Bali Natural Herbs and Their Uses

It’s here, and it’s beautiful! The first printing of my newest book, Healing Herbs of Paradise, just arrived. I haven’t felt this proud since I opened my Sears Institute for Anti-Aging Medicine. The vibrant colors and authentic photography set this book apart. How can a book measure up to an entire wellness clinic, you ask? Well, it’s the end result of a lifelong challenge I’ve given myself… to bring ancient healing knowledge to people like you all over the world. As modern medicine continues to make “advances,” I cringe as more and more knowledge is left by the wayside. Trampled by Big Pharma and laid to waste by our modern agrarian society, thousands of years of simple, effective cures are quietly going extinct. That’s why I’ve made it my life’s mission to preserve this incredible knowledge and bring it to my patients and readers around the globe. Because if I don’t, I’m afraid no one else will. That’s why I’ve written my newest book, Healing Herbs of Paradise. As I’ve hiked through humid jungles and traipsed down sandy beaches in far-off countries, I’ve often wished you could be there with me. Sitting with my friends like Ivey in Jamaica or Lelir and Westi in Bali. Hearing them speak about simple cures that prevent disease and change lives. Cures that might be gone, lost to history in another generation or two as modern society continues to creep. But ...
Source: Al Sears, MD Natural Remedies - Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Tags: Natural Cures Source Type: news

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