- Verb, 1. barbarise - become crude or savage or barbaric in behavior or language.
- NATUROCOKSINUM (FLU BUSTER)
- ACTIVE INGREDIENTS HPUS: Anas barbariae, Hepatis Et. Cordis Extractum 200C. Single-dose tube of 1 g.
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- used in France as prophylaxis and therapy to patients suffer-ing from inﬂuenza- like syndromes.
- Is homoeopathy a placebo?
- receive placebo or anas barbariae hepatis plus cordis extractum C200 for 3 days. In both groups, additional orthodox drugs were al- lowed.
- Natural Standard Oscillococcinum® Review Published
- Oscillococcinum® (Anas barbariae hepatis et cordis extractum 200CK HPUS) is a patented homeopathic preparation manufactured by a French-based company (Boiron Laboratories), marketed and widely used for the treatment and prevention of flu symptoms.
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- “Registration is open for everything but hockey and T-ball,” said Jimmy Barbarise, the league director for Pasco County. The hockey clinic and T-ball signups will open up later in the year. Dates haven't been set yet.
- Omeopatia e Oscillococcinum: i conti non tornano, i marchesi chissà...
- La scelta però ricade sull'Anatra muschiata (Cairina moschata), anche se impropriamente la chiama Anas Barbariae, in quanto a suo avviso ricca di Oscillococchi. Nel 1925 nasce così l'Oscillococcinum (1).
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- ce qui a fait exercer une pression sur les fruits saisonniers du pays (pastèque, melon, raisin, figue, figue de barbarise) qui ont connu une flambée de leurs prix.
- Oscillococcinum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Active ingredient: Anas Barbariae Hepatis et Cordis Extractum (extract of Muscovy Duck liver and heart) 200CK HPUS 1×10−400 g; Inactive ingredient: 0.
- Anas Barbariae Hepatis Et Cordis Extractum Information from Drugs
- Anas Barbariae Hepatis Et Cordis Extractum information from Drugs.
- barbaria - Latin Word Study Tool
- Lewis) (search). barbariae, noun sg fem gen. barbariae, noun sg fem dat.
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