I India “said,” I do as did my parents. In tribes husay allocated to people according to age and each group had several responsibilities in the family, nation and valleys. At the age of 9 stood out for kids, girls, and, while the kids learned to fish and hunt, the girls learned which plants you can eat, which can be used as medicine, and with which to knit. Women under the care of children, cooked, wove baskets and dried fruit hunting food for the winter. Many women in the tribe were trained to be doctors, studied for many years as disease diagnosis, and how to make prepared from plants for their elimination.