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Close-to-Nature Medicine

by Kenneth J. Dillon

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0964297663, Paperback)

Carefully documented and written in a readable style, "Close-to-Nature Medicine" is packed with value for scientist, medical practitioner, and layperson alike. "Must" reading for anyone interested in photomedicine, microminerals, or the scientific basis of complementary and alternative medicine as well as in the science and social psychology of nutrition.

Far from repeating the common teachings of the natural medicine literature, "Close-to-Nature Medicine" represents a novel, serious, theoretical, and practical approach to the scientific study of certain critical natural healing systems in the human body.

"Close-to-Nature Medicine" includes:

--a thorough, up-to-date discussion of Biophotonic Therapy, the use of extracorporeal or intravenous light to activate the chemiluminescence of the blood cells--the original immune system that is a legacy from humankind's distant oligocellular ancestors. The author provides a body of theory that places BT into its proper evolutionary and physiological contexts, describes such phenomena as the "phosphorescence of wounds", and details the track record of BT as an effective treatment of disseminated viral infections that resemble HIV and smallpox. Biophotonic Therapy is the leading phototherapeutic treatment of infectious diseases.
--a chapter on the Theory of the Red Blood Cells, including the 19 criteria for the animal magnetoreceptor that the RBCs match and the solution of several key anomalies in neuroscience. This theory appears to solve the "binding problem" of human consciousness, otherwise known as the cellular basis of consciousness and considered by some to be the leading unsolved problem in the life sciences. No longer unsolved....;
--original and little-understood information on nutrition, including a detailed description of Transdermal Microminerals, a discussion of Max Gerson's nutritional-medicinal therapy of tuberculosis and cancer, and a critique of sources of nutrition information such as the nutrition guidelines of the Institute of Medicine;
--an analysis of certain critical issues in biodefense, including the likely identity (al Qaeda) of the Anthrax Mailer and the likely origin (the United Kingdom's biodefense program) of his anthrax;
--an explanation of what makes Scientific Rejectionists tick and how to handle them; and much more besides.
Plus illustrations and appendices.

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