Grandma’s Herbal Remedies 2 – The secret recipes (Grandma’s Series) (Volume 3)

March 22, 2015 - Comment

Remember how your Grandma had a natural cure for everything? Wouldn’t you like to grow your own medicine cabinet? In your own back yard? Avoiding chemicals and naroctics? Knowing exactly what you put in your body? My Grandma was a huge believer in nature has a cure for everything. This is the follow up book

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Remember how your Grandma had a natural cure for everything? Wouldn’t you like to grow your own medicine cabinet? In your own back yard? Avoiding chemicals and naroctics? Knowing exactly what you put in your body? My Grandma was a huge believer in nature has a cure for everything. This is the follow up book in the best selling “Grandma’s herbal and homemade remedies”In this book we look at some additional remedies in more detail and make special reference to the recipes she uses to treat various ailments. Ailments treated in this book stomach and intestinal problems sexual libido dysentery in babies asthma & respiratory illnesses chest pains psoriasis kidney irritation and diarrhoea anxiety, stress & depression eczema & dry skin ulcers natural disinfectant menstruation severe headaches & migraines dry up excess mucus reduce inflammation of the mucus membranes. arthritis and bruising detoxifying the body sore throat natural healing promoter mosquito repellent mood stabilizer lower blood pressure & bad cholesterol improve metabolism heal respiratory and lung infections weight loss aids detoxify liver gum disease tooth decay dandruff rashes alleviate constipation bacterial infections cold & flu deal with skin, pimples and acne Some reviews of the first Grandma’s Herbal Remedies Fawn Hammit – I am a holistic health practitioner and have used this book many times and will continuation Anji Kurian – What’s not to love about a book that gives you a remedy from your cupboards or kitchen garden for so many different ailments. It is a very handy and efficient guide with just the right amount of information without overwhelming the reader with unnecessary detail. I highly recommend it for every home. Vactoria Inday – It’s very informative, practical and useful. I’m sure everyone will be able to use it. Thank you for this very wonderful book. You must have it.

Comments

Glen Ford author of 101 Writing Tweets says:

Interesting book This is a good book to add to your herbal library. It covers 11 common old fashioned remedies, some herbal, some not. All the remedies include a picture to help you recognize the plant (or the bottle), the origins, the ailments it is appropriate for, how to use it, a recipe, growing instructions, and allergy warnings. I’m not sure that I would use any of the recipes (other than Rosehip preserves) but that’s my prejudices. If you are involved in any form of pioneer or 1800’s museum work, this…

Sarah Sneddon says:

Plantastic 2! Wow! I absolutely LOVE this book! I was such a huge fan of the first edition and really saw no room for improvement but boy was I wrong. This book has so much more detail on how to actually apply the tips and hints learned from the first book. I had heard about oil pulling before but had never really understood what it was or why it was beneficial. After reading the book it was the first thing I wanted to try. I’m only managing 10-15 minutes a day but I have already seen a difference. Give it a…

NightFaery says:

easy peasy excellent information…and if you are a beginner, don’t be afraid to add this to your working collection…the recipes are simple and easy to follow, as they are laid out clearly and step by step…this is a must have if you are interested in learning background info on the herbs you use… definitely a must read.

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