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Basic Home Remedies: A Macrobiotic Guide to Special Drinks, Compresses, Plasters, and Other Natural Applications Paperback – May 1994

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Michio Kushi is the leader of the international macrobiotic community. Over the last 30 years, he has helped guide thousands of individuals and families to greater health and happiness.

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for macrobiotic folks, and those eating a good plant-based diet with little sugar, dairy or meat, these really work Oct. 12 2014
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Good reference. Of course, the larger book "Macrobiotic Home Remedies" by Michio Kushi and Marc Van Cauwenberghe is more useful, but this smaller volume is a good reference for the most common recipes. For people eating a pretty clean, plant-based diet, these remedies really work, and they cause a lot less harm then over-the-counter medications such as aspirin. I recommend buying both books and having the basic ingredients on hand.

These recipes may NOT work so well for people eating a standard American diet. Their systems are not "quiet"; with so much going on from eating bad food, these remedies may not be able to be as effective.