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Your Natural Medicine Cabinet: A Practical Guide to Drug-Free Remedies for Common Ailments

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Featuring the latest cutting-edge information on healing over 100 common ailments, Your Natural Medicine Cabinet focuses on the fastest-acting natural products available. Ideal for families, busy households, and anyone interested in natural alternatives for themselves and their children, it offers essential resources in a concise, user-friendly format. This easy-to-underst ...more
Paperback, 261 pages
Published September 1st 2012 by Green Healing Press (first published August 28th 2012)
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Julie Ann Dawson
I am a bit of a cynical homeopath. I prefer natural medicine options to most commercial medicine, but I do not assume the so-called “natural” remedy is always the best option or even the safest. Just because something is “natural” does not make it safe or effective. I was interested in Lennihan’s work because of her extensive experience (over 16 years as a holistic health professional). She is the type of person I am more likely to take seriously.

Your Natural Medicine Cabinet could be a good sta
Fast and easy read, although as another reviewer pointed out, should probably be considered with a grain of salt. Then again, whatever makes someone feel better makes them feel better and I'm a fan of that outcome.

Some of the author's remedies are time-tested grandma stuff (castor oil packs) and some stuff seems a little odd and totally out there (flower essences, c'mon) but in general it seems like a good starter book.
Laura DeLuca
Your Natural Medicine Cabinet is interesting enough to be read back to back, but its also one of those books you'll come back to again and again because it is filled with so much information. From my husband's back pain to my baby's ear infection, I was able to find all natural remedies to ease their suffering with items found in almost any household. This book takes things a step further than other home remedy books. They give you advice on how to stock your medicine cabinet, how to use homeopa ...more
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