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IN this “Manual” we desire to teach the people, not only how to obtain and preserve health, but how to cure themselves. Life, when allied to suffering, becomes a load that few like to bear. Few, comparatively speaking, are entirely free from some form of disease, and fewer still know how to cure themselves. With the simple fact that disease is a unit, with the knowledge that the vegetable kingdom contains our medicine as well as our food, with the belief that our reason is competent to judge and decide in all eases, we go forth boldly, giving such information with regard to obtaining and preserving health, as will enable the people to rid themselves of a vast deal of the misery to which human nature is subject.
OUR MOTTO IS “DEEDS, NOT WORDS.”
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To the benevolent we say, – Circulate this work amongst those you visit. By so doing, you will greatly bless many of your fellow creatures. We speak from knowledge, when we say that in England, in America, and in the Colonies, the herbal system has rescued thousands from an early grave; yes, and thousands who had been given up by doctors owe their present health to Nature’s remedies. We sincerely believe the day will come when it will be compulsory to teach in our State Schools the Rudiments of Physiology and Medical Botany; when the father and mother of every family will be able to battle with sickness in its various forms, and, that so successfully, that curable diseases shall no more be found in the abodes of men.
Throughout this work we have quoted freely from Botanic Authors, whose prescriptions we have well tried in our own practice, and found to be all that is claimed for them.