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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on 8 February 2004
It should be compulsory for every man, woman and child in the Western world to read this. Not in the least preachy and based on scientific fact, here is the real unvarnished truth about what goes on in your body and how it affects and is affected by the mess we have made of the Earth.
It is written in an typically accessible Bellamy style with chapters on various parts of the body (Dem Bones, The Waterworks etc)and cuts straight through to what you need to know, like the fact that millions of house dust-mites that eat the forty thousand skin flakes that we each lose every day, keeps our beds and houses clean. Each section comes interpersed with boxes about a particular food and how it helps us function. You are what you eat has never been so true.
While the majority of us live our lives by `facts' urged on us by advertising companies and manufacurers, in ever increasing sterile surroundings, this is a welcome antidote. So much more than a herbal.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on 15 May 2003
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Comprehensive guide to herbal remedies available in the market, to treat a range of ailments ranging from the common cold to heart disease, as well as to boost our immune systems and energy levels.
With accompanying advice from Britain's favourite telly botanist, who has spent decades in the research of ways to harness the curative powers of "nature's dispensary". And as expected from someone who has spent as much time in writing, it is geared for the family--very digestibly written.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 23 May 2003
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Comprehensive guide to herbal remedies available in the market, to treat a range of ailments ranging from the common cold to heart disease, as well as to boost our immune systems and energy levels.
With accompanying advice from Britain's favourite telly botanist, who has spent decades in the research of ways to harness the curative powers of "nature's dispensary". And as expected from someone who has spent as much time in writing, it is geared for the family--very digestibly written.
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on 11 September 2011
This is a very well written book. If you are just getting started in herbs then this is the place to begin. David Bellamy has made the subject of herbalism accessible to all in this book.
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on 28 August 2013
My sister in law had been trying to get one of these but they are out of print. She swears by it and has used it often.
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on 12 February 2015
good little book
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