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Nature Cure – Philosophy And Practice Based On The Unity Of Disease And Cure

…Thus they proclaimed the “return to Nature” and the “new gospel of health,” which are destined to free humanity from the destructive influences of alcoholism, red meat overeating, the dope and tobacco habit, and of drug poisoning, vaccination, surgical mutilation, vivisection and a thousand other abuses practiced in the name of science.

A humorous book of how Richard Mabey overcame depression with his admiration of nature.

Mabey discusses the two principal methods of treating disease; the combative and the preventive and goes on to explain that modern medicine is almost always about combative medication and not preventive.

He shows how one can use purely natural methods to prevent, treat and hinder

List Price: $ 12.95

Price: $ 12.95



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