Nature Cure: Philosophy & Practice Based On The Unity Of Disease & Cure

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The classic early guide to holistic medicine, “Nature Cure” contains a scientific regimen for the restoration and maintenance of health and a complete system of treatment for all forms of acute and chronic ailments. It supplies at once the inspiration and the means to the fullest possible development of physical, mental and moral powers. Dr. Lindlahr was the founder of American Naturopathy and int...

Paperback: 456 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 6, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1511608781
ISBN-13: 978-1511608787
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 3072757
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In fact, I wish there was a series devoted to Carter. Great honeymoon travel journal for a couple to capture all of the magical, romantic and fun moments of their honeymoon. He is a genius with a very wry sense of humor. ebook Nature Cure: Philosophy & Practice Based On The Unity Of Disease & Cure Pdf Epub. com or by just searching Amazon. I love the last line he wrote "Only God is Alpha and Omega; only God is truth". All it would take was a proofread. One thing I appreciate is the proofreading. I think science really backs up some of his conclusions he reach nearly a century ago using a Hebrew Bible.
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After 37 years in the practice of alternative healing I can still highly recommend this book by Henry Lindlahr. First published in the early 1900s it has much valuable information still valid today. Perhaps most importantly is the way he presents the...



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United States to the German Nature Cure movement. In this remarkable century-old book will be found the roots of many current new-age, new-thought, and self-help therapies currently in the public mind, as well as the best of natural medical wisdom. Nature Cure is written in 41 chapters, each of which addresses philosophy, specific modalities, or avenues of therapy.Introduction What is Nature Cure? Catechism of Nature Cure What is Life? The Unity of Disease and Treatment--The Three Primary Causes of Disease Natural Methods of Treatment Accumulation of Morbid Matter and Poisons Mental and Emotional Influences The Unity of Acute Diseases The Laws of Cure Suppression Versus Elimination Doctrine from an Allopathic Authority Cancer Caused by Over-Living Inflammation Venereal Diseases--The Destructive After-Effects of Mercury "Suppressive" Surgical Treatment of Tonsilitis and Enlarged Adenoids . Cancer--Not a Local, but a Constitutional Disease Woman's Suffering--The Climacteric or Change of Life The Natural Remedies--The Electro-Magnetic Effects of Cold-Water Applications . The True Scope of Medicine The Efficiency of the Small Dose Homeopathy a Complement of Nature Cure . Homeopathy--The Personal Responsibility of the Cell Vaccination Surgery--Destruction or Cure; Which is Better Chronic Diseases The Law of Sevens Why Nature Cure Achieves Results The Treatment of Chronic Diseases--Diagnosis from the Eye Vitality--Stimulation by Paralysis--Hypnotism and Obsession Natural Dietetics--Mixing Fruits and Vegetables Mixing Starches and Acid Fruits . Acid Diseases--The Relationship between Foods and Acid Diseases . Fasting--When Fasting is Indicated Hydrotherapy in the Treatment of Chronic Diseases Air and Light Baths--The Importance of the Skin as an Organ of Elimination Correct Breathing--Rhythmical Breathing Yogi Breathing Physical Exercises Manipulative Treatment--Massage--Osteopathy--Chiropractic The Legitimate Scope of Mental and Metaphysical Healing . The Difference Between Functional and Organic Disease--The Limitations of Metaphysical Healing The Two-fold Attitude of Mind and Soul The Symphony of Life The Three-fold Constitution of Man. Mental Therapeutics--Positive Affirmations The Strengthening of Will-Power and Self-Control Payne's Soliloquy