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China

Homeopathy
A homeopathic remedy from cinchona (Peruvian bark) used for fatigue due to decreased body fluids, breast feeding, GI complaints, mental outbursts, gallbladder disease, headaches, insomnia, muscle fatigue, spasms, poor concentration, seizures and vertigo.
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There was talk of all countries putting bounties on children to increase the birth rate, but it was laughed to scorn by the arithmeticians, who pointed out that China was too far in the lead in that direction.
But there was one scholar China failed to reckon on--Jacobus Laningdale.
China was the objective, that was all that was known.
As Peking was bombarded by glass tubes, so was all China.
Had there been one plague, China might have coped with it.
The vast armies China had collected on her frontiers melted away.
Marzavan journeyed from city to city and from one island and province to another, and wherever he went he heard people talk of the strange story of the Princess Badoura, as the Princess of China was named.
And, indeed, there was a good deal of resemblance between the features of Camaralzaman and those of the Princess of China.
These words caused the prince to open his eyes with languid curiosity, and Marzavan seized this moment to pay him his compliments, contriving at the same time to express the condition of the Princess of China in terms unintelligible, indeed, to the Sultan and his vizir, but which left the prince in no doubt that his visitor could give him some welcome information.
At length they reached the capital of China, where they spent three days in a suitable lodging to recover from their fatigues.
I am an astrologer and I come to restore health to the Princess Badoura, daughter of the high and mighty King of China, on the conditions laid down by His Majesty of marrying her should I succeed, or of losing my life if I fail.
In truth it was a talisman which the Queen of China had given her daughter, telling her it would ensure her happiness as long as she carried it about her.