This book explains what Nature Cure is all about. The author H.K. Bakhru explains in simple language 95 common disorders, including 13 concerning women, ranging from acne to veneral diseases and prescribes time tested treatment and means of maintaining go
4 Important Things You Must Know Oil from "Down Under", Tea tree oil is yellow / greenish tinged essential oil extracted from the leaves of Melaleuca Alternifolia. Australian natives used tea tree for antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, insecticidal, and immune stimulant properties. The essential oil steam distilled from its leaves and twigs to treat range of ailments like cold, sores, acnes and even whooping cough. Combats skin infections, insect bites, and minor wounds and is a remedy for oral infections. Here's a preview of what you will learn: - Tea Tree Oil and a Whole Foods Diet - Tea Tree Oil and Treatment of Boils - and More GRAB YOUR COPY TODAY!
Presenting detailed information on alternative therapies for both dogs and cats, this book is divided into three main parts: diet and natural therapies; recommendations for specific health conditions, such as skin problems or digestive tract problems; and an overview of health maintenance and preventive health, including information about vaccinations, weight control, and caring for the aging pet.
When faced with common health emergencies, many of us automatically turn to over-the-counter medications. But we have another option--easy-to-use, safe, inexpensive, and highly effective natural medicines. Natural Medicine First Aid Remedies provides everything you need to know to treat a range of ailments and health concerns, including burns, muscle cramps, hot flashes, shock, sore throat, toothache--100 common health problems in all. (Next time you get a headache, try rubbing peppermint essential oil on your temples before you reach for the aspirin.) Natural Medicine First Aid Remedies tells how to equip your medicine cabinet with the ten most essential natural remedies including arnica (for pain and stiffness), echinacea (for colds), tea tree oil (for skin infections), aloe vera gel (for burns), activated charcoal (for food poisoning), and more. It explains how homeopathy, herbs, diet, essential oils, flower essences, nutritional supplements, reflexology, and gem therapy can provide healing benefits for various conditions. Written by health journalist Stephanie Marohn, Natural Medicine First Aid Remedies is based on medical research and draws upon protocols used by dozens of health care practitioners. Informative and unique, it is a reference that you will want to consult whenever faced with one of life's everyday medical emergencies, injuries, or discomforts.
Walter Lubeck describes in a clear concise fashion a method of treatment which--irrespective of all challenges, obstacles or legal restrictions--offers therapeutic possibilities in the face of the challenges confronting naturopathy and empirical medicine today. This book will help to broaden the knowledge thus gained and provide more insight into Reiki so that it may be applied with greater ease and care. This book is especially commendable as it establishes connections between Reiki and biological medicine by pointing out combinations possible with herbal extracts, homeopathiic preparations, Schussler salts, and the spagyric remedies which have been rediscovered. The combined action of Reiki energy and natural medicinal substances, some of which have been known from time immemorial, speed up and improve the therapeutic effect to a considerable degree.
This book presents attitudes, information, and tools for a holistic approach to medicine, health, and mental health. In our discussions among ourselves and with the contributing authors we defined three aspects of a holistic approach. First, such an approach involves expanding our focus to include the many personal, familial, social, and environmental factors that promote health, prevent illness, and encourage healing. Second, a holistic approach views the patient as an individual person, not as a symptom-bearing organism. This attitude emphasizes the self-responsibility of the person for his or her health and the importance of mobilizing the person's own health capacities, rather than treating illness only from the outside. Third, the holistic approach tries to make wise use of the many diagnostic, treatment, and health modalities that are available in addition to the standard materia medica- including alternative medical and healing systems as well as psychological techniques and physical modalities. Some of these methods of treatment and health practices are already accepted, others are accepted but not applied in practice, and still others need further research to explore the range of their uses.
Abstract: The potential and limitations of 15 popular and effective holistic healing methods are examined for the general public. Holism as a philosophy is explored and the quality and personal suitability of various holistic treatments are discussed. The view is taken that true holistic approaches to health do not stand in opposition to conventional medicine. Detailed practical advice and background information is offered on specific alternative healing methods (e.g., nutritional therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic therapy, meditation, the use of herbs, psychic therapy, dream therapy, music therapy). (wz).