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Chaga

 

a fungus of the family Polyporaceae that develops as a growth on the trunks of trees, mainly birch. Befungin, an extract of chaga, is used for the treatment of certain gastrointestinal diseases and is administered as a tonic. It sometimes alleviates the condition of patients with malignant tumors.

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Ao interpreta-la como uma chaga, o implicito subentendido e que o enunciador tambem evoca seu sentido de dano a cidade, em seus aspectos abstratos ou concretos.
We can imagine a hypothetical neoliberal economist who might look at life in the Chaga country, see market inefficiencies and design a structural adjustment plan ('No more subsidies for marketplace purification
Scientists at Siberia's Vector research institute said that the Chaga mushroom could not only hold strong medicinal purposes, but fight against viruses like HIV, smallpox, and even influenza, the New York Daily News reported.
O ressentido encarna a chaga de tal modo que seu alimento e o proprio pus que sai da sua ferida.
Uma historia para contar: a pesquisa na Fundacao Carlos Chagas.
A par disso, o desemprego acentua a diferenciacao social, alargando a chaga da exclusao de pessoas e grupos sociais, que tanto conspira contra a Democracia.
Although in the structure of the immune structures there have numerous parallelisms, perhaps in each class of vertebrates complication of this organization could be reached independently (Gorishina and Chaga, 1990).
SAYAN HEALTH IS LAUNCHING A CALORIE-FREE VERSION OF ITS HEALTH DRINK, which company officials say provides healthful benefits that can be derived from drinking Sayan Chaga.
o rapaz indolente possuia uma destreza invulgar para aplicar um emplastro ou enrolar uma bandagem; nenhuma chaga ou ferida, nenhum abscesso o assustavam ou nauseavam".
Cuando Dios da la llaga, da la Da Deus a chaga e da a mezinha.
The African population consists of more than 120 ethnic groups, of which the Sukuma, Haya, Nyakyusa, Nyamwezi, and Chaga have more than 1 million members each.
Then he placed himself in the capable hands of his guide, Evans, a member of the mountaineering Chaga tribe, who picked him up the 10 or so times he fell on the way back down.