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131) was considered a cure-all in medieval times. 34 Modern Practitioners The pattern of herbal medicine across Europe today is remarkably varied, but a common thread runs through the different traditions and practices. Most European herbalists use orthodox methods of diagnosis, looking for signs of infection and inflammation, for example. However, most also try to establish a broad, holistic picture, placing the illness in the context of the patient’s life as a whole. Herbalists then choose plant medicines and recommend suitable Healers in medieval Europe frequently sought to restore physical imbalance with bloodletting, purges, and preparations that caused vomiting.
And Britain. In Britain, for example, from 1941 until 1968 it was illegal to practice herbal medicine without medical qualifications. The Tide Turns Although there were spectacular successes with modern chemical medicines, there were also horrific disasters, most notably the thalidomide tragedy in 1962 in Britain and Germany, when 3,000 deformed babies were born to mothers who had taken the drug for morning sickness during pregnancy. This event marked a turning point in the An electron micrograph of the parasite public’s opinion of Plasmodium.
However, many might be surprised to discover that, for much of the last century, herbal medicines have been the primary form of treatment, even in Western countries. Even as late as the 1930s, around 90 percent of medicines prescribed by doctors or sold over the counter were herbal in origin. It is only during the last 70 years that laboratoryproduced medicines have become the norm. During the First World War (1914–1918), for example, garlic (Allium sativum, p. ) were used by the ton in the battle trenches to dress wounds and to treat infections.