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Medicine During Shakespeare
Romeo and Juliet both killed themselves with poison, although it was not
synthetic drugs. The poison had to be as powerful, some scholars believe that it was
hemlock that sealed the fate of the two start crossed love, other are skeptical, but
we will probably never know.
The methods and medicines used in Renaissance and Medieval times were
very primitive compared to today's standards. medical concepts were magical and
demoniacal. With no anesthetics, no knowledge of how the human body and it's
functions people many times would do anything they thought would help, no…
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