To accompany the main encyclopaedic 1130 paged book, Nature Cures, there are now four pocketbooks by the same author available now.
They are just £4.99 each and would make excellent Christmas stocking fillers!
Nature's Colour Codes: Nature has kindly colour-coded foods for us and each colour signifies different compounds which the body needs on a regular, and often daily, basis. Many are powerful substances that can help to remedy human health issues without any of the side-effects that can be suffered with conventional medications. Nature's Colour Codes describes what these potent nutrients are, why the body needs them and which foods contain them, so that they are not omitted from the daily diet. It also explains how to consume the widest range, when it may be necessary to avoid certain colourful foods and the dangers of
artificial food dyes. Know your colours for optimum health!
Let Roots be Your Medicine: The roots of plants have been used as medicines and nutritious food for thousands of years. Many have astonishing properties which can heal and remedy most human ailments and diseases without the harmful side-effects of powerful medications. They should be an important part of the daily diet but most are often neglected. This A to Z pocket guide of root vegetables includes their nutritional values and which health issues they can help to treat and prevent.
How to Grow Your Own Health Garden: The best way to ensure you and your family consume only organic, untainted and nutrient-rich foods is to grow your own herbs, fruits and vegetables. This can be done in the smallest of plots or even on a balcony, roof garden or windowsill, with a raised box or pots and other types of planters. In Grow Your Own Health Garden, Nat Hawes tells you how to work with nature to produce a rich crop of healthy and delicious food, and which foods are best to grow nutritionally and as remedies for common ailments. This includes an A to Z of healing vegetables together with natural pest control,
feeding the health garden naturally and a guide to plants that are poisonous to children and animals.
Air-purifying Houseplants: In the late '80s, NASA studied houseplants as a way to purify the air in space facilities. They found a range of plants that filter out common volatile organic compounds. In the same way, these plants can help clean the indoor air here on Earth, which is typically far more polluted than outdoor air - and not only can they remove airborne contaminants but some are also nutritious herbs for both medicinal and cooking use. Many also contain volatile oils which can be used to clean both the home and the body without the toxins of conventional products. In Air-purifying Houseplants find out how you
can even prevent `sick building syndrome', and how to work with indoor plants to reduce the risk of contracting colds and other viruses, decrease blood pressure, lift the mood, reduce mental fatigue and improve sleep.
Hammersmith Health Books,
the publisher of the Nature Cures books, is also in the process of publishing a series of further in-depth Nature Cures pocket books on various subjects covered by this website including:
Injury, Surgery and Infection (Due for publication January 2018)
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