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muti

(ˈmʊtɪ)
n
(Complementary Medicine) informal South African medicine, esp herbal medicine
[from Zulu umuthi tree, medicine]

Muti

(ˈmʊtɪ)
n
(Biography) Riccardo (rɪˈkɑːdəʊ). born 1941, Italian conductor: musical director of Philharmonia Orchestra, London (1979–82), Philadelphia Orchestra (1980–92), and La Scala, Milan (1986–2005)
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None of them have ever had malaria since taking "Madam's muthi," and they also give it to their families back home.
Aagha Ali and Resham isn't exactly a pairing we would've imagined but it seems like the audience is liking the duo in their latest drama, Muthi Bhar Chahat currently airing on Express TV.
The girls meet two boys their age, Muthi and Aral, who are also living on the streets.
Lodhi Shaheed having lost his life on September 6 (1965) in an area between Devipur and Rakh Muthi in former East Pakistan was also among the soldiers of the country awarded with Tamgha e Jurrat for his valiant performance during the tough battle aimed to protect the borders of Pakistan.
The psychiatric morbidity was more among Kashmiri migrants (33.66%), who were staying in Muthi camp at Jammu, compared with non-migrants (26%) (Banal et al, 2010).
Villages like Pansar, Manyari ,Rathua, Bobiya, Muthi Charu and Londi were badly affected due to firing.
His famous short stories included 'Band Muthi Main Jugnoo','Maas aur Mitti' 'Khala Andar Khala','Waqt Samunder' 'Wagda Panni (Punjabi Shah Mukhi and Gur Mukhi)' 'Darakhat Aadmi' 'Door Ki Awaaz' 'Tamaasha' 'Kwawab Saraay' 'Ik Kankar Thairey Paani Mein'.
The unique botanicals are sourced from the Faraday Muthi market that been used in traditional healing for centuries.
In South Africa, Encephalartos species and Stangeria eriopus (respectively referred to as isiGqiki-somkovu or isiDwaba-somkovu, and imFingo in Zulu) form part of an extensive trade in indigenous plants for traditional medicine (muthi), which was valued at USD 412 million/year in 2007 (Mander et al., 2007).
elephantina is sold as herbal medicine in the herbal medicine (muthi) markets in Botswana and Zimbabwe [7], the Eastern Cape province of South Africa [8, 9], Gauteng province [10], Limpopo province [11], and the Northern Cape province [12].
Witch doctors are feared to be targeting the farmed animals for use in muthi, a traditional Zulu practice using their body parts for medicines.