Sunday, October 13, 2013

Riverwalker’s Book Review - Home Remedies

Home Remedies

In time when everyone had to be a lot more self reliant, home remedies where often the only way to treat many minor ailments. Alex Smith in his new book, Home Remedies, seeks to provide you with a guide to some of the more basic and best known home remedies in an easy to reference alphabetical format.
Alex Smith also provides a glossary of some of the more common terms used in home remedies to provide further understanding for the different types of home remedies that are commonly used to treat various ailments. He also provides a fairly comprehensive list of the herbs and plants that are more commonly used in the making of various home remedies.

Although it doesn't include an index, at less than 125 pages it is still easy to find the home remedy you may be looking for due to the easy alphabetical format. The remedies for some of the more common ailments are available at your finger tips.

If you are looking for a quick reference guide to help treat minor ailments, Home Remedies by Alex Smith may be exactly what you need.

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Disclaimer: Always consult a medical professional before using any type of new treatments,


Double Tapper said...

A mortar and pestle are good survival tools for processing all sorts of stuff.

Anonymous said...

Studying on what grows LOCALLY and how to use it will become very important information someday.

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