"Philosophy of health" is a collection of healthy thoughts that every educated person needs to know. In the book, the reader will find a large number of fresh and interesting ideas about maintaining health in the body. Hundreds of useful and practical thoughts, patterns and observations about medicine. Having understood the meaning of this book, the reader learns 100% of what he needs to know about medicines, health and doctors. A collection of interesting and useful thoughts.
People didn’t know the nature of diseases in ancient times. They believed that evil forces (including vampires) were to blame for diseases. The human, whose blood a vampire drank, began to languish, wither and could even die. However, people started to notice that eating garlic or letting it hang around the house helped to improve their health and that in that case a vampire visited them a way less. The same thing happened with onions. Cutting it into pieces and placing plates with it around the house kept vampires, as well as diseases, especially colds, away. Garlic and onions are a great natural remedy against vampires and many other diseases.
Self-treatment can also be dangerous because the ill usually takes symptoms for the disease itself. The person buys a medicine and kills these symptoms, turning the alarm off. However, symptoms are just masks of diseases and lots of these masks are fake. Some masks hide other ones. Lots of mild diseases are real predators in disguise that quietly do their evil task without any symptoms and being noticed by no one…
Shape defines content and vice versa, i.e. if you invent a disease, you may actually fall ill with it. Imagined symptoms are the shape that causes its essence – a disease. It means that a symptom can cause a disease.
Of many human passions, fishing is perhaps one of the most useful for spirit and body. Fishing teaches patience, grants peace and joy, pleasure and excitement, providing, therewith, the time to think about life and routine matters. Fishing is an excellent meditation.