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I would like to know what is the meaning of "Antidote(Arrow)" in English and what is the correct translation in Spanish?
I saw this term in a list of ethnobotanic uses.
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Meaning of Antidote(Arrow)
Arrow poisons are used to poison arrow heads or darts for the purposes of hunting, warfare or murder. They have been used by indigenous peoples worldwide and are still in use in areas of South America, Africa and Asia. Notable examples are the poisons secreted from the skin of the poison dart frog, and curare (or 'ampi'), a general term for a range of plant-derived arrow poisons used by the indigenous peoples of South America. - See link


Antidote(Arrow) in Spanish is Veneno de flecha
Los venenos de flecha se utilizan para envenenar cabezas de flecha o de dardos a los efectos de la caza, la guerra o el asesinato. Han sido utilizados por los pueblos indígenas en todo el mundo y todavía están en uso en zonas de América del Sur, África y Asia. Algunos ejemplos notables son los venenos secretados de la piel de la rana punta de dardo o rana venonosa, y curare (o 'AMPI'), un término general para una serie de venenos de flecha derivados de plantas utilizadas por los pueblos indígenas de América del Sur. - See link


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