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Ancient Remedies

Secrets to Healing with Herbs, Essential Oils, CBD, and the Most Powerful Natural Medicine in History

Profile picture of dr-josh-axe Dr. Josh Axe (Author)
Feb 02, 2021 | 416 Pages
Ancient Remedies

In his book, Dr. Josh Axe explores how to treat a variety of diseases, lose weight, and increase vitality through traditional healing practices passed down from generation to generation.

Americans are increasingly searching for natural treatments that do not come with the negative side effects of many pharmaceutical drugs.

For centuries, doctors treated people, rather than symptoms. However, in recent decades, this has shifted and Americans have become used to taking pills for their ailments.

With the dangerous side effects that often come with these medications—such as addiction and over-prescribing—people are desperate for alternatives to traditional medication.

Alternative therapies have been available for thousands of years in the form of ancient treatments utilized in China, Ayurveda, and Greek medicine.

Ancient Remedies is the first fully inclusive layman's compendium that will bring together and describe to a wide audience the greatest of these time-tested techniques.

Dr. Axe's Ancient Remedies delves into the core principles of ancient healing, from eating according to your blood type to following your circadian rhythms.

Traditional healers would first identify the underlying cause of an illness before treating it with a regime of medicinal herbs, mushrooms, CBD, essential oils, and restorative practices for the mind and body.

More than that, they'll learn how to employ these ancient approaches on their own to treat a slew of illnesses including ADHD, diabetes, hypothyroidism, autoimmune disease, and many others.

Ancient Remedies demystifies the topic of health and well-being for readers, utilizing engaging language and thoughtfully explaining how to maintain optimum health without expensive (and often toxic) synthetic drugs.

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