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Cresenciana Rodríguez Nieves, a 43-year-old doctor, displaying a spread of what she refers to as "Méxica" medicine, or various native plants, animals and insects used for medicinal purposes. She does not like the term "traditional" medicine for its certain pejorative connotations, but rather points to the heritage of her trade, which extends to a time before Europeans invaded her land. Puebla, Mexico. (Man Eating Bugs page 120)

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Cresenciana Rodríguez Nieves, a 43-year-old doctor, displaying a spread of what she refers to as "Méxica" medicine, or various native plants, animals and insects used for medicinal purposes. She does not like the term "traditional" medicine for its certain pejorative connotations, but rather points to the heritage of her trade, which extends to a time before Europeans invaded her land. Puebla, Mexico. (Man Eating Bugs page 120)