Witchcraft has recently been undergoing a huge popular revival, but does modern pagan witchcraft really bear any resemblance to its historical antecedents? The witch in history was a very different creature from her modern counterpart, and this book sets out to explore the historical background to the European witchcraft phenomenon.
"A brief look at the history of Witchcraft"
Margaret Hills was crippled as a young woman, but was determined not to let it hold her back. When orthodox treatment could do nothing for her, she used her nurse's training to develop her simple, natural treatment, which, against all her doctor's predictions, was completely successful. This new and fully revised edition offers updated information about diet and reveals the effects of the new arthritis drugs.
"I Can See, Feel and Realize a True Benefit Here!"
Stammering affects around 450,000 adults and 18,000 children in the UK. In its mild forms, stammering, or stuttering, makes communication difficult; in the severer forms it makes it impossible, affecting in social, educational and work life.
Doctors and consultants may be very surprised when they see patients suffering intractable arthritis suddenly beginning to get better. The medical profession knows all too well that anti-arthritic medication does not have this effect. As the days go by, the improvement often continues so that drugs can be dispensed with. Best-selling author of several books about arthritis, Margaret Hills here tells the amazing stories of people who have benefited from her honey and cider vinegar cure.
If you suffer from arthritis, it's all too easy to let pain and restricted movement become a way of life. With Margaret Hills' methods, you can make arthritis a thing of the past. She and Janet Horwood show how you can regain your fitness, mobility and independence. This programme of gentle exercise can offer a new lease of life to anyone who suffers from arthritis. Together they also offer advice on how to exercise safely, and how to make gentle activity part of your daily life.
Food intolerance is far more common than food allergy, with which it is often confused. It is also surrounded in controversy - with limited research in the area, estimates for the number of sufferers in the UK differ wildly - from 2% to 60% of the adult population - and so it can be confusing for those seeking relief from their ill-health.