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Natural Healing Book of Cures

By Terry Cooksey
  • Book ID : 148278890X
  • Publisher : Createspace Independent Pub
  • Pages : 206
  • Genre : Health & Fitness
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Book Summary:

Doctors tell you there's no cure for your disease? Of course they did since doctors have no cures! There is a cure for ALL disease. All are proven science. That's what this book is all about. There were cures for all disease throughout the history of man until the first chemical drugs were patented and mass produced in the 1940s. And in 75 years, the entire medical profession has abandoned ALL cures and ALL natural medicines. They have fought a 40 year drug war to protect the drug company drug monopolies and criminalize the use of our nation's #1 natural medicine; resulting in over 150 million Americans with at least one chronic disease doctors will never cure. Add to that, the saturation of poisons in our food and drink supplies, and there is no escape from chronic disease. But there IS a cure for every disease outside the medical profession. This book shares a lot of the cures man used up until the 1940s and also explains how to recognize and avoid the saturation of poisons in our food, drinks, water and hygiene items. The author shares his cures system he discovered to cure almost all disease. And it's not a theory or gimmicks. It is proven science the Author learned to save his own life and become the first person in this nation to cure himself of chronic kidney disease. In the process, he also cured himself of every disease he had: chronic kidney disease, heart disease, gout, arthritis, bleeding gums, intestinal bleeding, headaches, heartburn and even dandruff! That is something no doctors have ever done. No one was more surprised than the author himself! Now he shares that information and more in his new book. His cures system includes: Attitudes – Your Acidic body state – drinking filtered water – a shower filter – The Perfect Diet – Reading labels – Poisons in Your Drinks – Poisons in Your Food – Taking Vitamins – Taking Herbs – Fasting – Grocery shopping – Exercise The more you do these things, the better the results and the faster t

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