Guide useful and practical tips for better health
A classic and natural health, based on knowledge and experience of Alfred Vogel (1902-1996), known Swiss pioneer of natural medicine. The little Doctor, translated into 12 languages, has been consulted by millions of people around the world, both to learn about healthy living and to find solutions to various diseases. This book teaches how to prevent illness and improve health through the use of medicinal plants and other natural therapies. A practical manual and essential for the family should not miss in any home. Revised and expanded edition, with an alphabetical index at the end of the book that allows a quick search of disorders and natural remedies.
The book The Little Doctor Swiss pioneer of natural medicine Alfred Vogel first appeared in 1952. However, its popularity is still quite evident. What could be the reason for the timelessness? Do your simple and direct advice clarifiers? Your deep knowledge on medicinal plants and folk medicine? Or perhaps due to the very person of Alfred Vogel, who died in 1996 at the age of 94, which became a symbol of a way of life and promoting health in very close contact with nature? One thing is clear: a classic manual on natural medicine as Little Doctor should not be missing in any household. The recent addition of a new record of disorders and photographs have made the book more practical and manageable than in previous editions. According to Professor Dr. h.c. Hildebert Wagner, author of the preface: "The charisma and personality of Alfred Vogel radiate even in modern times and we convey the message that this valuable manual, passed in 2000, can still be useful for healthy and sick."
Alfred Vogel, through its publications and numerous lectures around the world, unveiled to the public the results of their research on medicinal plants (herbal medicine) as well as practical experience in nutrition and naturopathy. His best-selling books and magazine Health News, which he led for nearly 50 years have contributed greatly to disseminate their knowledge and views on healthy living, nutrition, prevention and natural treatment of disease, both in its country and abroad. In the words of Dr. M. M. Verheyen, Diagnostic Center for Preventive Medicine Homeopathy Naturopathic and Maastricht, "Alfred Vogel was a very important figure in natural medicine, comparable to people like Hahnemann and Samuel Sebastian Kneipp."