BOOK TWO of our Illustrated Phytotherapy is the first continuation of our Encyclopedia of Herbal Therapy. Book One has beenenthusiastically received by the laymen as well as by the profession. Iam confident that Book Two will receive the same kind reception. It isour intention to publish an additional book every year until all materialis exhausted. Your encouragement to undertake this difficult and hardwork is certainly welcome.There is an enormous amount of healing power hidden in the herbalworld. The Good Book says: “The Lord has created medicines out of theearth, and he that is wise will not abhor them.” Let us be wise; let usopen our eyes and our minds and give Nature's medicines our firstthought and consideration when sick or ailing. We have devoted morethat 30 years to the manufacture and distribution of herbal medicinesand are convinced that nothing can beat them. We only deplore the factthat most people instead of coming first to Mother Nature for help, tryher as a last resort. Many great men of the medical profession advise usto use herbal medicines for overcoming diseases.Dr. P. Brown, M. D. says: “The Herbal practice is the only true andphilosophical foundation of the Healing Art.”Dr. Brier, professor and surgeon on the Berlin clinic said: “Cure withsimple remedies wherever you can. We can learn a whole lot from thenatural method of healing or people's medicine.”Dr. J. H. Greer, M. D. said: “Nature has supplied an abundance of harmless means for overcoming disease.”Dr. H. Nowell, M. D. said: “When we look back upon the pages of history, we find that from the hoary past the records tell of the mightypower of Nature's own remedies.”Yea, happy he that can the knowledge gain,To know the Eternal God made naught in vain.Sincerely yours,THOMAS DESCHAUER.
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