Try These Timeless Treatments Supported by Cutting-Edge Science! Look no further! From insect bites, insomnia, and upset stomach to nasal congestion, stress, and heart health, this authoritative and comprehensive guide offers easy, effective recipes to bolster your resistance to illness, ease aches and pains, and manage minor ailments naturally. The authors explain the science behind these remedies, debunk common myths, and let you know when to call the doctor. In addition, they provide a blueprint of wellness for you and your family. This book's 500 recipes contain readily available, inexpensive, and safe ingredients--many that you will find within your cupboards or at the grocery store. For instance:
-Dab on tea tree oil to clear up acne
-Gargle with sage and thyme tea to combat sore throat
-Engage in mindfulness exercises for weight loss
-Eat chia seed to help with hay fever
-Whip up a calendula salve for diaper rash
-Heal dry skin with coconut oil
-Lift mood with a gratitude journal
-Take elderberry syrup for influenza
-Apply aloe vera gel and peppermint essential oil to sore muscles
National Geographic editor and award-winning feature writer Barbara H. Seeber is a 30-year veteran of the publishing world. As an editor for National Geographic Books, she helped launch a number of titles in National Geographic's line of health books.
Barbara Brownell Grogan, former editor in chief at National Geographic Books, is also a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, in New York City. At National Geographic she grew the health line of publications, including Desk Reference to Nature's Medicine, Body: The Complete Human, Brainworks, and Guide to Medicinal Herbs, and has worked with health and well-being experts including Joe and Terry Graedon, of The People's Pharmacy, among others.
Linda B. White, M.D., holds B.S and M.S degrees from Stanford University and an M.D. from the University of California, San Diego. She is the co-author of The Herbal Drugstore and Kids, Herbs, and Health. She served as a medical advisor and contributor to The National Geographic Guide to Medicinal Herbs. Since 2004, Dr. White has been on faculty at Metropolitan State, Denver, in the Integrative Therapeutic Practices Program in the Health Professions Department.