The remedies in this book are mainly those the author grew up with, having a large following in both Europe and North America. There are herbal teas and homeopathic remedies along with sound guidance from the store of knowledge called anthroposophical medicine, which began in the 1920s as a result of the work of Rudolf Steiner and Ida Wegman, and was further developed through extended medical practices and natural pharmacies such as Weleda. Practical Home Care Medicine provides a wealth of tinctures, teas, and ointments along with descriptions of when and how to use them. This is a special resource compiled from the notes and experiences of natural healers, physicians, nurses, and parents, listing some of the most frequently used home-care medicines, herbal teas, and kitchen remedies. Topics include: -Why do we get sick? -Finding a physician -The healing environment -First aid supplies and procedures -Internal remedy dosages -Suggested remedy kits -Numerous specific preparations and remedies -Resources This is an easy-to-follow guide that will become a trusted companion in your home.
|Publication date||22 Jul 2004|