Natural Remedies

Natural Remedies : A Manual

P Austin, A & C Thrash, MDs
ISBN: 1878726145
220g
171 pages

Natural Remedies is full of interesting, useful, and often hard-to-find information on preventing and treating various common complaints. The simple, nontechnical explanations and common-sense advice make it an instructive and highly useful book, attractive to a wide audience. The authors stress health maintenance and disease prevention, seeking to educate the reader in the basics of a healthy lifestyle, and the extensive references to medical literature add validity to their research. The simple self-care techniques encourage responsibility for one’s own health – responsibility that should not be delegated to others.

Natural Remedies is full of interesting, useful, and often hard-to-find information on preventing and treating various common complaints. The simple, nontechnical explanations and common-sense advice make it an instructive and highly useful book, attractive to a wide audience. The authors stress health maintenance and disease prevention, seeking to educate the reader in the basics of a healthy lifestyle, and the extensive references to medical literature add validity to their research. The simple self-care techniques encourage responsibility for one’s own health – responsibility that should not be delegated to others.

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Natural Remedies Encyclopedia

Vance Farrell
ISBN: NA
2488g
907 pages

Practical, low cost things you can do at home to take care of yourself and your loved ones. The best folk remedies of earlier generations are combined with modern medical and nutritional facts to provide an all in one complete encyclopedia which contains 11,000 natural drugless remedies, and covers over 730 diseases

Practical, low cost things you can do at home to take care of yourself and your loved ones. The best folk remedies of earlier generations are combined with modern medical and nutritional facts to provide an all in one complete encyclopedia which contains 11,000 natural drugless remedies, and covers over 730 diseases

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Natural Treatments For Hypertension

Agatha & Calvin Thrash, MD's
ISBN: 0942658132
300g
185 pages

Hypertension has been called “the most important public health problem in developed countries.” It is estimate that over 65,000,000 Americans suffer from high blood pressure to some degree. Hypertension is no respecter of age or sex. Unfortunately, medication may not be the answer. A physician must weigh potential side-effects against perceived benefits. How many of the new “wonder drugs” for time? Equally important, can most high blood pressure be controlled by isolating the causes and eliminating them, or at least, reducing their combined effects? Are there harmless natural therapies available? Doctors Agatha and Calvin Thrash answer these and other significant questions in this book.

Hypertension has been called “the most important public health problem in developed countries.” It is estimate that over 65,000,000 Americans suffer from high blood pressure to some degree. Hypertension is no respecter of age or sex. Unfortunately, medication may not be the answer. A physician must weigh potential side-effects against perceived benefits. How many of the new “wonder drugs” for time? Equally important, can most high blood pressure be controlled by isolating the causes and eliminating them, or at least, reducing their combined effects? Are there harmless natural therapies available? Doctors Agatha and Calvin Thrash answer these and other significant questions in this book.

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Place of Herbs in Rational Therapy

Ellen G White
ISBN: NA
32g
31 pages

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Uses of Water - J.H. Kellogg

J.H. Kellog, M.D.
ISBN: 1572580852.00
210g

The object of this work may be stated as follows: 1. To present a careful and candid account of the nature of water and its physiological effects. 2. To explain the effects of water when used as a remedy for disease and to demonstrate its value as a remedial agent. 3. To show that the employment of water in the treatment of disease has been practiced by the most eminent physicians of all ages and is not a modern discovery. 4. To expose those absurd and erroneous practices which have brought the use of water as a remedy into disrepute and have thus deterred scientific physicians from adopting it.

The object of this work may be stated as follows: 1. To present a careful and candid account of the nature of water and its physiological effects. 2. To explain the effects of water when used as a remedy for disease and to demonstrate its value as a remedial agent. 3. To show that the employment of water in the treatment of disease has been practiced by the most eminent physicians of all ages and is not a modern discovery. 4. To expose those absurd and erroneous practices which have brought the use of water as a remedy into disrepute and have thus deterred scientific physicians from adopting it.

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