Books by Andrew Weil

Released: Nov. 8, 2011

"Immensely beneficial information for those seeking a self-galvanized life lift."
Prolific health advisor Weil (Natural Health, Natural Medicine, 2011, etc.) offers a comprehensive roadmap for the prized path to true happiness. Read full book review >
Released: March 15, 2000

"Entertaining, thoughtful, and educational."
From a familiar, reputable—if sometimes offbeat—source, a worthwhile discussion of how to formulate a healthy approach to eating. Read full book review >
Released: May 7, 1990

"A highly readable guide, with a healthy and attractive premise, this is likely to be much consulted."
Often considered controversial in the past, Weil (The Natural Mind; Health and Healing, etc.) here offers generally sensible and accepted advice, in practical detail, on healthful life-style and self-care. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 15, 1983

"A sound theoretical exploration, personably set forth."
Well (The Marriage of the Sun and Moon, Chocolate to Morphine) at his unusual and controversial best: a rigorous exploration of the broad questions raised by "alternative therapies" that opens up the whole issue of a mind-body connection and its importance in healing. Read full book review >
Released: March 1, 1983

"The premise, however, is still extremely difficult to accept."
This guide to all categories of mind-active drugs is headed for controversy—for it presents detailed information on the premise that many of these drugs can be used safely and responsibly. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 29, 1980

"So, unabashed advocacy of transcendent union, with some sophisticated observations on drugs and cultures."
The 19 essays gathered in this collection were produced as newsletters while Weil was a Fellow of the Institute of Current World Affairs. Read full book review >
Released: Sept. 27, 1972

"A synopsis of what's often been better said; the vague is inadequate meeting ground for the medical and the ineffable."
The trail into the promises and revelations of "expanded consciousness" or "non-ordinary reality," opened, for this culture, by Leafy, Laing and Alan Watts, has in a few years become suspiciously wide, smooth, crowded and speedy. Read full book review >