Vital Man by Stephen Harrod Buhner
Natural Health Care for Men at Midlife

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A guide to alternative therapies for conditions affecting men as they enter midlife. It covers the 45 most common ailments confronting men at midlife, and the herbs, nutritional supplements and diet approaches that can prevent and treat them. The author draws from his own experience as a herbalist and follower of men's spiritual issues to provide men with a holistic look at the midlife passage, covering physical, psychological and emotional aspects.

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Stephen Harrod Buhner is a master herbalist, psychotherapist, and an expert on indigenous and contemplative spiritual traditions. Much of his work and writing focuses on herbal and alternative healing, deep ecology, and sacred plant medicine.
Published January 1, 2003 by Avery. 399 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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Buhner, an herbalist, begins with an excellent introduction in which he argues that the midlife "crisis" for a man is better seen as a "natural process" in the "aging of the self," a "movement into new territories of the self" that requires a better understanding of the workings of a man's body c...

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