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The Hevert Collection includes twelve volumes that bring the very best literature from the remarkable Lüst journals of the early 20th century to contemporary naturopathic doctors. The collection includes such titles as Philosophy of Naturopathic Medicine, Dietetics of Naturopathic Medicine, Principles of Naturopathic Medicine and Vaccinations and Naturopathic Medicine. The final four volumes will be published soon.
Henry Lindlahr, M.D. (1862-1924), a proponent of scientific naturopathy, explains how all disease arises from a few causes. Discussions on treatment principles include the laws of cure, negative effects of symptom suppression, the benefits of fasting, manipulation, homeopathy, dietetics, and how to address chronic disease.
"Found in this book are hints and advices for the healthy and the sick on a simple and rational mode of life and a natural method of cure."
A treatise on naturopathic practice: Based on the principles and therapeutic application of the physical modes and methods of treatment (non-medical therapy) by O. Juettner
Publication Date: 1916
Universal naturopathic encyclopedia, directory and buyers' guide: Year book of drugless therapy for 1918-19 by Benedict Lust; L. Kuhne; E. E. Purington
Publication Date: 1918
Containing E.E. Purington: Efficiency in drugless healing, L. Kuhne: Neo-naturopathy ... L. Kuhne: The science of facial expression ... a register of qualified naturopathic physicians ... a list of naturopathic colleges. Butler, N.J.: Author.