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ORTHOPATHY by Herbert M. Shelton
Affections of the Brain and Nervous System
AFFECTIONS OF THE CEREBRAL MEMBRANES
CHRONIC CEREBRAL LEPTOMENINGITIS
CHRONIC CEREBRAL PACHYMENINGITIS
AFFECTIONS OF THE CEREBRUM
APOPLEXY - Cerebral
CEREBRAL EMBOLISM AND THROMBOSIS
CEREBRAL PARALYSIS IN CHILDREN
TUMORS OF THE BRAIN.
AFFECTIONS OF THE SPINAL CORD
CHRONIC ANTERIOR POLIOMYELITIS
HYPERTROPHIC CERVICAL PACHYMENINGITIS
MYELITIS - Acute
PSEUDO-HYPERTROPHIC MUSCULAR ATROPHY
AFFECTIONS OF THE NERVES
EPILEPSY (Falling Sickness)
HERPES ZOSTER (Shingles)
FUNCTIONAL NERVOUS AFFECTIONS
NEURASTHENIA (Nervous Prostration)
BITING THE NAILS
GRINDING THE TEETH
INFANTILE ECLAMPSIA (Spasms)
PICKING AT THE NOSE
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Note that disease terminology may have changed since 1941. Also note that, as Dr. Bass writes in "How important is diagnosis?" - drug-free healing/detox can reverse all of a person's diseases, known or unknown, also without correct name or diagnosis (unless too far gone).
"Orthopathy" by Dr. Herbert M. Shelton contains a comprehensive analysis of most known diseases, and a general classification and guide to their treatment, based upon a natural wholistic interpretation and approach.
Dr. Shelton represents one of the world's greatest authorities in "Natural Hygiene", a philosophy and method of living according to the laws of life and Nature's plan for men's highest health and happiness, compiled from 175 years of experience of some of the most brilliant medical doctors and teachers. He was also the foremost authority on the use of fasting in the treatment of diseases, in which he supervised approximately 50,000 cases.
This natural approach, interpretation and nutritional treatment of disease, is for those who are interested in an alternative, drugless, self-help method of understanding and treatment of most of men's illnesses.
Natural Hygiene Network 2006
"As the toxic saturation progresses the respiratory organs will be forced to assist in the work of elimination. --- The catarrh extends to the throat, nose, sinuses, ears and lower respiratory organs."