Four Days Until “The Natural Medicines Handbook” is in the stores!

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Four Days Until “The Natural Medicines Handbook” is in the stores!

Four days until you can get your copy of my newest book, “The Natural Medicines Handbook: The Truth about the Most Effective Herbs, Vitamins, and Supplements for Common Conditions,” which is coming out on Tuesday, April 6, 2021. 

The book is getting some great endorsements. I’ll share some each day up until the day of release:

This book takes the guesswork out of natural supplements. Dr. Larimore does a great job laying out the positives and the negatives of natural medicines.

Steve Foley, MD, FACOG, Regenerative Health and Wellness, Colorado Springs, CO

With all the hype and sheer volume of advertisements, Google searches, articles, blogs, vlogs, podcasts, and word of mouth recommendations from well-meaning family and friends touting the “amazing” benefits of any number of vitamins, supplements, and natural remedies, not a day goes by without my being asked about at least one of these topics.  And with new remedies popping up seemingly on a daily basis, it is hard to keep abreast of what, if any, actual scientific evidence exists backing the use, safety, and effectiveness of many of these commonly touted substances.  Thank you, Dr. Larimore, for creating this much-needed resource that so clearly lays out what has been backed up by sound studies, what has been shown to have little or no positive effect on a particular medical condition, and what is frankly dangerous to patients. You have made my life a bit easier, and my medical advice to patients inquiring about such supplements much better informed! 

Susan Henriksen, MD, Family Physician, Glen Rock, PA

You can preorder the book today and beat the rush!

Order Here

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