The Healing Foods Patricia Hausman and Judith Benn Hurley
Herb Bible Peter McHoy and Pamela Westland
Herbs and Things Jeanne Rose
Natural Medicines and Cures Your Doctor Never Tells You About
Prescription for Nutritional Healing: A Practical A-Z Reference to Drug Free Remedies Using Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs, and Food Supplements James F Balch and Phyllis A Balch
Weight: 11 lbs
Method of Disposal: Gave to Mom for Christmas
I gave these books as gifts, along with some newly purchased ones, to my mother for Christmas. It is funny that I am just now getting rid of them right as I am starting to develop an interest in healing foods. I kept my juicing book and bought a juicer, and it has been fabulous. I love that little Omega. I am constantly making juice. I lug it with me when I go to friend’s houses and use it often at home. The Farmer’s Market really helps keep the costs lower. I have to use a lot of fruits and vegetables to get the amount of juice I want, but it is absolutely worth it. The best tasting recipe is apples, pears, and fennel. Mmmmhmmm. But I am loving the beet juice too.
These books came from a variety of places, but some were probably mom’s before she moved to Taiwan so they have gone back to their original and rightful home. She seems to be getting good use out of them and shares plenty of valuable information with me. I am currently learning about the wonders of wheat grass, seaweed, beets, and other nutrient packed foods. I think even writing this has made me thirsty. I am off to make carrot juice!