Description - Let'S Get Natural with Herbs by Debra Rayburn
A much needed comprehensive reference guide to ensure the safe and effective use of herbs and their preparations. Millions of people use vitamins or herbs along with prescription drugs and over the counter (OTC) medications. Find out which herbs and other nutritional supplements can help prescriptions work better or reduce adverse reactions. And which combinations are dangerous and should never be taken together. This title helps to separates fact from fiction concerning herbal medicine. It provides information on over 400 botanicals ranging from well-known herbs such as Camomile and Ginseng to less familiar herbs such as Kava and Muirapuama; and Botanical remedies that enhance the body's ability to heal itself. These safe, non-invasive therapies are proving to be more powerful than the often harmful drugs and surgeries that comprise the modern medicines of today. This title features appropriate precautions, adverse reactions, and possible prescription drug and over the counter (OTC) interactions with the use of herbs and other nutritional supplements. It is the only natural health reference book that is both comprehensive and user-friendly.
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(279mm x 216mm x mm)
Ozark Mountain Publishing
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Author Biography - Debra Rayburn
Debra J. Rayburn has over 20 years experience in the alternative health field with an emphasis on Phytotherapy as well as the use of other nutritional supplements including amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. She has spent numerous years researching natural approaches to health and wellness, and has collected extensive information about the medicinal properties of plants as well as other natural, noninvasive modalities that enhance the body's natural healing powers. Debra is an accomplished sculptor, a gifted writer of poetry, and a practitioner of various therapeutic modalities including aromatherapy, meditation, relaxation therapy, healing touch, and reflexology, as well as other wellness therapies to include art, music, and color. Her interest in the plant kingdom has stemmed since childhood. Exploring field and forest, she would stop to closely examine the wide variety of plants and flowers she would come across. A miracle indeed, that a creation of such beauty and simplicity can be utilized in the health and wellness of all. Debra currently lives in the Rocky Mountain region.