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June 29, 2020

Advertiser Review

Dr. Charles Silverman's Homemade Medicine Book
The Homemade Medicine Book
Paperback … Only $16.75
(paid link)

Charles Silverman, ND promotes his book as a “350 page Encyclopedia of Home Remedies”. He has travelled around the world learning about the many species of plants that can be used to treat allergies and chemical intolerance. He has compiled an invaluable list of home remedies. And all of them have been tested in clinical trials at his natural healing clinic.

Here is an imaginary scenario: You have been constipated for much too long a time. In similar circumstances you have visited your doctor, and he has given you an expensive prescription to take to your local pharamacist that will fix the problem.

prunes

But this time you look in The Homemade Medicine Book that you just got in the mail. And you find a simple, safe solution for which you already have the ingredients. They’re right in your kitchen cupboard! Just eat four prunes two times daily, and your constipation is gone.

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July 15, 2014

Advertiser Review – Everyday Roots

Everyday Roots Book

If you’re interested in getting healthy and having a more natural lifestyle, the Everyday Roots book about home remedies was made for you. Here’s what you will learn:

  • How to treat common ailments using natural ingredients.

  • How to make your own household and beauty products using natural ingredients.

  • How to save money every month, so you can focus instead on the people and things that really matter.

  • How to take control of your lifestyle, to become more self-sufficient and stop depending on outsiders to help you.

So click the link in the banner, and begin changing your life right now!

Everyday Roots Book
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August 22, 2008

Here is a question from a viewer whose son developed a rash on his stomach, behind his knees, and between his legs soon after starting football practice.

What can I use to treat a heat rash?

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