The doctors book of home remedies for airborne allergies: 100 new cures for symptoms from pollen, pets, dust, and mold
Mary S. Kittel
Rodale, Oct 19, 2000 - Family & Relationships - 134 pages
This pocket-sized guide contains all-new information from more than 50 highly credentialed experts on airborne allergies. Through nutrition, exercise, meditation, and lifestyle changes, this handbook takes the holistic perspective of building a strong immune system to stay as symptom free as possible.
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