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This  yerberia or botica in Amarillo is named for San Judas Tadeo. These shops stock herbs, perfumes, oils, candles and much of the other paraphernalia used by both housewives and folk healersand a good herbalist will know hundreds of different treatments from a great many different herb combinations. (san-judas-tadeo.jpg)

This  yerberia or botica in Amarillo is named for San Judas Tadeo. These shops stock herbs, perfumes, oils, candles and much of the other paraphernalia used by both housewives and folk healersand a good herbalist will know hundreds of different treatments from a great many different herb combinations. (san-judas-tadeo.jpg)

© John G. Gladstein, 2010

Source article: Mexico's alternative medicine in Amarillo, Texas
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