Contents[edit | edit source]
- Chapter 1: Introduction - Introduction to the basics, some history on the origins of some of the most popular home remedies, and why home remedies are an effective way to treat common ailments.
- Chapter 2: The Common Cold and Other Infections - Grandma's chicken soup isn't as useless as originally thought.
- Chapter 3: Nausea, Headaches, and Other Everyday Ailments - Including common causes and methods of prevention.
- Chapter 4: Acne, Warts and Other Skin Problems - Solutions to common skin problems.
- Chapter 5: Sprains, Sores, and Cuts - Heal faster, better, and safer.
- Chapter 6: Bites and Stings - Tell those bugs to hit the road and treat what they leave behind.
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