Can colorless nail polish stop a cold sore from blossoming? How can silverware be used to make a leg cramp subside? Do kiwi fruit, carrots, apples and avocados lower cholesterol? Will ankle-pinching relieve stress?
Why not? We all know that chicken soup really does help when you have a cold–and so do the rest of the remedies in this amazing collection of practical, easy-to-use, doctor-approved treatments for a wide variety of ailments.
Turn the pages and find age-old wisdom, common sense advice, and up-to-date information, plus an all-new chapter on weight control–everything to help you help yourself feel good. As the authors’ grandmother would say, "What could be bad?"
About Chicken Soup & Other Folk Remedies
For generations, people have believed that nature’s gifts have an important place in treating all kinds of ailments. Whether it’s horseradish and honey for coughing, ginger for memory, or balding medicine, this helpful practical book, contains easy-to-prepare medicines, age-old wisdom and common-sense advice.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
Published by Ballantine Books Sep 12, 2000| 272 Pages| 5-1/2 x 8-1/4| ISBN 9780345440617
Published by Ballantine Books Jun 02, 2010| 272 Pages| ISBN 9780307755261