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Research Article

Honey-Based Mixtures Used in Home Medicine by Nonindigenous Population of Misiones, Argentina

Table 2

Numbers of affections according to body systems and forms of preparations.

Body systemno. affectionsForms of preparation

Respiratory11A (37; 27), B (18; 27), C (23; 23), D (7; 2), E (5; 6), F (10; 2), G (2; 0), H (0; 1), BD (0; 1), BE (4; 2), BG (5; 0), BH (2; 3); CE (0; 2); CH (1; 7)
Skin5A (1; 8), B (9; 12)
Humoral medicine5A (1; 0), B (4; 0), G (1; 0), BH (0; 1)
Digestive4A (6; 4), B (5; 0), E (0; 1)
Ophthalmic1A (5; 4)
Musculoskeletal1A (0; 4)
Psychological1A (1; 2), B (2; 1)
Circulatory1A (1; 0), B (1; 0)
General1A (1; 1), B (2; 1)

In parentheses no. reports (Poles; Criollos).
A (pure honey), B (honey, one plant species), C (honey, at least two plant species), D (honey, animal fat), E (honey, vegetable oil), F (honey, milk), G (honey, alcoholic beverage), H (honey, a pharmaceutical), BD (honey, a plant species, animal fat), BE (honey, a plant species, vegetable oil), BG (honey, a plant species, alcoholic beverage), BH (honey, a plant species, a pharmaceutical), CE (honey, at least two plant species, vegetable oil), and CH (honey, at least two plant species, a pharmaceutical).

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