No Foolin’ — Five Days and Counting until “The Natural Medicines Handbook” is out!

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No Foolin’ — Five Days and Counting until “The Natural Medicines Handbook” is out!

My newest book, The Natural Medicines Handbook: The Truth about the Most Effective Herbs, Vitamins, and Supplements for Common Conditions, will be released in five days, on Tuesday, April 6, 2021. 

The book is getting some great endorsements. I’ll share some each day up until the day of release:

As a busy family physician, I am always searching for high-yield information that is easy to read and provides meaningful value to my practice and to my patients. This latest book by Dr. Larimore hits all of those marks and gives me the confidence I need to practice holistic evidenced-based medicine.

Huy Luu, DO, DABFM, International Medical Center, Almaty, Kazakhstan

In our current age of overwhelming information regarding our health, Dr. Larimore’s book cuts through the chaos. He uses scientific evidence paired with his expertise as a medical doctor to give this comprehensive and reliable guide. Highly recommended!

Cherec Morrison, MD, Family Physician, Tulsa, OK

This is a well-researched, concise book I would recommend to all my patients especially in an age when more and more patients are seeking out and using natural medicines. 

Sam Kammerzell, DO, Family Physician, Tulsa, OK

You can preorder the book today and beat the rush!

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