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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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.
Alone and in combination with prescribed drugs, many dietary supplements--including azarcon, greta, pay-loo-ah, chaparral, ephedrine--have been tied to severe illness, exacerbation of the disease, liver damage, and even death, said Dr.
Folk remedies and cosmetics from East Indian, Pakistani, Chinese, and Latin American cultures that have contained lead include alarcon, alkohl, azarcon, bali goli, coral, gliasard, greta, kohl, liga, pay-loo-ah, rueda, and surma (4).
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