Got the evil eye? Maybe a ‘curanderismo’ can help

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Got the evil eye? Maybe a ‘curanderismo’ can help

New Mexico museum features exhibit of Mexican healers
A curandera, or traditional Mexican folk healer, prays during a ceremony at the University of New Mexico during a workshop on curanderismo.
Participants of a University of New Mexico workshop on curanderismo, or traditional Mexican folk healing, burn copal during a ceremony on campus.
Rita Navarette Perez, a curandera, or traditional Mexican folk healer, prepares healing herbs at the University of New Mexico during a workshop on curanderismo.

Got the evil eye? Maybe a ‘curanderismo’ can help

A curandera, or traditional Mexican folk healer, prays during a ceremony at the University of New Mexico during a workshop on curanderismo.
Participants of a University of New Mexico workshop on curanderismo, or traditional Mexican folk healing, burn copal during a ceremony on campus.
Rita Navarette Perez, a curandera, or traditional Mexican folk healer, prepares healing herbs at the University of New Mexico during a workshop on curanderismo.
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