Family Guide to Natural Medicine: How to Stay Healthy the Natural Way

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Reader's Digest Association, 1993 - Health & Fitness - 416 pages
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Can simple exercises cure nearsightedness? Does hypnotism help people stop smoking? Will acupuncture cure insomnia? This comprehensive, balanced exploration of natural and alternative therapies answers these questions and more. 350 illustrations; charts and how to features.

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Family guide to natural medicine: how to stay healthy the natural way

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Here's one book on alternative medicine that could be read cover to cover. In fact, that's the best way to use it. Seven topically arranged chapters give a balanced discussion of such therapies as ... Read full review

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This book provides an excellent source of information covering a wide range of health issues. Additionally, it addresses relaxation methods that work well. The largest benefit gleaned from this book however, was in the natural remedy section. This section covers vitamin stacking and when to take certain vitamin supplements for best results. The vitamin stack for increasing your immune system has allowed me to prevent catching the common cold and to avoid the flu for going on 5 years now. I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in overall health and natural remedies over prescribed medications. 


Staying Healthy the Natural Way
Taking a Hand In Your Own Care
The Ancient Roots of Medicine

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