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  • Title: Folk Medicine
  • Author: D.C. Jarvis
  • ISBN: 9780345471741
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Hardcover

  • For centuries the vigorous and healthy families of Vermont have passed down simple commonsense home remedies for all sorts of common aches and pains, from one generation to the next Dr Jarvis spent years practicing medicine in the Green Mountains and observed the natural wonders of Vermont folk medicine He shares that wisdom in this helpful book in order to help you buFor centuries the vigorous and healthy families of Vermont have passed down simple commonsense home remedies for all sorts of common aches and pains, from one generation to the next Dr Jarvis spent years practicing medicine in the Green Mountains and observed the natural wonders of Vermont folk medicine He shares that wisdom in this helpful book in order to help you burn body fat and decrease body weight, improve sleep and overcome chronic fatigue, reduce high blood pressure, and much .
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    Rather fond of this old timer. Classic folk wisdom. Appreciate the doctor's tripod of nutritional body type : Alpine, Mediterranean, Nordic. My breakfast preference being fish, easy to accept Jarvis Nordic eating guidelines. Bag balm and vinegar staples, too.6/26/17 : a trail of stickiesForward -- "I am a fifth-generation Vermonter trained in organized medicine Vermont folk medicine not part of my formal training set about learning it studies led to considerable readjustment of orthodox appr [...]

    I'm not sure what I expected from this book but it turned out to be pretty interesting to me. Dr. Jarvis was a physician in Vermont and apparently observed animals for a lot of his treatments. Born in 1881 and died in 1966. This book was first published in 1958. There were times when the book got a little boring with his facts and observations but it was still interesting at how he got his information. It has me believing that I need to include apple cider vinegar and honey in my daily diet. The [...]

    I loved this book by Jarvis. Reading it is like sitting in a cozy living room in the mountains, fire crackling, a cup of tea in handd Jarvis walking me through the old ways of Vermont folks. He simplifies and breaks down physiological processes in a very palatable way. And, I love how he draws his scientific conclusions on effectiveness of medicine through obersvation of nature, animals, and humans. I am also a true convert to apple cider vinger and honey and the importance of minerals and iodin [...]

    Rebecca Child
    quick read. half-way through. The author is an M.D. from 1950's, a lot of the Vermont folk medicine he shares makes sense to me, but I am inclined to believe in nutrition before drugs. Big themes: take honey & apple cider vinegar every day. There's a section on the "minus family pattern" where he practically paints a portrait of me, which was creepy, but interesting. I can share more if anyone is interested. he learned a lot by studying the behavior of animals & by testing the apple cide [...]

    Dr. Jarvis spent his medical career serving the rural state of Vermont and studying the folk medicine practices he found there. The results of his lifetime work in this area are published in this 1958 book aptly titled Folk Medicine. To read it today is to go back in a time machine to visit a rural doctor of the first half of the 20th century who is studying the folk medicines of his time. He speaks of people growing up close to the land, small farmers eating their locally grown crops and the pr [...]

    This book is by a Vermont doctor who looks into the folk medicine used by people in Vermont. He basically takes the folk medicine practice and explains scientifically why it works. He backs up his study by discussing patients and how they were cured using the folk medicine. He also discusses scientific studies that were performed using the folk medicine practices. He worked with other doctors and universities. He talks mostly about medicinal uses for Apple Cider Vinegar and honey. Some other ite [...]

    Brenna Bonner
    After a lifetime of research and experimentation, Dr. Jarvis gives his observations and recommendations for health and healing. I found this book scientifically based, logical, simple and I learned much. Does the thought of his cure-all apple cider vinegar make you cringe? If you mix it with warm apple juice and a tbsp. of honey it's appealing enough for a 4 year old boy to drink, so try it!

    I love this reference book. Being a few years-Vermonter I can easily "digest" the cider vinegar and honey prescription for just about anything. Its a great testament to the rural folk doctors and their intuitive practices utilizing the ways that nature (animals and plants) remain health and deal with illness.

    I got this book from my grandma and I really liked it. I'm going to try eating more apple cider vinegar and honey and see what happens with sinuses. It seems a little crazy, but I prefer natural cures when possible.

    Informative book dealing with the importance of potassium in our diet. Tells of the cures and ease of useage of Apple Cider Vinegar & honey. Excellent source of info from early 1960 era of Vermont.

    While this book is outdated, it has some valuable information about natural methods for controlling some illnesses. The use of Apple Cider vinegar, honey and other natural minerals is explained very clearly. I read the book because I have been using ACV for arthritis. I heard about it's beneficial effects online. It really has improved my arthritis so much I wanted to know what other ways it could help me. I have used it for age spots as well. I can use it full strength on my face and the spots [...]

    Great. Good health doesn't have to come from a pharmacy.

    Jenny Stringham
    This book surprised me. Thought I'd browse through it so I could tease my friend who's a Dr. in Vermont. Ended up reading it all and curious enough to try some of the remedies. I especially thought the health benefit section on honey and on kelp were very interesting and worth trying.

    All too often we worry to late about our health. If we were caring for ourselves all along, we would not have to worry as much. Honey and apple cider vinegar are the new staples in my kitchen cabinet. Love that my bf's father had this from 1957 and the pages crumbled as i read.

    Lee Reaves
    Hysterical. There is no human or animal ailment, condition or cleaning need that cannot be treated with some combination of apple cider vinegar with or without honey. And it is probably all true - watch out big pharma.

    I bought this on our last trip to Vermont. An interesting read so far .will post more when I finish

    Interesting book. However, a bit out of balance.

    I have had a copy around the house all my life. My mother and grandparents too.

    Honey and Apple Cider Vinegar

    Great book about healing with Apple Cider Vinnegar.


    This is one of the many old books that were in the basement of the house I bought. On first inspection, a cool old book with lots of inexpensive home remedies.

    Interesting read to glean what you will from it.

    reading this was just sort a of hippie novelty.

    I love this book . It needs to be read and practiced by many more

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