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The Doctor Within: how to Use our Natural…
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The Doctor Within: how to Use our Natural Healing system to Keep us Well

by Hal Zina Bennett

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The best doctor in the world is your own body, with self-healing powers more effective than anything in your medicine cabinet. This guide to your body’s defense system describes antibodies, the lymph system, and other natural healing aids that are within your control, and shows how you can call them into action to defeat diseases that can range from the common cold to cancer.
  CenterPointMN | Jun 28, 2018 |
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