New York, NY (PRWEB) October 18, 2012
“Are you using the same over-the-counter painkiller to treat everything from toothaches to knee pain?” she asks. “If so, you may only be temporarily masking symptoms, not addressing the cause, and it's only a matter of time before the pain returns.”
Her book, “Naturally Pain Free,” (http://www.AsianHealthSecrets.com), organizes advice by both symptom and type of pain, guiding readers on how to use a variety of herbs, extracts and natural pills to ease and control various sources of your suffering.
She provides easily available, natural pain remedies for arthritis, sciatica, backaches, chest pains, nerve pain, migraines, burns, knee discomfort and carpal tunnel syndrome, among other ailments.
For instance, for superficial burns, she recommends cold, strongly brewed, strained tea as a wash.
“It prevents oozing wounds,” she writes. “It is antibacterial and begins the healing process … Pour it on without rubbing and repeat this every five or 10 minutes until the skin feels soothed.”
It also doubles as a refreshing facial astringent, and it wakes up tired skin!
“This book is remarkable in its wide range of protocols, from traditional methods to alternatives to diets,” writes Amazon reviewer mb. “Well-documented, well-written in an easily accessible format, ‘Naturally Pain Free’ comes at a time when I have been grappling with knee issues and my husband's encroaching nerve pain. I bought copies for myself, my physical therapist, and my daughter. I especially like the extra ‘Letha's Advice’ boxes throughout.”
Other praise for Hadady includes this from Alice Rhee of NBC News: “There is no one else of Letha's stature, experience, and knowledge in the field of alternative medicine.”
Conde Nast Traveler dubs her "The Martha Stewart of herbs."
About Letha Hadady
Letha Hadady is globally renowned for her expertise in traditional Asian and alternative health. The author of five books, including her latest “Naturally Pain Free,” Letha has made extensive appearances on TV, talk radio and the internet. Letha is an adjunct faculty member for New York Open Center, and The Renfield Center for Nursing Education, Beth Israel Medical Center in New York. She has led stress-management workshops and acted as a natural product consultant for Sony Entertainment Inc., Dreyfus, Ogilvy & Mather, and Consumer Eyes, Inc. in New York. Her website is http://www.asianhealthsecrets.com.