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Herbal Antivirals: Natural Remedies for Emerging & Resistant Viral Infections Paperback – Sep 24 2013
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“Whether for everyday well-being or in dealing with dangerous diseases, plants offer natural options for improved health. … Herbal Antivirals help[s] put plant power in the reader’s hands.”
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Protect Yourself with Natural Treatments for Viral Infections
Viruses are smart, mutating and becoming resistant to antiviral pharmaceuticals. Global crises such as SARS and dengue fever spread more quickly than we can develop medicines to fight them, and every season there are new flu strains that challenge the effectiveness of vaccines.
Build your immunity and protect yourself with broad-spectrum herbal treatments. Stephen Harrod Buhner profiles the plants that have proven most effective in fighting viral infections and provides in-depth instructions for preparing and using formulations to address the most common infections and to strengthen your immunity, safely and naturally.
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My criticism would be that this isn't the most user-friendly resource, especially if you're new to herbal medicines. The index doesn't always cross-reference common names vs. "latin names", so I need to google latin names sometimes in order to find a plant I want to know more about. I would say that this and the herbal antibiotic books should be used as companion resources and not as exhaustive herbal medicine resources.
Though the books are not exactly as I'd like, I find myself learning more every time I open them, and I've even started making my own tinctures.
So far, I have had to read them over and over again, and now made most of the tinctures whose herbs I could source, and ordered the rest of either the herbs or the tinctures online. Several of the herbal antivirals (and antibiotics) he recommends take some work to find, especially if you are looking for a one-stop shop. (There is a list of U.S. sources both in the index, and on his Lyme website that will save you time. In Canada, this is more difficult, but I have had some success with Harmonic Arts in BC, and I'm sure there are others in your part of the world). I feel I have a wonderful authoritative guide that I can use for the rest of my life and have taken a great leap forward in putting tools in my tool case for battling the unwanted pathogens that I expect to encounter.
Other reviewers have given excellent overviews of the information Buhner provides, which I have truly benefited from.Read more ›