Tales from the medicine trail: tracking down the health secrets of shamans, herbalists, mystics, yogis, and other healers

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Rodale, Jul 4, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 292 pages
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"Tales from the Medicine Trail" offers readers an adventure into the healing practices of ancient and modern cultures. This is blended with actionable health remedies, such as teas for tension, meditations for migraines, and poultices for pain. 32 color photos.

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User Review  - Ravenari - LibraryThing

Kilham has a wonderful narrative voice, as he travels throughout the Amazon indigenous peoples, searching for herbal medicine cures - and being invited into many shamanic rituals along the way. From ... Read full review

Review: Tales from the Medicine Trail: Tracking down the Health Secrets of Shamans, Herbalists, Mystics, Yogis, and Other Healers / Chris Kilham.

User Review  - David Richardson - Goodreads

Great book for anyone interested in herbal/traditional medecine. It has some great travel stories too. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Spirits of the River
13
Medicine of the Gods
103
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Chris Kilham, vice chairman of the Organic Food Alliance and former vice president of marketing for Bread & Circus Wholefood Supermarkets, is the author of "The Five Tibetans "and "Kava: Medicine Hunting in Paradise," He lives in Massachusetts.

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