A prolific author and educator, Dr. Page has sold over a million books including "Healthy Healing", "Cooking For Healthy Healing", "How To Be Your Own Herbal Pharmacist", "Party Lights", "Detoxification" and a popular series of library books which address specific healing therapies for topics like menopause, male and female energy, stress and energy, colds and flu and cancer.
Dr. Page is an Adjunct Professor at Clayton College of Natural Health. She has appeared weekly on a CBS television station with a natural healing report; she is a principle speaker at national health symposiums and conventions; she is featured regularly in national magazines; she appears on hundreds of radio and television programs. She has just released a television program to PBS stations called "The World of Healthy Healing - Unleashing The Healing Power Of Herbs" a one-hour educational program that is entertaining and full of useful information about herbal healing.
Dr. Page delights in having come full circle: "I feel I am living my dream. I am so grateful that knowledge of healing through herbal formulas and good foods is becoming so widespread. I see it as an opportunity for people to seize the power to heal themselves. Knowledge is power. Whether one chooses conventional medicine, alternative healing avenues, or combines them both in a complementary process, the real prescription for healing is knowledge."
I concur with all the positive reviews I've read. This book is a life reference manual for anyone who wants to live healthfully. Read morePublished on July 2 2004 by Carol Engan Borrelli (author)
This book is a good reference for "what to do for ..." situations, such as "I have a migraine; what do I do? Read morePublished on Jan. 2 2003 by Uke-kyun
This book is absolutely indispensable in anyone's library. I've owned it for over 10 years and refer to it regularly for myself and my clients...Published on Oct. 15 2002
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