Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine

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Prima Pub., 1991 - Naturopathy - 622 pages
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Two of the foremost experts on naturopathic medicine offer a powerful guide to natural healing. While traditional Western medicine is successful in treating critical-care situations, it is woefully inadequate in the areas of chronic illness and disease prevention. In contrast, natural medicine focuses on disease prevention and encouragement of the body's inherent healing abilities.

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User Review  - Amy - Goodreads

This is a perfect reference book. Its very thorough, simple, scientific, interesting and covers nearly every disease and every natural cure. Each dx such as PMS has a description of causes ... Read full review

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Contents

What is natural medicine?
3
PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH
15
Basic principles of health
17
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Michael T. Murray, N.D., a naturopathic doctor, is a faculty member and trustee of Bastyr University and has appeared as an expert on natural medicine on "Prime Time Live," "CBS Sunday Morning," and "Dateline." He is the co-author of several bestselling references. He lives and practices in Issaquah, Washington.

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