Oddball Ointments, Powerful Potions, & Fabulous Folk Remedies That'll Cure Almost Anything that Ails Ya!: 1,253 Remedies

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American Master Products/Jerry Baker, Apr 1, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 470 pages
Recipes for homemade tonics, salves, and poultices that can prevent, heal, and cure common health ailments are featured in this reference to folk medicines. Products in the kitchen cabinet, refrigerator, medicine chest, and garden can replace or supplement many expensive medicines through the innovative formulas detailed. Easing arthritis with a hot pepper cream, relieving back pain with a hot tea toddy, and lowering cholesterol with a dash of lemon juice are examples of the benefits of using these home remedies.

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Jean Karen Thomas has written more than 30 books about health.

Jerry Baker is the author of more than 50 books, including "Jerry Baker's Backyard Bird Feeding Bonanza," "Jerry Baker's Flower Garden Problem Solver," and "Jerry Baker's Great Green Book of Garden Secrets," and his gardening specials have been widely televised on PBS. He lives in New Hudson, Michigan.

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