Naturopathic Treatment of Colds and Infectious Diseases

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Thieme, Nov 18, 1996 - Medical - 83 pages

Erich Rauch, MD, director of a large and successful health spa in Austria for many years and author of many widely-read books, offers practical advice from his long experience as a physician specializing in natural therapies. With his detoxifying, eliminating, and resistance-strengthening measures such as the Quick Treatment Series and other naturopathic procedures, most colds, flus and other infectious diseases can be overcome in a short time without complications. Properly applied, they prove superior to many modern medical drugs and do not generate a vicious cycle of undesired side-effects. His treatment suggestions are also low-cost, including hydrotherapy, fasting, herbal teas and homeopathic remedies.

 

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Proven natural therapies
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Inhalations
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General treatment guidelines
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Former president and honorary chairman, International Soceity of Mayr Physicians, Lans, Austria

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