In Vitro Characterization of a Nineteenth-Century Therapy for Smallpox | Virology News | Scoop.it
In the nineteenth century, smallpox ravaged through the United States and Canada. At this time, a botanical preparation, derived from the carnivorous plant Sarracenia purpurea, was proclaimed as being a successful therapy for smallpox infections.

 

Botanicals: the (partially) unexplored country.  Sometimes folk wisdom has pharmaceutical potential.


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