How and When to Be Your Own Doctor
by Isabelle A. Moser, Steve Solomon
Publisher: Soil and Health Library 1997
Number of pages: 289
I have two reasons for writing this book. One, to help educate the general public about the virtues of natural medicine. The second, to encourage the next generation of natural healers. Especially the second because it is not easy to become a natural hygienist; there is no school or college or licensing board.
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