Homemade Antibiotics

Homemade Antibiotics
Author: Betty McBride
Publsiher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages: 48
Release: 2018-01-14
ISBN: 9781983844522
Category: Electronic Book
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Homemade Antibiotics Book Excerpt:

Homemade Antibiotics: TOP 30 Effective Natural Remedies And Best Organic Recipes For Healing Without Pills Ready, start, learn... Welcome to the start of a journey that will teach more about your body, viruses, infections, and the natural remedies that can help you shore up your immune system and treat any illness that requires antibiotics and other antivirals. This book is written to help you: Learn more about your immune system and how it works Learn about the effects of prescribed antibiotics Learn about herbal alternatives to antibiotics and antivirals Find essentials oils to boost the immune system Mix herbals and essential oil blends to combat colds, viruses and infections So, if you are ready to learn more about how your body works and a little about natural health, swipe the page, and let's get started!

Homemade Antibiotics

Homemade Antibiotics
Author: Betty McBride,Gwendoline Jennings
Publsiher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages: 108
Release: 2018-03-09
ISBN: 9781986006576
Category: Electronic Book
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Homemade Antibiotics Book Excerpt:

Homemade Antibiotics: 55 Most Effective Natural Remedies To Relief Your Pain And Heal Yourself Book#1: Homemade Antibiotics: TOP 30 Effective Natural Remedies And Best Organic Recipes For Healing Without Pills Ready, start, learn... Welcome to the start of a journey that will teach more about your body, viruses, infections, and the natural remedies that can help you shore up your immune system and treat any illness that requires antibiotics and other antivirals. This book is written to help you: Learn more about your immune system and how it works Learn about the effects of prescribed antibiotics Learn about herbal alternatives to antibiotics and antivirals Find essentials oils to boost the immune system Mix herbals and essential oil blends to combat colds, viruses and infections So, if you are ready to learn more about how your body works and a little about natural health, swipe the page, and let's get started! Book#2: Pain Relief Remedies: TOP 25 Natural Recipes With Essential Oils And Herbs To Relief Your Pain Instantly Most of us are familiar with the famous adage "prevention is better than the cure." When you use essential oils they will not only cure ailments, but prevent them from recurring. Essential oils have immunity boosting powers, unlike commercial medicines, this will help to prevent diseases. You can make essential oils as part of your daily life even when you are not ill, to help keep your body healthy without side-effects. How will this help you? There are certain aromas that help humans to feel well. Just imagine you are smelling a fresh boutique of roses, or coriander, sage. Feel how mint can help your body to breath with ease again. It may not be a particular illness that is causing symptoms it could be down to bad habits such as smoking. Smoking will cause your lungs and bronchial passages to be blocked and essential oils can put that right and make the user feel the advantages almost immediately. Think of walking into a room that you are greeted with a pleasant odor and how that made you feel. Common aromas that are known to help the human wellbeing are aromas such as lime, lemongrass, and marjoram. Each of these essential oils will make your body feel stimulated and at peace. When the essential oils are released there are so many aspects of health that they can touch, from aiding in the healing of skin to helping your hair look healthy and shiny. When essential oils release their goodness you will instantly feel the positive benefits that are derived from them. This book will help you know most cures of diseases by use of Herbs and Essential Oils. READ ON

Secret Agents

Secret Agents
Author: Madeline Drexler
Publsiher: Joseph Henry Press
Total Pages: 326
Release: 2002-02-23
ISBN: 9780309076388
Category: Science
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Secret Agents Book Excerpt:

So you think modern medicine has the whole virus game figured out? Think again. And it's not even a question of "if" we'll be hit by some new and deadly diseaseâ€"it's "when." The war on germs is being fought on many frontsâ€"from the skirmishes with disease-carrying mosquitoes that cross oceans hidden away in airline wheel wells to the high-profile battle against terrorists wielding deadly bioweapons. Today's bold headlines would have us believe that the biggest threat comes from bioterrorism. But don't underestimate Mother Nature, perhaps the most savage bioterrorist of all. Assisted by the increasing ease with which peopleâ€"and the germs they carryâ€"move across international borders, she's an effective force to be reckoned with, a key player on this battlefield. As author Madeline Drexler makes clear, we'd do best not to ignore her. Human beings and the pathogens that attack them are crossing paths more and more frequently, particularly as modern life grows increasingly complex. Whatever the infectious agent may be, whether it's pandemic flu, foodborne illness, a debilitating disease carried far and wide by biting insects, or some new microbial horror we have yet to detect, keen surveillance and rapid response are really the only weapons in our arsenal. Secret Agents looks at today's new and emerging infectionsâ€"those that have increased in attack rate or geographic range, or threaten to do soâ€"and tells the stories of scientists racing to catch up with invisible adversaries superior in both speed and guile. Each chapter focuses on a different threat: foodborne pathogens, antibiotic resistance, animals and insectborne diseases, pandemic influenza, infectious causes of chronic disease, and bioterrorism, including the latest information on the public health threats posed by anthrax and diseases such as smallpox. Based in part on material collected from the Forum on Emerging Infections hosted by the Institute of Medicine in Washington, D.C., Secret Agents is ultimately as engaging as it is disturbing. Drexler's thorough survey of the field of infectious disease, supplemented by extensive interviews with today's top researchers, yields a compelling portrait of a world engaged in a clandestine war. Emerging infections are among the many secret ties that bind the world into an organic whole. We know that infectious disease is an inescapable part of life, but we need to begin thinking globally and acting locally if we are to avoid the menace of a catastrophic outbreak of some new plague. Secret Agents sounds a clear and compelling call to take up arms against the organic predators among us.