My Chicken Thinks I'm a Quack - and Other Side Effects of Practicing Natural Medicine is now available on Amazon (Click the link above to take your browser directly to it)!
"I was immediately drawn into this book and couldn’t put it down. I laughed. I loved it. I loved the way it was written."
--Bryan Robinson, PhD, author of #Chill: Turn Off Your Job and Turn On Your Life
"I loved Jennifer Smith’s memoir; My Chicken Thinks I'm a Quack. It is not only the story of one woman’s journey from and return to her native state of North Carolina, it is a wise and useful book about healing--the spirit as well as the body. Jennifer's discovery of her passion for homeopathy unfolds with humor, honesty and vulnerability. Her stories not only delight but illustrate the power and beauty of homeopathic remedies reminiscent of Dorothy Shepherd and Margery Blackie."
--Krista Heron ND, DHANP
"With her lovely, southern voice and humor, Dr. Smith tells the story of her personal journey to become a naturopathic physician and a homeopath. Her story provides an understanding of the field of homeopathy, the relationship of humans to the earth, the importance of really listening to people, and the power of humans to heal. Running through the book are the underlying principles of appreciating our humanity, learning to laugh at ourselves, the amazing qualities of breath, and the importance of moments."
--Carol Jensen, M.Ed, Creator of the Integrative Health Care program at Metropolitan State University of Denver
Jennifer Smith, ND, DHANP, CCH
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