Medicine bag

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a charm; - so called among the North American Indians, or in works relating to them.

See also: Medicine

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In her medicine bag there is cayenne pepper, pH strips, a magnifying glass and light to study her clients' irises and a notebook and pen.
The pouches are also available upon request, as is a tamper-evident locking medicine bag.
Miss Masters said: "He asked for a bag and she gave him a medicine bag and she apologised and said she didn't have any money.
The medicine bag pebbles included black obsidian for "grounding and protection", carnelian for "support for female issues", lapis lazuli for "the speaking of one's truth" and clear quartz for "connection with your higher self, intuition and spirit guides" ($85).
I travel with a massive medicine bag filled with stuff for almost any ailment.
She remained calm for a while, but when one the the nuns destroyed her medicine bag she became enraged, then resorted to drinking holy water to prevent her heart from turning to ice.
With her companions Kyle and Lukas, plus her faithful Marky Medicine Bag plus personal surgical instrument friends, Dr.
Which brings me back to that medicine bag in the Six Nations Museum and the story Ray's son John told me: One day, John said, things were quiet here at the museum, no visitors, and his dad kept glancing up at that medicine bag.
SPIRIT RECOVERY MEDICINE BAG: A TRANSFORMATIONAL GUIDE FOR LIVING HAPPY, JOYOUS, AND FREE is all about self-help and growth, and is for any who feel limited by behavior and beliefs in life.
The campaign introduces the idea of a green medicine bag as a key way of doing this - although any bag or container would do as long as medicines are kept together in one easy place.
The agents found some clothing, a medicine bag and some food and two English dictionaries, which contained a transparent plastic bag cunningly concealed in the middle pages of the books.