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HALL OF FAMEon July 9, 2004
This helpful book explores the other option: safe, easy to use, inexpensive and effective natural medicines. It explains how homeopathy, herbs, diet, essential oils, flower essences, nutritional supplements, reflexology and gem therapy can provide wonderful healing benefits without the risk of serious side effects.
The top ten first aid natural remedies include Arnica, Rescue Remedy, Echinacea, a herbal healing salve, Lavender essential oil, Tea Tree essential oil, Peppermint oil and balm, Aloe Vera, Activated Charcoal and homeopathic Belladonna. Other valuable natural remedies are Cayenne, Ginger, Eucalyptus oil and St John's Wort tincture.
The main body of the book lists 102 common conditions, from abscesses, acne and allergies to viral infections and warts, and how to deal with them. The next section takes an in-depth look at the various therapies: essential oils, flower essences, food therapy, herbal medicines, homeopathy, nutritional supplements, reflexology and stone/crystal therapy.
The Endnotes section includes extensive bibliographic references under the aforementioned conditions from A to Z. This valuable reference work concludes with an index.
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on December 8, 2001
Consumer seeking a solid home health guide to natural remedies will find here a virtual 'bible' of information from how to treat burns and cramps to handling a toothache or nail problems. Each condition outlines several alternative treatment choices, from oils and flower essences to food therapy, herbal medicine and nutritional substitutes.
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on August 8, 2007
Good succint articles and easy to search index make the book useful. Specific recommendations for remedies make shopping for product easier - if only the essential oils were more readily available! Well written without heavy philosophical statements.
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on December 19, 2011
This book is somewhat helpful. I'm not into ess. oils so that part does not help me. Alot of information that I didn't know, what to eat and do to for treatment. Fast Shipping.
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on September 21, 2015
One of the best references I have ever purchased.
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on January 14, 2016
Very informative ......highly recommend
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