Physical and Mental Health

The Hood Health Handbook

A Practical Guide to Health and Wellness in the Urban Community

Volume One

Healing & Prevention

Diet & Nutrition

Sickness & Disease

The Hood Health Handbook, Volume One, is your next step, after regaining your mind and a sense of yourself from the previous books.
As you reclaim yourself, you’ll want to begin living healthier. Volume One teaches how to change our diets to prevent and combat disease, without having to suffer or spend too much money. As the title suggests, this book is a near-encyclopedia of natural health information, written for people who normally don’t want to read about natural health! Renowned health expert and elder Dick Gregory provides the foreword for this important guide! (Reader Level: Anybody Can Get It)

Volume Two

Avoiding Toxins

Beauty & Sex

Raising Healthy Children

The Hood Health Handbook, Volume Two, covers everything not covered in Volume One, which focuses on diet, disease, and natural treatments.
Volume Two covers mental health, emotional health, raising healthy children, and keeping a healthy home. Another must have for those looking to change their lives and that of their families! (Reader Level: Anybody Can Get It)

Hood Health Blog

Wasp Venom: The Miracle Cure

I want to share some exciting news with you. Scientists have now discovered that Brazilian wasp venom kills cancer cells, but not healthy cells.  The article explains:The wasp responsible for producing this toxin is the Polybia paulista. The toxin has so far been...

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What are Witch Doctors? – Witch Doctors and Ancient Treatments

Witch Doctors and Ancient Treatments
“Witch Doctor” is a white people word for indigenous medicine men, shamans, and healers. Because early European missionaries and anthropologists associated their incantations and ceremonies with “witchcraft,” they didn’t see them as true doctors or healers, but as “witch” doctors. Ironically – as we’ve demonstrated above – the practices of indigenous medicine circa 3000 BC were more effective than the practices of European medicine circa 1500 AD.

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The Theft of Traditional Knowledge

The Theft of Traditional Knowledge In the Hood Health Handbook, we talk about how all the “herbal remedies” our ancestors developed are now being appropriated by the Western world for profit: For thousands of years Indian villagers have used an extract from the Neem...

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