Rainforest Home Remedies: The Maya Way To Heal Your Body and Replenish Your Soul

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Harper Collins, Jan 9, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 240 pages
Rainforest Healing from Your Home and Garden
  • Find alternatives to chemical anti-depressants and painkillers in your spice rack.
  • Learn about natural anti-itch salves for insect bites.
  • Soothe and relieve envy, grief, sadness, and fear the Maya way.
  • Rid your house of negative energy with a Maya cleansing ritual.
  • Try the easy-to-make bronchitis remedy.
 

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Contents

General Ailments of Adults
44
Physical Ailments of Women
90
Physical Ailments of Men
109
PART III
129
PART IV
151
PART V
158
Nine Pointers for Healthy Living
191
Acknowledgments
197
Latin Names of Plants
203
Bibliography
213
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Rosita Arvigo was born in Chicago and trained in the United States as a doctor of naprapathy. In addition to her natural healing practice in Belize, Arvigo is the founder of Belize's six-thousand-acre Terra Nova Medicinal Plant Reserve, the founder of Ix Chel Tropical Research Foundation, the cofounder of Rainforest Remedies, and the creator of the Panti Mayan Medicine Trail, a popular and educational tribute to Don Elijio

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