: the Complete Handbook of Medicinal Charcoal and Its Applications : the Complete Handbook of Medicinal Charcoal and Its Applications

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In a day when the fourth leading cause of death in America is due to adverse effects of properly prescribed drugs (Jounal of American Medical Association - July 2000), many are asking, qAre there not safer alternatives?q Yes there are!! Allow me to introduce to you one extraordinary yet simple natural remedy - Activated medicinal charcoal.Charcoal, What is it?We drink water filtered by it; breath are scrubbed with it; eat food purified through it; wear clothes made with it; preserve things in it; go to war with it; enjoy hundreds of dishes cooked by it; we move mountains with it; we make the night sky sparkle with it; grow our food and flowers in it; we take it with us to the bottom of the deepest oceans and out into space; swim in water washed with it; draw our inspirations with it; record man's history dipped in it: and then we call upon it to clean up many of our environmental mistakes. Not least and not last, medicinal charcoal plays an increasingly significant role in maintaining, restoring and enhancing man's level of health. No wonder we naturally warm up to it.qI heartily recomment The Complete Handbook of Medicinal Charcoal and It's Applications by author John Dinsley. As a physician, as a mother and grandmother, as a public health educator for the past 41 years, I have come to fully trust the efficacy and safety of charcoal as simple yet powerful home remedy. This book serves not only as a reference book of medicinal charcoal facts, but also brings together a hundred and fifty different charcoal experiences of individuals from around the world. People need this book. EVERY FAMILY, every healthcare worker, every traveler abroad, every health conscious individual needs a copy in their home library.q --Agatha Thrast, MD (Co-founder Uchee Pines Institute. Medical Examiner for the State of Georgia)Odors Foul odors fall into several categories; halitosis or bad breath stemming from poor oral health or indigestion; flatulence or intestinal gas; ... Charcoal not only binds the odors, but it may also stop the very process of decay that causes the odors. ... Instantly the odor vanished from the ulcer, and gradually left the house. : the Complete Handbook of Medicinal Charcoal and Its Applications
Author:John Dinsley - 2005-01-01


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