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Since the arrival of industrialization, the creation of the God “Science” and the movement away from nature-based living, the process of healing yourself has focused on the quick fix of prescription medicine.
Whenever anyone had an ache, a sting, or an insect bite, they turned to the medicine cabinet and its medicated prescription and over-the-counter drugs products for results.
If an individual coughed, sneezed or suffered from allergies, he or she opened up the latest the pharmacy could offer. Whether the problem was constipation or a swelling, someone decided the doctor, the pharmacist and even the television ads were right.
For the longest time, we have chosen our cures accordingly. This has not always been the case.
In the past, people have looked towards nature for cures for simple problems. The whole of nature was a medicine chest with infinite possibilities to cure or kill.
It depended upon the nature of the health problem and the skill of the wise woman or man.
While a plant, mineral or natural substance may not be able to cure appendicitis, it can and does help you with everyday problems and many diverse illnesses of different intensity.
It is not “just an Old Wives’ Tale” that eating certain foods will decrease the likelihood of you becoming constipated or relieve you of your gastrointestinal system blockages.
There is more than a grain of truth in some of the old adages about certain fruits, vegetables and their derivatives. “An apple a day keeps the doctor away” is not simply a saying. It serves as a reminder of the beneficial powers of eating fruits and vegetables.
Complementary medicine combines the best of the 2 current worlds of medicine as we know it. It takes into consideration the curative powers of plants and other herbs. It also does not neglect the strides scientists in the medical profession have made over the past centuries.
A doctor who chooses to practice complementary medicine uses both for the benefit of the patient. In doing so, a physician realizes the roots of his or her craft.
He or she acknowledges the reality – modern medicine and its pharmacopeia have its roots in home remedies. Without the discoveries of wise herb men and women, there would have been no medicine.
This book explore the various types of home remedies. It looks at the most common remedies currently available and popular among practitioners. You might have some of them in your refrigerator or on your kitchen shelves already.
Others, you can purchase at a grocery store, pharmacy or health food store. Most are inexpensive. They will not set you back a substantial amount of money.
Some of the home remedies in this book, you can grow in your garden. They can be planted inside your apartment or outside in pots on your balcony or in an actual garden plot. There is a chapter explaining how to grow the top 6 home remedies. There is also a chapter devoted to discussing the top 20 home remedies and their usage.
This book, however, begins with the basics, an introduction to the pros and cons, benefits and side effects of using home remedies. It starts with a definition of the subject as well as a brief overview of its history.
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ASIN : B09BD6PB9K
Publication date : July 27, 2021
Language : English
File size : 642 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
X-Ray : Not Enabled
Word Wise : Enabled
Print length : 47 pages
Lending : Enabled