Clean Cures: The Humble Art of Zen-Curing Yourself

Clean Cures: The Humble Art of Zen-Curing Yourself

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Clean Cures: The Humble Art of Zen-Curing Yourself by Michael DeJong

Why use strong chemicals to treat minor ailments when there are safe, natural, and effective remedies that relieve everything from aching muscles to toothaches to zits?

Clean Cures is the new book in the successful Clean series—all written by cleaning expert Michael DeJong, beautifully packaged by visionary designer Joost Elffers, and espousing a green philosophy that offers substitutes for mass-produced products. DeJong bases his cures on just six essential elements, used alone or in combination: baking soda, honey, lemon, olive oil, salt, and apple cider vinegar. And with these simple, inexpensive, readily available ingredients, he concocts therapies for an A to Z of problems: aching joints, bad breath, colic, insect bites, nosebleeds, sinus headaches, warts, and much more. There’s even help for such nagging troubles as sleep disorders and panic attacks!

With solutions that are gentle on the body—and on the earth—this is the perfect little volume for anyone interested in alternative healing. 

 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781402776380
Publisher: Sterling
Publication date: 10/06/2009
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
File size: 632 KB

About the Author

Inspirational cleaning guru, author, and artist Michael DeJong has a Web site dedicated to the Clean program  —www.mykindofclean.com—as well as popular blogs on the Huffington Post, The Daily Green and www.ZenCleansing.com. DeJong has written articles for Women’s Day, This Old House, and Martha Stewart’s Blueprint magazine, and has appeared on The CBS Early Show, LifetimeTV.com, Martha Stewart Radio, and in the Chicago Tribune and USA Weekend, among other publications. Clean was included in the trainee kit for Al Gore’s Climate Project and in the Green Room goody bag at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival.

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