BREAKING BRANCHES:: and Enjoying Backyard Living

Robin Elliott
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Some ailments can be unpredictable. But, knowing what steps you can take to decrease or eliminate unpredictable suffering is the key to obtaining optimum health. This book can help and contains proven, low-cost, easy to make, healing recipes and remedies made of ingredients found in your own backyard. 

My hope is that this book will broaden your understanding of the natural choices available and accessible to heal and strengthen our bodies. I hope this book also communicates how making simple lifestyle changes can enhance overall well-being and the well-being of those around us.

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Robin Elliott
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Sep 5, 2017
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46
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9781549512995
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English
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