An Introduction to Natural Health
The use of natural remedies is increasing as the general public becomes more aware of the benefits found in the field of natural health. In her informative reference, An Introduction to Natural Health, Tenney deals with the relationship between natural approaches to health and modern medical practices. She provides an introduction to herbal remedies, acupuncture, chiropractic, homeopathy, reflexology, diet and nutrition.
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Traditional Medicine A Brief Introduction
Diet and Nutrition
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