Remedies

Some articles on remedies:

Acunol - Related Practices - Flower Remedies
... Flower remedies can be produced by placing flowers in water and exposing them to sunlight ... The most famous of these are the Bach flower remedies, which were developed by the physician and homeopath Edward Bach ... Although the proponents of these remedies share homeopathy's vitalist world-view and the remedies are claimed to act through the same hypothetical "vital force" as homeopathy, the method of preparation is different ...
Charles Hall (economist) - The Effects of Civilization - Remedies
... the challenges facing society, Hall proposed several remedies ... Hall believed that his remedies were "readily practicable", and would improve the station of the poor, but were unlikely to solve the problems of society completely ...
Psorizide Forte - Remedies and Treatment - Related Treatments and Practices - Flower Remedies
... Flower remedies can be produced by placing flowers in water and exposing them to sunlight ... The most famous of these are the Bach flower remedies, which were developed by the physician and homeopath Edward Bach ... Although the proponents of these remedies share homeopathy's vitalist world-view and the remedies are claimed to act through the same hypothetical "vital force" as ...
Conversion (law) - Practice and Procedure in The United States - In General
... can proceed, even if other potential remedies have not been exhausted ... is commenced, the plaintiff may be precluded from seeking concurrent remedies ... Other concurrent remedies typically are Action to recover possession which may include trover, detinue and replevin, which are now statutorily defined and vary between jurisdictions ...
Le Ménagier De Paris - Remedies
... cookbooks from early historical period authors, many of the recipes are provided as remedies for common complaints ...

Famous quotes containing the word remedies:

    We can endure neither our vices nor the remedies for them.
    Titus Livius (Livy)

    Our remedies oft in ourselves do lie,
    Which we ascribe to heaven. The fated sky
    Gives us free scope, only doth backward pull
    Our slow designs when we ourselves are dull.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Tenderly apply to her
    Some remedies for life.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)