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The El Paraiso archaeological site, where a temple believed to be about 5,000 years old has been in 2013 discovered is in which among the following countries?

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    GELSEMIUM

    Gelsemium sempervirens
    Carolina jasmine, yellow jasmine, false jasmine.

    Key Uses:
  • Acute influenza and sore throat
  • Hay fever
  • Paralysis, linked with phobias, exam nerves, stage fright, and other anticipatory terrors

    Origin : Native to the southern US and Central America, and now grown worldwide.

    Background : Carolina jasmine came into regular use from the middle of the 19th century, chiefly as a treatment for nervous disorders such as sciatica and neuralgia.

    Preparation : The fresh bark of the root is finely chopped and macerated in alcohol.

    Remedy Profile : People for whom Gelsemium is most suited fear losing control. They dislike being disturbed, especially while feverish, when they feel dull, drowsy, and dizzy, but want to be held. Their faces are flushed dark red, with a dull, besotted expression.
    A general state of mental and physical paralysis, with weakness and an inability to perform, are key symptoms linked to this remedy. At times the remedy has been given to strengthen courage on the battlefield, and it is often used for phobias, exam nerves, stage fright, and other anticipatory terrors, which cause trembling, weakness, diarrhea, and frequent urination. In the long term, these symptoms may lead to more complicated, serious neurological disorders and possibly even paralysis, which the remedy may help.
    Gelsemium is also used to treat acute influenza or sore throats, with weakness, limp limbs, chills, fever, headaches with double vision, and heavy, drooping eyelids. There may be a lack of thirst, even during fever. In addition, the remedy can be given for hay fever if accompanied by these symptoms.

    Symptoms Better : For profuse urination; for sweating; for shaking; for alcoholic drinks.

    Symptoms Worse : In humid weather, especially during spring; for extreme emotions; for dread or ordeals; for surprises or shocks.


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