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The Healing Remedies Sourcebook: Over 1000 Natural Remedies to Prevent and…

by C. Norman Shealy

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This wasn't quite what I was hoping it would be, but I'm still giving it 4 stars because it's a wealth of information and comprehensively spans more than I ever wanted to know about.

My goal when I bought this book was to learn more about how I could use what I grow in my garden and as a bonus, perhaps get some ideas for other plants I could add.

I got almost exactly that - and I learned a lot about what a tincture is versus a decoction, versus a poultice... things I always sort of wondered about but not enough to actually look up.

The book is setup to cover 5 'schools' of healing remedies: Ayurvedic, Traditional Chinese Herbs, Folklore Herbalism, Flower Essences, and Vitamins/Supplements and I suppose this is where it fell short for me in a perverse way; I got more than I wanted. I was really just looking for a resource that would cover Folklore Herbalism and perhaps an easy botanical reference of plants that were known to have healing properties. Oh, and how to use them properly/effectively. This book has a few recipes, but not as much as I'd have liked.

I'm glad I bought it and I know I'll use it (I used it this morning, in fact) but I'm still on the look-out for something closer to what I'm looking for. ( )
  murderbydeath | Nov 12, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0738215910, Paperback)

Loaded with more than 1,000 natural remedies, The Healing Remedies Sourcebook will teach you how to naturally treat common problems, including stress, anxiety, depression, headaches, allergies, the common cold, high blood pressure, even diabetes and obesity.

Based on eight therapeutic backgrounds--Chinese herbal medicine, ayurveda, traditional folk remedies, herbalism, aromatherapy, homeopathy, flower remedies, and vitamins and minerals--this sourcebook is comprehensive and easy-to-use. Simply look up your ailment in the extensive list and find the corresponding remedies, treatments, and answers you need. Whether you’re looking for the ancient Chinese remedy for arthritis or your grandmother’s solution for hiccups, this jam-packed reference book is sure to cure what ails you.

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If you are interested in using safe, natural home remedies to treat your everyday ailments, then look no further. Also, offers alternatives to caffeine and sleeping pills, laxatives and antacids, and recommends remedies to strengthen your mind and body, lift your mood, calm your nerves, and enhance your resistence to infection and illness. In addition, you can learn about the eight alternative therapies: vitamins and minerals; traditional home and folk remedies; Chinese herbal medicine; herbalism; aromatherapy; homeopathy; flower remedies; and Ayurveda.… (more)

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