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Chlorosis (medicine)
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Chlorosis: Iron deficiency anemia.
Cholecystitus: Inflammation of the gall bladder.
Cholelithiasis: Gall stones.

Chlorosis: iron deficiency anemia
Cholera: An acute, infectious disease characterized by profuse diarrhea, vomiting, and cramps. Cholera is spread by feces-contaminated water and food. Major epidemics struck the United States in the years 1832, 1849, and 1866. .

CHLOROSIS (Green Sickness, type of anemia) (J.H. Kellogg, M.D., Formulas)
Chlorosis is a form of anemia in adolescent girls, generally due to faulty diet during puberty. It is also called "green sickness." ...

A form of anemia observed mostly in pubescent girls in whom menstruation has not become regularly established, and occasionally in boys at about the period of puberty.

Symptoms: Chlorosis of affected tissues is the common symptom. A light frost may only affect new tissue, resulting in a banding or striping on the leaves or spikes. A severe frost will kill affected tissue, which takes on a bleached white appearance (107).

~ - Iron deficiency anemia; condition of pale or greenish skin, weakness, & dyspepsia.
Cholecystitis - Inflammation of the gall bladder.
Cholelithiasis - Stones of the gall bladder.

See also chlorosis.
Aneurysm: a ballooning of an artery caused by a weakened artery wall.
Anascara: generalised dropsy. See dropsy.
Angina: means choking, angina pectoris is a pain in the chest caused by narrowing of the coronary arteries.
Aphonia: laryngitis ...

Also recommended for anemia, chlorosis, and insomnia. Used externally, alcoholic extracts are helpful for bruises, rheumatism stab wounds, and tumors Motherwort Cardiac tonic, been shown to be hypotensive, sedative, and antispasmodic.

See also: See also: What is the meaning of Deficiency, Cancer, Abdomen, Sore, Stomach?

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