The Complete Natural Medicine Guide to Women’s Health provides clear and comprehensive information on integrating natural medicine treatments into a healing program for the distinctive health concerns of women. It’s a comprehensive source of information for all aspects of health for women.
More and more women are seeking natural remedies to treat health problems, either as an alternative or a complement to conventional health care.
This book includes:
- The healing systems of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Chakra System and the Western Medicine Model, and integrated healing
- Natural healing methods, such as diet and nutritional supplements, homeopathy, acupuncture, tissue salts and herbal medicine
- The body’s natural rhythms
- Seasonal inner cleansing and detoxifying
- Natural medicine strategies for balancing hormones
- Recommended dietary guidelines for women
- The menstrual cycle and the menopause
- Pregnancy and birth, and natural methods of birth control
- Conditions of the female organs, common female disorders (such as cystitis, thyroid imbalance, osteoporosis and osteoarthritis) and ongoing health issues and aging
- 60 health conditions, covered in thorough detail. Symptoms are described, likely causes identified, and treatment strategies are prescribed, which may include diet, exercises and yoga, and meditation and visualization
- The Complete Natural Medicine Guide to Women’s Health is the definitive source for women looking to integrate natural and conventional medicine with a vegetarian focus.
About the Authors:
- Carolyn Dean, MD, ND is the author of almost a dozen books including Death by Modern Medicine and Hormone Balance. She also lectures widely and writes regular health and health freedom columns.
- Sat DharamKaur, ND lectures in breast health at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and has a naturopathic practice that specializes in the prevention and treatment of breast cancer.
- Mary Danylak-Arhanic, MD is a family physician and has also studied Botanic Medicine and Homeopathy at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She lectures and writes botanical medicine research reviews.