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School of Natural Healing by John R. ChristopherChristopher Publications is proud to offer this 25th Anniversary Edition of School of Natural Healing. Over the years, beginners and herbal practitioners have trusted School of Natural Healing to provide expert instruction on herbal therapy. The worldwide distribution and use of Dr. Christophers formulas confirms the success and safety of his methods. If you have ever used an herbal combination, it was most likely one of Dr. Christophers. This text combines his methods and famous formulas in an easy-to-use volume for personal and classroom study. Expanded and revised, we present this work, assured that it will enhance your efforts in natural healing. This edition offers: In depth study of over 110 including: Latin and Common Names, Botanical Descriptions, Medicinal Usage and Therapeutic Action, Preparation, Dosage, and Administration, Multiple Formulations for Each Herb, Case Histories, and Horticulture and Storage Information Other features include: Symptoms, Causes, and Natural Treatment for Over 80 Disease Conditions, Nutrition and Recipes for Vitality, Internal Cleansing and Purification, and Therapeutics for Over 1000 Herbs. Simplified and comprehensive index listing: Latin and Common Names, All Herbal Formulas, Health Conditions, Etc. Features new to this edition include: Recipes for All of Dr. Christophers Formulas, A Biography of Dr. Christopher from An Herbal Legacy of Courage, and Quick-To Find Herb and Medicinal Action Heading on Each Page.
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An herbal supplement is a dietary supplement a recognized FDA category of product intended to supplement the human diet and promote good health. An herbal supplement is made from herbs, plants, or botanicals that have shown to be beneficial for human health; they involve using the "active" constituents of a botanical, and a "therapeutic" application of a plant or its parts. While herbal supplements may not claim to treat, cure, mitigate, or prevent disease, the value of plants and herbs for optimal health cannot be underestimated. Plant life has always been essential to the survival of humans and other species, serving as both food and medicine. The art and science of using plants therapeutically is considered one of the oldest forms of healing, with a recorded history dating back more than 5, years. In BC, Hippocrates advocated maintaining our natural life force through the use of herbs, fresh air, adequate rest, proper nutrition, and a balanced diet. The Chinese, the Indian, and the Native American Indian cultures, in particular, have a rich history and tradition of using herbs medicinally and for wellness.
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Let's just start with the facts that I am a scientist and a nerd who knows more than I should about medicine. I use medicine as needed and go natural if I can, although I am fully aware of the issues with natural products. I had my babies with midwives and breastfed each for 2 years. I eat a healthy diet and don't smoke. I am 39 and single. I have had STD tests including HPV tests before every new partner in the 10 years that I have been single, and I have asked the same from my partners although there is no HPV test commercially available for men.
A persistent human papillomavirus HPV infection of a high-risk type is necessary for cervical cancer to develop. The severity of the diagnosis, together with colposcopy findings, determines the standard for treatment, and ablative or excisional options may be recommended. Escharotic treatment, together with an oral, anticarcinogenic HPV protocol and a vaginal-suppository protocol, is an alternative treatment, especially for those women of childbearing age who are concerned about the possibility of obstetrical complications associated with the use of loop electrosurgical excision LEEP. The aim of the current case study was to observe the effect of an ablative escharotic treatment for a woman with severe dysplasia, cervical intraepithelial neoplasia grade 3 CIN3. A y-old female visited the National College of Natural Medicine clinic to obtain suggestions for alternative treatments following a satisfactory colposcopy and a biopsy revealing a high-risk HPV effect, severe dysplasia CIN3, and a positive endocervical curettage ECC. She refused the recommended standard of care, a LEEP, because of concerns about the potential for future obstetrical complications.