pay-loo-ah

pay-loo-ah (pā-lōō-ä),

n a traditional preparation originating from Laos that is used to relieve fever and rash in children. There have been reports of lead and arsenic poisoning from using pay-loo-ah.
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These include: pay-loo-ah (fever and rash treatment); azarcon (also called Maria Luisa, Liga, Alarzon, Greta, Coral and Rueda); Asian folk remedies, including Ghasard, Bali Goli and Kandu; and Middle Eastern folk remedies, including farouk and bint al zahab.
Has been given home remedies such as Azarcon, Alarcon, Greta, Rueda, Pay-loo-ah or Kohl.
Alone and in combination with prescribed drugs, a wide variety of dietary supplements--including azarcon, greta, pay-loo-ah, chaparral, jin bu huan, ephedrine, and many others--have been linked to severe illness, exacerbation of disease, liver damage, and even death, said Dr.
Remedies or cosmetics such as Azarcon, Greta, Pay-loo-ah, and Alkohl or Kohl often contain a lot of lead and can make children very sick.
Child is given home remedies such as Azarcon, Alarcon, Greta, Rueda, Pay-loo-ah or Kohl.
Take home remedies or are exposed to cosmetics such as Azarcon, Alarcon, Rueda, Pay-loo-ah or kohl