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    August 02, 2021
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    "The Indian Pedro de Leyva advanced slowly and stumbling, and fell dying on the shore of a pond in the middle of the Peruvian Andes. And according to legend he suffered from malaria. Soaked in sweat, he approached the water, pushed aside the leaves and branches who had fallen into the pool and took a few bitter sips. And then the fever subsided. The patient had been saved by the miraculous mixture of water with the bark of that unusual tree that grew around the pond ... "

    And this tree was none other than the quina tree.

    Ricardo Palma

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