A Handbook of Natural Health Care

by T. L. Riabokin

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/15/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 528
ISBN : 9781504350785
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 530
ISBN : 9781504350792

About the Book

Your body does nothing randomly. It is always talking to you. It is always telling you what you need to do to get well and stay healthy.

Take a good look at yourself. Your health history and your healing prescriptions are written all over your body …

Listening to and obeying your body’s cues can help you become much more self reliant regarding your health. What are some of these cues?

  • desiring specific foods
  • breathing patterns
  • skin blemishes
  • itches
  • certain behaviors

What does a craving for sweet or sour really mean in your body? How should you best respond? What does the appearance and location of a mole mean? How does the location of your pain direct you to proper therapeutic choices? The Twelve Elixirs are your guide. They are your birthright. Mastering any one of them will direct you to better health. Such self-reliance requires basic knowledge and calls for the common sense health guidance once acquired at the knees of our mothers and fathers.

Patient X grew back a chipped tooth. Patient Y regained her sight. Patient Z eliminated her chronic pain. They did so in part by partaking of The Twelve Elixirs.

Mastering the art of living healthfully is neither complicated nor difficult; it only requires awakening the knowledge you already possess, and nobody knows your body like you do.

About the Author

A Minnesota native, Dr. Riabokin has been in private family practice as a holistic chiropractic physician since 1982. A graduate of Northwestern Health Sciences University Chiropractic doctorate program and a diplomat of the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncturists and Oriental Medicine, her practice encourages patients to take charge of their own health and, thereby, decrease their reliance on doctors—of any kind. Dr. R., as she is known to her patients, continues to practice in Hopkins and Ely, Minnesota.