Natural Remedies for Kids is an easy-to-use reference for parents who are ready to take their family's health into their own hands by using over 100 natural and herbal remedies to help common ailments at home.
There's no need to rush off to the doctor at the first sign of sniffles or fever! Instead, understand what each symptom may be a sign of, how to help treat that symptom naturally, and how to help your child rest comfortably until the illness is over. Find out if the symptoms may be serious enough to warrant a call to the doctor. Then, learn to prepare one of the many recipes for home remedies found within the book to help your child naturally.
Clear up common conditions like:
- Diaper rash
- Runny noses
- Sore throats
- Upset stomach
- and more
Find tips and hints from Kate Tietje on which remedies are best for which issues. Discover the time-tested treatments that will help to keep your child healthy and happy, naturally!
Kate Tietje created and blogs for Modern Alternative Mama (www.modernalternativemama.com). She has a strong passion for all things natural health, and frequently enjoys reading medical journals in her spare time. MAM has a strong emphasis on natural remedies, research, and creating health naturally. Kate is also mom to four young children (who rarely see a doctor and are treated with herbs at home).
Dr. Bob Zajac is a board-certified pediatrician with additional expertise in the evaluation, treatment, and overall management for children with developmental, behavioral, and emotional conditions. His passion for serving this patient population started during his college years when he received his degree in Child Development, and was further nurtured as he pursued an additional four years of training in a PhD program (Early Childhood Special Education). He completed his educational journey with his medical degree (MD - University of Minnesota - 2000) and residency training (pediatrics - 2000-2003), focusing on developmental and behavioral pediatrics at every opportunity. As the previous medical director of the Pediatric Development Assessment Clinic (at Glencoe Regional Health Services 2003-2013), Dr. Bob is super excited to bring that expertise to New Kingdom Pediatrics! Dr. Bob finds great joy in forming partnerships with families and community health and wellness providers. He writes a blog, found at newkingdompeds.com. Dr. Bob and his wife Julie have been married for over 20 years and have 8 children.