Early Book Review: Hands-On Healing Remedies: 150 Recipes for Herbal Balms, Salves, Oils, Liniments & Other Topical Therapies by Stephanie Tourles


Hands-On Healing Remedies: 150 Recipes for Herbal Balms, Salves, Oils, Liniments & Other Topical Therapies by Stephanie Tourles is a useful guide scheduled for release on December 4 2012. Remedies, recipes, and information for just about everything you might want to treat yourself is listed in alphabetical order by aliment type. Here is the information and instruction you would need to make and use your own liniments, salves, balms, aromatherapy tools, and so much more. Natural alternatives to specific commercial products are included, along with why you might want to switch to all natural treatments rather than some of the heavily chemical products we use unthinkingly.

Hands-On Healing Remedies is a ease to use, and completely understandable resource for those of us that create our own products for home use. I will admit to having already changed up some of my most often used recipes because of the ideas and explanations Tourles shared in the book. I really enjoyed that the book was in depth, so completely suitable for those that have never tried making home remedies before, but still offered solid and sometimes new insight to those of us that have been dabbling for quite some time.

Hands-On Healing Remedies is a valuable resource for crafters, families, the curious, natural health enthusiasts, homesteaders,  and anyone looking for a more natural approach to common first-aid and therapeutic needs. If you are interested in making your own first aid, aromatherapy, or cosmetic products, then this book would be a valuable addition t a home library. If you are just interested in learning a little more before committing to buying the  book, then borrow it from your local library, then give in and purchase it like I know will.
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