What Is The Lost Book of Remedies?
The Lost Book Remedies is a powerful book on natural healing remedies for the modern age. In this day and age, where people are so reliant on pills and injections to remain healthy, this guide takes us back to the natural remedies that have been passed down.
People have often underestimated the healing powers of mother nature in favor of modern medicine & techniques. That’s not to say that modern medicine isn’t effective, but the problem with consuming drugs, pills and injections is that it often leaves you with side effects or causes you to become dependent on them after prolonged use.
Traditional healing methods that make use of natural herbs and ingredients do not create that dependency and in fact are able to boost your overall health and as a whole.
The reason it’s titled “the Lost Book” is because so many of these techniques have been forgotten with the rise of modern science. The herbs, remedies and ingredients that were used are also not as widespread and common as they were before. This book is not only serves as a guide to better overall health, but also as a means of preserving these important natural healing techniques that have been proven over time.
With over 300 pages of powerful natural cures that have nursed countless of others back to great health conditions, the Lost Book of Remedies was written by a certified doctor and herbalist who has a burning passion to keep the secrets of these remedies alive.
It contains some of the most exceptional cures and remedies that I’ve come across.
About The Author – Who is Dr. Nicole Apelian?
Dr. Nicole Apelian is a certified doctor, herbalist and survival expert with a strong passion for sharing her knowledge of plants and natural healing techniques with the rest of the world. She graduated from McGill University, completed her Masters at University of Oregon and PhD at Prescott College, Arizona.
In 2015, she even participated in the History Channel’s TV show “Alone” where she had to survive for 57 days straight on her own in the wild, putting her survival skills and knowledge of natural plants to the test.
What’s Inside the Book?
The Lost Book of Remedies is well structured and easy to read. The chapters have been organized based on the type of herb, ingredient and remedy so you can easily read the table of contents and skip to whichever page you want.
Here’s a sneak peek of the table of contents.
Think of it as your grand repository of cures for various ailments. There’s so much knowledge here that the average person just doesn’t have access to. For instance when I first got it I was overwhelmed by all the different types of herbs. Names like Red Beak Powder, Angry Bear Paw and Goosefoot just bounced right of the top of my head. The great think is that everything you need to know about each healing species of plants is contained within these pages so I was actually able to follow quite easily.
You’ll learn exactly how to apply which herbs to improve various areas of your life. There’s really a vast sea of information here. From spices that can make your food taste better, effective ways to detoxify your body, to even how to create your very own backyard garden of remedies. And of course what you learn may also give you the necessary survival skills in case the need ever arises.
Is This Book Suitable for Beginners?
You do not need any strong knowledge of herbs to start. As mentioned, my knowledge in the matter was really elementary at best but because the guide was so clearly worded and concise – even a person with no experience like me could understand.
I loved it so much that now I’m on my way to growing my own backyard garden with a few of these plants once I get my hands on them! No more relying on others for access to these herbs, I’m going to create my own source 😎
There are also bonuses that come together when you purchase the book.
- The 80 Square-Feet Medicinal Garden in Your Backyard
- The Everyday Disaster Medicine Guidebook
Who Is the Lost Book of Remedies For?
This book works great whether or not you are suffering from some form of health impediment or you just want to improve your general health. You don’t have to be suffering from any form of sickness or ailment – in fact prevention is always better than cure!
Important: Do note that if you are currently under prescription, it is advice that you continue to follow your doctor’s instructions and use the remedies in this book only as a supplement to your current treatment.
According to the author, the powerful remedies are best for:
- People with autoimmune disorders
- People who have been taking pills for a long time but see little effect or signs of cure
- Anybody who is tired of the side effects of drugs
- If you can’t afford or don’t want to pay thousands of dollars to Big Pharma
- To prepare for any unforeseen health crisis
- People who want live a healthier life and improve overall body constitution
Should You Get The Lost Book of Remedies?
It’s a great book with tons of contents and remedies, but will you really use it? Let’s take a closer look at the pros and cons to help your decision.
- Contains a wealth of information that you can come back to at any time
- Bonus gifts: “The 80 Square-Feet Medicinal Garden in Your Backyard” & “The Everyday Disaster Medicine Guidebook”
- Written and documented by a certified doctor and professional herbalist
- Natural remedies that work and don’t have any negative side effects
- The book is well-structured with clear, concise language making it extremely easy to read and understand
- It’s really affordable
- Available in both digital and physical copy (physical copies will have additional $8.99 shipping fee)
- 60-day money back guarantee (buy it, try it then decide if you want to pay for it!)
- It’s not a magical cure, you’ll have to put in some effort to read the guide then follow the instructions
- The treatments may time some time to work but often have long term benefits
- The 2 bonus gifts are only available in digital formats (well I just downloaded them and printed them out anyway)
I’ll be honest, I didn’t finish reading the entire book. But that’s because it has so much information, I wouldn’t be able to absorb everything in one go! The great thing is that it’s very neatly organized, and I love having it around just so I can look at a remedy whenever the need arrives or just get some ideas from it. (Some of the recipes taste really good as well!)
It’s kind of like my repository for go-to natural healing remedies.
Does It Really Work?
As with all natural remedies, the treatments take time and require a bit of patience. Don’t expect to be instantly cured the moment you try out one of the remedies!
What I particular enjoy about them is the wonderful feeling of no side effects like those I got when using regular medicine (like drowsiness, headaches, etc). Make sure you do follow the guide and study the contents carefully before trying it out for yourself.
A small disclaimer, I just wanted to say that this book isn’t a magical cure for all of your illnesses and disease. If you’re currently on prescription it would be best to continue with your doctor’s advice since he has a lot more context as to your full medical condition.
Think of the guide as a supplement to your current that can help to speed up your recovery process. In some cases it may be able to fully cure your ailments and some remedies may help to alleviate any pain or discomfort.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this Lost Book of Remedies review that I have prepared based on my own experiences.
Overall the book is a tremendous read and will open your eyes to a whole new world of natural healing and better health without those pesky side effects from prolonged drug use. If you like gardening and growing your own herbs then you’re absolutely gonna love this neat little bundle.
Oh and the best part I forgot to mention is that you have a 60 day money-back guarantee so it’s really almost risk-free (which was what pushed me purchase it and check it our for myself). If you’re in any way unsatisfied with the product, just request a refund and you’ll get your money back – sweet right?
(Editors Note: Updated for 2020)