Northern born and raised, Confederate Brigadier General Johnson Kelly Duncan died December 18th1862 from malaria fever.

Northern born and raised, Confederate Brigadier General Johnson Kelly Duncan died December 18th1862 from malaria fever.

Thomas Welsh. (1824-63). Pennsylvania. Died of malarial fever

Thomas Welsh. (1824-63). Pennsylvania. Died of malarial fever

Old phospho-quinine medical bottle.  For "la grippe", colds, headaches, fever and "all malarial troubles". Still filled and still has its original cotton wadding.  (from my personal collection)

Old phospho-quinine medical bottle. For "la grippe", colds, headaches, fever and "all malarial troubles". Still filled and still has its original cotton wadding. (from my personal collection)

Malarial fever, resisted cases of malaria ,body ache and intermittent fever.

Malarial fever, resisted cases of malaria ,body ache and intermittent fever.

Willie Lincoln, Abe's third son.... was known to be his favorite because he had the same temperament as his father.           At age 11, in 1862, he died from typhoid fever.       Having lost a second son, Mary started her downward spiral into Crazytown.

Willie Lincoln, Abe's third son.... was known to be his favorite because he had the same temperament as his father. At age 11, in 1862, he died from typhoid fever. Having lost a second son, Mary started her downward spiral into Crazytown.

#dyk The name for the Fever tree, comes from its tendency to grow in swampy areas. Early European settlers in the region noted that malarial fever was contracted in areas with these trees. It is now understood that malarial fever is spread by mosquitos living in the swampy areas that often support this tree species, and not by the tree species itself.

#dyk The name for the Fever tree, comes from its tendency to grow in swampy areas. Early European settlers in the region noted that malarial fever was contracted in areas with these trees. It is now understood that malarial fever is spread by mosquitos living in the swampy areas that often support this tree species, and not by the tree species itself.

Qmal Veda Syrup - Effective Anti malarial Ayurvedic Medicine Acute & Chronic fever and malaria including plasmodium vivax and plasmodium falciparum

Qmal Veda Syrup - Effective Anti malarial Ayurvedic Medicine Acute & Chronic fever and malaria including plasmodium vivax and plasmodium falciparum

Diaphoretic, stimulant, chronic leg sores, dermatosis, as an anthelminthic for roundworms, and for appeasing affections of the nerves, malarial fever, itch, headaches and vertigo, cleanse stinking wounds from fly larvae, remove mucus, stomachic, treat colic of children, wounds, sores; especially the eyes and nose, chronic skin diseases; psoriasis and scabies, mild fevers, colds, rheumatism and snake bites, as a decoction against roundworm, mainly for children, etc #DriedHerbs #HerbalRemedies

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Diaphoretic, stimulant, chronic leg sores, dermatosis, as an anthelminthic for roundworms, and for appeasing affections of the nerves, malarial fever, itch, headaches and vertigo, cleanse stinking wounds from fly larvae, remove mucus, stomachic, treat colic of children, wounds, sores; especially the eyes and nose, chronic skin diseases; psoriasis and scabies, mild fevers, colds, rheumatism and snake bites, as a decoction against roundworm, mainly for children, etc #DriedHerbs #HerbalRemedies

Battle of Buna-Gona - The battle was conducted during the tropical wet season. Rain turned the tracks to mud. Australian, American and Japanese forces had entered one of the most malarial regions in the world. While malaria was the greatest disease threat, other tropical diseases such as dengue fever, scrub typhus, tropical ulcers, dysentery from a range of causes and fungal infections were also common. The impact and susceptibility to disease was exacerbated by poor and insufficient diet…

Battle of Buna-Gona - The battle was conducted during the tropical wet season. Rain turned the tracks to mud. Australian, American and Japanese forces had entered one of the most malarial regions in the world. While malaria was the greatest disease threat, other tropical diseases such as dengue fever, scrub typhus, tropical ulcers, dysentery from a range of causes and fungal infections were also common. The impact and susceptibility to disease was exacerbated by poor and insufficient diet…

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