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Bach Flower Remedies
Dr. Edward Bach is the founder of the system of Bach Flower Remedies. Between the year 1930 and 1936 he found, perfected and put into use a system of medicine as simple as it has proved effective. In this system of Dr. Bach, there are only 38 remedies. There is no potency problem in the use of these flower remedies.
The presence of bacteria in the blood.
Single-celled microorganisms with one of three basic shapes: rod-like (bacilli), spherical (cocci) and spiral (spirilla). Bacteria are commonly thought of as disease-causing agents. But many bacteria are beneficial and don't cause disease.
The presence of bacteria in the urine
A swelling of the knee caused by an escape of fluid from a sac behind the knee.
Quick, jerking movements that occur in people with chorea.
A chalky substance used in x-ray studies of the digestive tract to highlight abnormalities.
Injury caused by pressure differences between the atmosphere and the air-filled spaces in the body. The most common of these injuries are the ear and sinus blocks that can occur during air travel.
A cyst caused by an infection of the glands on the vaginal wall.
BCG (bacille Calmette-Gu?rin) vaccine
A vaccine that offers some protection against tuberculosis. It's now rarely used in the U.S. because it doesn't give total protection.