Cancer does NOT have to be a death sentence. As long as there's breath, there's hope.
Did you know that over 85% of drugs are based on herbal plants? For instance, did you know that Taxol (a drug used to “treat” cancer), which is extremely toxic, is derived from the Yew tree? And did you know that the Yew tree has been used in Native American medicine for at least 2,000 years?
But here’s something you may not know. The Native Americans never had a problem with it being toxic. And that’s because when it’s used in conjunction with other herbs, there are no harmful side effects. (Unlike Taxol, which can actually kill the cancer patient.)
This is just one example of the power of herbal medicine.
A Guide to Understanding Herbal Medicines and Surviving the Coming Pharmaceutical Monopoly is a must-have book if you want to take control of your own current health. It contains over 100 full-color pages of medicinal herbs, with details of their habitat, description, actions, uses and phytochemical effects. As well as a “how to” section on growing, harvesting, and combining herbs to treat common ailments.
But as helpful as this book is, you may still get resistance from your doctor. So, you need a way to help them know what you know.
Well, Work With Your Doctor To Diagnose and Cure 27 Ailments With Safe, and Natural Methods will do exactly that.
This amazing book contains scientific research and studies (from highly respected research institutions, publications, and medical schools) to support every remedy that is contained in its 500+ pages.
You’ll discover natural treatments for everything from acid reflux, fibromyalgia, adrenal insufficiency, gout, allergies, headaches, asthma, hypertension, celiac disease, Lyme disease, arthritis, to whooping cough, and many other common ailments.
And if your doctor asks, “Where is the proof? Where are the studies?” … now, you can honestly tell him or her “the studies are in the book” and show them.
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Cancer doesn’t need to be a death sentence.
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