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Proven Remedies by J. H. Oliver

Proven Remedies

by J. H. Oliver

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In some diseases, osteopathy or chiropractic is strongly advocated, in which case the fact is mentioned.
Introduction: I firmly believe that, just as we to-day look back at some of our ancestors and marvel that a great, highly civilized and cultured people could have ever tolerated such barbarous iniquities as the burning of human beings at the stake because of different theological opinions, so future generations will look at us-who consider ourselves even more civilized-and marvel that we could ever have tolerated the massacre of countless victims of preventable or curable diseases when their lives could have been saved by a wise use of the herbs and plants which the Deity has provided.
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