Human Life Its Philosophy and Laws; An Exposition of the Principles and Practices of Orthopathy

Human Life Its Philosophy and Laws; An Exposition of the Principles and Practices of Orthopathy

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2013 Reprint of 1928 Edition. Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. This book holds a unique place in the history of natural hygiene. It is a book for all times, all seasons, and all people. It was the first book to give detailed historical and practical credit to most all of the brilliant pioneers who were responsible for establishing the foundations for orthopathy. "Orthopathy" also called "Natural Hygiene," is an alternative medical philosophy derived from naturopathy. It advocates a vegetarian, raw food diet with periods of intermittent fasting. Contents: Health and Its Conditions and Requirements; The Laws of Life; Living Matter Cures Itself; Is Disease Friend or Foe; Early Orthopathic Ideas of Disease; Acute Disease a Curative Process; Self-Limited Disease; The Rational of Inflammation and Fever; Physiological Compensation; Acute Disease not a Radical Cure; Unity of Disease and Symptoms; Causes of Disease; Germs; Perversions; Feeding; Fasting; Sunshine and Sun-Baths; Physical Exercise; Hygiene of Health; Care of Wounds; Place of Art; Passing of the Plagues; Suppression of Disease and its Results.
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  • Paperback | 554 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 28mm | 975g
  • English
  • 161427505X
  • 9781614275053
  • 407,634

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