Brooke Huntley, Week 1, Origin of the modern

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Origin of the modern-day pharmacy Brooke Huntley hcp/210 05/22/2011 Victoria Mcghee
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Native American's have very intriguing ways to fix the people who become sick. Some ways are spiritually done and is a part of their heritage. "Native-American medicine considers spirit, whose life-force manifestation in humans is called ni by the Lakota and nilch'i by the Navajo, an inseparable element of healing. Not only is the patients spirit important but the spirit of the healer, the patient's family, community, and environment, and medicine, itself."( Johnston. L Ph.D 2004) Native American's have not always been able to practice their spiritual dynamics because of a ban stopping them from practicing it. "Native-American spirituality was banned until the 1978 passage of the American Indian Religious Freedom Act. Because of the ban, much of the Native-American healing was driven underground or to extinction."(Johnston, L Ph.D 2004) Native American's healed the sick with the spirit and connection. Not much of an
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2011 for the course HCP 210 210 taught by Professor N/a during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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