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Ication Health Bene. Really informative I had purchased on kindle but wanted a hard copy so I could thumb thru it easier We were using many of the supplements so I was glad to now see the benefits listed in this book

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Fits OfNotRetrouvez. Very interesting but because many of the recommended herbs vitamins etc are capable of being used for than one condition some might find the book a bit repetitive in places

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Healing Without Med. The title is a little off Rister s goal seems to be using naturopathic methods as adjuncts to conventional ones rather than replacing them In some cases there are methods that work fine on their own without any alleopathic additions but for the most part he aims to have his vitamins minerals and herbs help cure and prevent the oh so common side effects of modern medicine rather than do it on their own Nothing in the world will allow me to live without insulin injections but I might be able to hold off complications with some of these methodsThe book is a huge encyclopedia One section is a massive list of illnesses and conditions that tells you what to take and in what amounts The next section is the vitamins herbs and minerals He tells you what they do how much is available in foods how much you need for certain conditions and which forms are most assimilable He warns about what the over dose levels are what they meds they might interact with and when they are contraindicated He also has a section on the macronutrients protein fat and carbsThis is the most thorough book I ve seen on these methods I like that he is realistic about what vitamins and minerals can do as far as I can tell he s not selling snake oil He does not bring out miracle cures but ways to help you live comfortably He s not selling any of these vitamins and herbs he s not making money by telling you to use these things unlike some authors of books touting mega vitaminsHe has sourced his material from over 10000 articles from medical and technical libraries and from correspondence with researchers The digital edition has been updated as recently as last month April 2017 You could not get any fresher information This is a great resource Jaxon (Kings of Denver you what to take and in what amounts The next section is the vitamins herbs and minerals He tells Drink to Yesterday (Tommy Hambledon, you what they do how much is available in foods how much The Second Wave: The Makanza Series Book 0 (English Edition) you need for certain conditions and which forms are most assimilable He warns about what the over dose levels are what they meds they might interact with and when they are contraindicated He also has a section on the macronutrients protein fat and carbsThis is the most thorough book I ve seen on these methods I like that he is realistic about what vitamins and minerals can do as far as I can tell he s not selling snake oil He does not bring out miracle cures but ways to help The First Mile you live comfortably He s not selling any of these vitamins and herbs he s not making money by telling ServSafe ManagerBook with Answer Sheet (7th Edition) you to use these things unlike some authors of books touting mega vitaminsHe has sourced his material from over 10000 articles from medical and technical libraries and from correspondence with researchers The digital edition has been updated as recently as last month April 2017 You could not get any fresher information This is a great resource


15 thoughts on “Healing Without Medication: A Comprehensive Guide to the Complementary Techniques Anyone Can Use to Achieve Real Healing

  1. says:

    The title is a little off Rister s goal seems to be using naturopathic methods as adjuncts to conventional ones, rather than replacing them In some cases there are methods that work fine on their own without any alleopathic additions, but for the most part, he aims to have his vitamins, minerals, and herbs help cure and prevent the oh so common side effects of modern medicine rather than do it on their own Nothing in the world will allow me to live without insulin injections, but I might be able to hold off complications with some of these methods.The book is a huge encyclopedia One section is a massive list of illnesses and conditions that tells you what to take and in what amounts The next section is the vitamins, herbs, and minerals He tells you what they do, how much is available in foods, how much you need for certain conditions, and which forms are most assimilable He warns about what the over dose levels are, what they meds they might interact with, and when they are contraindicated He also has a section on the macronutrients protein, fat, and carbs.This is the most thorough book I ve seen on these methods I like that he is realistic about what vitamins and minerals can do as far as I can tell, he s not selling snake oil He does not bring out miracle cures, but ways to help you live comfortably He s not selling any of these vitamins and herbs he s not making money by telling you to use these things unlike some authors of books touting mega vitamins.He has sourced his material from over 10,000 articles from medical and technical libraries and from correspondence with researchers The digital edition has been updated as recently as last month April 2017 You could not get any fresher information This is a great resource.


  2. says:

    This is the most comprehensive naturopathic medical encyclopedia I have ever seen Every condition is covered alphabetically with a general description, symptoms, diagnosis details, and naturopathic remedies It also warns when you need to check with your MD concerning any specific life threatening illnesses that would be better remedied using traditional medications Some of the language can become rather cumbersome technical to the average layman but I find it to be a great naturopathic source of information with several choices given to self medicate each condition described.


  3. says:

    If you go for your annual checkup and find out you have a disease or worse, a life threatening disease,you will be pushed into the process of learning about your illness and the things you can do to help restoreyour health This book will be a big help.What are the supplements, herbs and foods that can help re balance your body and complement yourtraditional medical intervention You will find answers here.There is also a big section on medical marijuana you might be surprised to learn that your condition doesnot need the full spectrum mix of THC and CBD, requiring a medMJ card, but is responsive to CBDalone which means you can start trying it right away.


  4. says:

    This is a very impressive book Well organized and documented with both new and traditional information I read a lot of health newsletters and books, so I was surprised to find so much new information in this one Healing without Medication that was not already covered by other sources I first got it on Kindle Unlimited and liked it so much I bought the hardcopy The author does not advocate doing without medical care He offers possible alternatives, adjuncts, and new insights based on decades of experience.


  5. says:

    Really informative I had purchased on kindle but wanted a hard copy so I could thumb thru it easier We were using many of the supplements so I was glad to now see the benefits listed in this book


  6. says:

    A very knowledgeable book Have learned so much about basic problems I have as I grow older.


  7. says:

    Very informative I recommend this book to people who wish to avoid the harmful effects of many prescription drugs.


  8. says:

    At first I borrowed this book While still reading it, I decided that I should buy it to have it always ready for consultingSo interesting that everybody should have a copy I definitely would buy other books from this same author.Hope to find it in French to send a gift to a friend.


  9. says:

    Very interesting but because many of the recommended herbs, vitamins, etc are capable of being used for than one condition, some might find the book a bit repetitive in places


  10. says:

    This is an excellent book but not what I had expected.


  11. says:

    Like a text book but extremely beneficial like a text book Loaded with interesting facts.


  12. says:

    my wife love it


  13. says:

    Good go to on the book shelf


  14. says:

    Great book, would have preferred it in print though This is worth keeping on the bookshelf when needed.


  15. says:

    Great reference.