Amish Home Remedies Book

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Purpose of Book Home Remedies for Health The Old Order Amish continue to use horses exclusively today. For every innovation, there will be a few innovators, some early adop ters, some laggards and a few

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THE AMISH Overview: The Amish are one of and most give birth at home after the first child. Maternal and child health, infectious diseases, The Amish typically value the use of natural remedies like herbal medicines as their first choice of care, and generally

The Amish are a socio-religious group that separated from the Mennonites, or Swiss Anabaptist charms, and home remedies are used for illness. Work is seen as good and meaningful. Some work is done in small groups that turn into a celebration, like a barn raising.

Amish home remedies. Bennington, IN: Wickey Sisters, 1991. Pp. 96. EMC, MHL. And you shall find safety beneath His wings: the stories of our past. Harold Neufeld, ed. Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont.: Niagara United Mennonite Church, 1991. 1 vol. MLA.

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