Miracles Cures was written by Jean Carper. One true story she told in the book was about an elderly woman who was on the verge of death. It just so happened that the lady had been taking Coenzyme Q10 in a low dose of 30 mg. She ran out of her supply and asked her son to get some more. He mistakenly bought 300 mg units instead of the low dose, but it turned out to be a blessing. The higher dose of Coenzyme Q10 saved her from dying, and she returned to a normal active life. This coenzyme helps the heart to pump better, and this in turn helps all the functions of the body.
Another subject that Jean discussed in her book concerned the cancer curing properties of selenium. A 1996 study found that 200 micrograms daily for seven years reduced the occurrence of cancer in a group of 1300 people. It had the greatest effect against prostate cancer, but it also reduced colon and rectum cancer by more than sixty percent.
Arthritis was another condition the author talked about. One lady needed a hip replacement, but she wanted to try natural remedies first. After taking glucosamine, chondroitin, and manganese for two years, she had recovered enough that she could play tennis again. She could also walk five or six miles without pain.
Fish oil was a supplement that Jean covered in her book, too. In one study, triglycerides were reduced by 28% with a dose of 3,000 to 4000 milligrams of fish oil per day. This is important because high triglycerides can cause a heart attack just like too much cholesterol.
Miracle Cures is definitely a book that everyone would want to read.