Book by Tillotson Ph D AHG DAy Alan Keith
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Sales of herbal products in the U.S. have zoomd to an astounding 15% per year. As more people choose herbs to supplement or replace medication, there is a growing need for a trusted source of information on how to use them safely and for maximum effect.While herbs are generally considerd 'safe", combinations of herbs can be counterproductive or downright dangerous! "The One Earth Herbal Sourcebook" is the first interactive guide to herbal medicine, presenting information on how to combine herbs safely and evaluate which herbs to use for specific conditions. By knowing what each herb can do, and how best to integrate it into a personal healing program, readers will be able to treat common maladies, boost the immune system, prevent illness, maintain wellness, and ensure longevity.In this book, readers will learn about the Silver and Gold Standard herbs and herbal formulas from the top three herbal healing systems in the world: Ayurvedic Medicine from India, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Western Medicine. Each entry contains the full botanical and common name as well as the plant's geographic origins and the documented and legendary history of its use. Proven effects (based on recent research date), potential problems, warnings, and safe dosage amounts are included.The One Earth Herbal Sourcebook covers: -- Proven herbal treatments for over 100 medical conditions, including multiple sclerosis, sickle cell anemia, hepatitis C, migraine, glaucoma, hypoglycemia, cancer, and heart disease; - The best herbal alternatives to antidepressant drugs such as Prozac; -- How to choose between a capsule, tablet, or tincture for best absorption; -- Top choices of herbs to low cholesterol; -- Methods for blending ancient herbal wisdom with modern science; -- How to combine herbs from all three traditions, safely and effectively.Special features include: -- An alphabetical list by herb and the ailments for which it is used-- An alphabetical list by ailment and its appropriate herbal treatments-- Guidelines on how to buy and safely use herbs-- The most frequently asked questions and answers about herbs-- Appendices covering organizations, reference materials, and recommended herbal healers and suppliers
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