The Herbal Treatment
is said that nature is the healer for every single physical
and mental disorder. There are plenty of treatments for
us all around in nature, but unfortunately we know very
little of it.
Prescriptions for Better Health
Donald J. Brown
Prima Lifestyles; February 1997
insightful book, Dr. Donald Brown, a naturopathic doctor
and expert in medicine, discusses herbal medicine with the
warm, knowledgeable confidence of a caring family physician.
One section introduces the various types of herbal medicine.
Another focuses on the eighteen most frequently prescribed
herbs including chamomile, echinachea, garlic, Ginkgo biloba,
ginseng, and valerian. Then, in a third section arranged
by body system, Dr. Brown prescribes effective herbal treatments
for dozens of health conditions. Indeed this book will teach
you how herbs work, and how you can use them to improve
your health, strength, and vitality.
Treatments for Healthy Hair
Storey Books; November 1999
get too excited if there's a new TV commercial on Herbal
Shampoos, as in most of the cases the material used in those
products is hardly herbal at all. This interesting volume
is a step-by-step guide to treat your hair. Its a handy
way to keep your hair looking good and healthy and is equally
useful for both men and women. So what are you waiting for?
Dr. Otto Wolf
Anthroposophic Press; July 2000
is a book you will turn to again and again for practical
advice on how to deal with health problems by using natural
methods. In direct language, this book describes herbal
and homeopathic remedies and shows how they can be used
in your home. Conventional drugs are plentiful -- from painkillers
to laxatives -- and such treatments are sometimes necessary
to relieve symptoms. Dr. Wolff approaches treatment with
methods to resolve the illness rather than suppress the
symptoms. This kind of treatment activates the whole body
and its inherent powers to heal itself. This useful book
helps you take an active role in your own health and well-being.