Dear Historians of Emotions,
A new free paper is now available to download, titled Plant Series, No. 8. MS408, Paris quadrifolia. The paper reveals some remarkable historic information about the use of the plant's toxins for treating conditions, diseases and infections. The plant also had religious significance due to its physical appearance, so it was believed to possess godly powers. These papers provide a good deal of information about human emotional interaction with medicine during the Medieval, when belief played a pivotal role.
The download link is here: https://ling.auf.net/lingbuzz/005139
Dr. Gerard Cheshire.
University of Bristol.