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nounmass nounWest Indian, Australian
Traditional folk medicine, typically prepared from herbs and other plants.
- ‘Installation of the bush medicine garden enhances the natural environment already established.’
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- ‘We're going to regenerate this 40 acres and make it a bush trail and a bush medicine area.’
- ‘Many ordinary citizens use herbal teas and bush medicine for everyday ailments.’
- ‘In the back room of another clinic was kept a collection of bush medicine that was used regularly.’
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