One Weird Trick That Could Save Your Life Is In New Herbs And Spices Book
Text reveals the benefits of herbs and spices already in your kitchen
- Heart disease
- Memory Loss
- Insulin resistance
Individuals with chronic, recurrent, and painful conditions often search for natural cures with little luck. A lack of clear explanations and the failure to simplify complex scientific materials for a lay audience intimidates many individuals who seek better health from nature.
It's already obvious to many. There are many powerful healing agents lurking in the kitchen. Surprisingly, it is relatively easy to cure everything from infections to heart attacks using the power of a well-stocked spice cabinet. For example, cayenne pepper reportedly can stop a heart attack! Best-selling author Sharon Daniels has compiled nature's remedies in an easy to understand format.
The new book by Sharon Daniels, Healing with Herbs and Spices, simplifies the science behind naturally healing formulas that work. Readers will find natural healing remedies for even the most challenging conditions. Additionally, Sharon offers an explanation of why and how these remedies work.
When asked about her book, Sharon stated "I want people to be healthier. Many of my titles focus on the cures that already can be found in your kitchen. Why take supplements when you have a reliable cure in your kitchen cupboard? With my latest book, I give my readers a chance to see just how complex and amazing nature's healing remedies are."
In celebration of this new book's release, the Kindle version of Sharon Daniels' new book is being offered for less than one dollar, for a limited time only. Find out the secrets of nature's healing phytonutrients and antioxidants today with Healing with Herbs and Spices.
About Sharon Daniels
Author Sharon Daniels lives in North Carolina, where every year, springtime pollen falls in blankets and sinus infections abound. Her own health problems led Sharon to investigate natural remedies, following years of little success with Western medicine. In her books, she shares her research and the knowledge she has gained, hoping to help families and individuals everywhere on the road to better health. When she's not writing (which isn't often), she enjoys baking, going for endless walks, and secretly reading Harry Potter.
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