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Natural Cures for Headaches by Cass Ingram
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Publisher Knowledge House Publishers
ISBN 1931078092 ISBN13 9781931078092
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More About Cass Ingram
Dr. Cass Ingram is the auth or of more than 24 books, including The Cure is in the Cupboard, How to Eat Right and Live Longer, and The Cure is in the Forest. A popular media personality, he has appeared in over 5000 radio and TV interviews and is a popular international lecturer.
Reviews - What do customers think about Natural Cures for Headaches?
IT works Feb 2, 2006
I have used Dr. Ingrams products for 2 years now and I still have my liver, unlike "DRUGS" that have been know to cause death in some cases and other complications. Just look at your television and watch the "drug" commercials and listen to the side effects. Anyone who says that Dr. Ingrams products are not working for them then they must be doing something wrong.
I had a serious toe nail infection went to a drug store and the druggist said i would need a doctors note to get a product called lamisil a drug that she said would destroy my liver if i were to use it. She then whispered to me to go to a health food store and see what they have. I did and now no toenail fungus. Using the oil of oregano and oragamax.
It works and works well.
DON'T WASTE YOUR HARD-EARNED MONEY! Apr 5, 2005
If you purchase any of Dr. Cass Ingram's books, you are setting yourself up to verbal manipulation. I personally have met Dr. Ingram and found him to be pompus, arrogant and rude. He claims oregano cures everything yet he has deep dark circles under his eyes and is always grabbing his neck. He makes medical claims, yet has little research to back anything up and his books are repetitious and constantly plugg the North American Herb & Spice product line. Gee, I wonder if he has any interest in the company? He uses vauge words to try and sell products and relies on past history, yet cites little (if any). Most of his books do not even have a works cited section. That should tell you something. Sources say that Dr. Ingram was going to try and finish a book within a month. People spend hard-earned money on his books and claims to spend one month to write a book. Probably not much substance there.