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April 07, 2014 
Sara Palma, 54, cracks open an egg she used during a shaman ritual on her daughter Pamela Guerrero, 22,... 
IBARRA, Ecuador 
Palma cracks open an egg she used during a shaman ritual on her daughter Guerrero, to relieve her of... 
Sara Palma, 54, cracks open an egg she used during a shaman ritual on her daughter Pamela Guerrero, 22, to relieve her of a stomach-ache and a headache at their home in Ibarra, April 5, 2014. According to Palma, the colour of the yolk would turn grey if the illness is severe. Many lower middle class Ecuadorean families continue the traditional practice of Shamanism, which stems from indigenous cultural beliefs, as a form of alternative medical treatment. Picture taken April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
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