Physical and Mental Health

The Hood Health Handbook

A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO HEALTH AND WELLNESS
IN THE URBAN COMMUNITY
$19.95 EACH

Volume One

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

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

Pop Quiz: Are You Healthy?

Before we jump into the content of this book, we’ve gotta be clear that this process won’t work if you’re not being honest with yourself – in terms of where you’re at and where you need to be. But even the most honest of people don’t necessarily know how “healthy” or “unhealthy” they are, because there’s so much to that whole health thing. So we’re gonna help you learn about yourself. Try the following quiz and see how you score. What have you got to lose?

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Vaccines and Population Control?

In addition to this sterilization program (which would use sharp blasts of ultrasound directed against a man’s scrotum to render him infertile as a sort of “temporary castration”), the foundation also funded a new “sweat-triggered vaccine delivery” program

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Traditional Medicine vs. They Medicine

People of color have used holistic approaches (like the ones in this book) to heal their ailments for hundreds of thousands of years. And not just bug bites and stomach aches, either. I can show you records of Black and brown people doing brain surgery 6,000 years ago. Don’t believe me? As always, you can look it up…

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