New Book Explains Natural, Healing Remedies
Apr 30, 2011 02:21PM
GreenHealing Press, in Cambridge, has released a new book, A Healer In Every Home, by Begabati Lennihan, RN, CCH. In writing the book, Lennihan drew on 15 years experience running a natural food store and 15 years of practicing and teaching homeopathy. The book, which aims to help readers use natural remedies confidently and effectively, features “hidden” treatments found in many natural food stores for first-aid, sports injuries, colds and flu.
“The book is meant to steer readers to the simplest, easiest-to-use remedies that are likely to work right away,” says Lennihan. “Natural remedies can shift the landscape of health care in America, replacing high-cost, high-tech, too-late interventions with a low-cost, personal responsibility, nip-things-in-the-bud approach.”
Lennihan says she also seeks to help people break the cycle of recurring infections in themselves and their children, save on co-pays for doctor visits and medications and reduce lost work time due to sick days. A Healer In Every Home encourages readers to find and partner with doctors that support the use of natural remedies; it is available in print or as an e-book from GreenHealing Press.