304 pages - Author: John Dinsley
History, science, and practical applications of medicinal charcoal in hospitals and homes, for people and for pets. When and how to give activated charcoal internally, and when and how to apply it externally for a broad range of health conditions. 6 in. x 9 in. (304 pages). Also available in Spanish.
“I heartily recommend CharcoalRemedies.com The Complete Handbook of Medicinal Charcoal and Its Applications. As a physician, as a mother and grandmother, as a public health educator for the past 41 years, I have come to fully trust the efficacy and safety of charcoal as a simple yet powerful home remedy. This book serves not only as a reference book of medicinal charcoal facts, but also brings together a hundred and fifty different charcoal experiences of individuals from around the world. People need this book. EVERY FAMILY, every healthcare worker, every traveler abroad, every health conscious individual needs a copy in their home library.” Agatha M. Thrash, MD - Co-founder Uchee Pines Institute. Former Medical Examiner for the State of Georgia
"MOST PROGRESSIVE HEALTH BOOK" 2006 Independent Publisher Book Awards - Honorable Mention
"Great combination of storytelling and medical information." "In a world gone pharma-crazy, we need more books about natural health remedies like this." "This book presents a world wonder that's almost too simple to be believed."
Section I Chapters - My Personal Acquaintance with Charcoal:
A Little Bit of Black Magic
How Do You Spell Relief?
Section II Chapters – Charcoal Science, History and Facts:
Submarines, Space Stations, and Roses
A Lamb Among Lions
Ancient and Modern Medicine
Section III Chapters – Real People and True Stories:
Poison in the Home
At Home on the Job
Salting the Oats
Spiders and Company
Believe It or Not
From Head to Toe
Section IV Chapters – Animals and Environment:
Camels, Puppies, Chickens and Other Friends
Section V Chapters – Other Simple Remedies:
On the Lighter Side
Section VI Chapters – The Whole Person:
Some Outlandish Name
A Family Practice
First Do No Harm
None of These Diseases
Consumed By Fire
Emergency First Aid
Some Substances Absorbed by Activated Charcoal
About the Author: Born in British Columbia, Canada, John Dinsley has lived, traveled and worked from South America to the North Pole, from Nova Scotia to Nepal. He is trained as a Lifestyle Counselor, teaches public health programs, home remedies workshops, and has operated a family care home. He is a carpenter by trade, has managed an organic market garden business, and volunteered in overseas development work. When he is not building, teaching or gardening, he enjoys writing.
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