Western medicine and cannibalism

05/8/2012 | SmithsonianMag.com

Medieval-era doctors in Europe prescribed concoctions derived from human body parts to treat a range of maladies, experts say. Skull powder, blood marmalade and even ground-up mummies were all prescribed by "corpse medicine" practitioners, with some cannibalistic remedies remaining available into the 20th century.

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