Dealing with a wide range of subjects on the natural way of living and treatment of diseases, the most striking feature of the present work is that it is completely free from any bias or prejudice against other systems of medicine. On the other hand, its approach is synthetic, which lays great emphasis on the practical ways of treating diseases-mainly through observing the natural rules of living, improving the general standard of health and harnessing the forces of nature as curative agents.
Individual treatment of a number of common diseases, including that of women and children, the science of heliotherapy, chromotherapy, hydrotherapy, air-therapy as also other allied subjects as dietetics, mental therapeutics and spiritual healing, are included in the thirty-three chapters of this work.
Tenth in the Health and Long Life Series, Practice of Nature Cure, is preceded by the authorâ€™s already well-known works as Family Doctor, Health and Long Life, Health and Happiness and A Boon to Diabetics. As it is naturally expected, the central outlook of the work is based on spirituality.