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The Natural Medicine Guide to Addiction

As with depression, addiction has increased to the point that we are in the midst of a worldwide epidemic. This book explores the problem from the perspective that the causes of addiction lie in imbalances on the physical, psychoemotional, and/or spiritual or psychic levels. The natural medicine (alternative medicine) approach is based on addressing the underlying imbalances in the individual. This approach offers the potential for lasting recovery from addiction. The addictions discussed in the book include addiction to cigarettes, alcohol, street drugs, prescription drugs, work, sex, and food.

The book covers a wide range of natural medicine treatments for addiction, with original material drawn from extensive interviews with physicians and other healers who, with many years of experience, are now innovators in their perspective fields. Case studies throughout illustrate the practical application of the therapeutic modalities.

Among the natural medicine therapies featured are amino acid therapy/neurotransmitter restoration, traditional Chinese medicine/acupuncture, flower essence therapy, NAET (allergy elimination), family systems therapy, Seemorg Matrix Work, Thought Field Therapy, and psychic healing.

Hampton Roads Publishing, 2004; 225 pages; ISBN 1-57174-290-5

See Table of Contents           Read excerpt: Chapter 1

Book cover art by Loyd Chapplow, © 2003

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Links to some of the doctors/practitioners whose work is covered in
The Natural Medicine Guide to Addiction:

William M. Hitt, PhD

Patricia Kaminski
Flower Essence Society

Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD

Devi S. Nambudripad, MD, DC, LAc, PhD

Thomas M. Rau, MD
Paracelsus Klinik

Tony Roffers, PhD

Julia Ross, MA
Recovery Systems


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