#MyGrandmasHealthSecretsRevealed - 221 Home Remedies
RELEASE DATE: December 2018
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This book is offering simple and easily affordable natural solutions that are readily available for treating many common ailments without leaving your kitchen, your backyard or your veggie patch. The benefits of using natural health remedies quickly become obvious when you start implementing them into your lifestyle.
In a nutshell, they are:
Created by Mother Nature.
No harm or side effects.
Cheaper on a budget.
Treat common conditions the way Mother Nature intended.
Plus, they are:
Easy to get. Natural home remedies include common substances like salt, vinegar, bicarbonate of soda or vodka as well as herbs, vegetables, fruits and spices.
Easy to make. A preparation of natural remedies at home such as tinctures, infusions and decoctions usually requires no special equipment.
Not harmful. As most of those remedies are also good for cooking, they are not poisonous or contaminated with harmful chemicals (hopefully).
Wide coverage. Natural home remedies treat a broad specter of minor illnesses: from heartburn, diarrhea or back pain to bad breath, leg cramps, bleeding gums, sore throat or indigestion.
Biological relevance. The active substances of plants and the physiologically active substances of the body are relevant to each other and not contradictory versus how it could be with artificially created chemicals.
About the Author
Natasha Lukin is a scientist, specialised in human biology, positive psychology practitioner, NLP life coach, health educator and writer. But that’s not all. She considers herself lucky being exposed from the early age to traditional knowledge of natural healing and cures. Her Russian grandmother from mother's side used to use simple solutions for common conditions like bruises and cuts, colds and sore throats, and many others. She taught Natasha that her 'kitchen medicine' was always at hand: from salt, vinegar and vodka to herbs, spices and dried fruit. At the same time her grand uncle from her father side was a professor of Botany and the author of a number of books on medicinal herbs. That also contributed to Natasha's early interest to traditional medicine.
Therefore, in her approach to natural health solutions Natasha utilises her scientific background in combination with the traditional health solutions, proven over generations. She touched on that subject in her recent book "The Lukin Longevity System" and got comments suggesting to her to elaborate on that matter. That is how this book has been born.
We are proudly interviewing the author and writer in February 2019. Presenter: Nadia Pleshkova, photographer: Daniel Penn, photos: Stan Traianedes, date to be re-confirmed. please stay tuned!
// 2018 interviews with Natasha: http://butterflyandfox.weebly.com/interview-with-a-writer-t…