How can a Naturopath help you?
Naturopathy uses the natural healing powers of the body to heal itself and treats the cause of a disease rather than the symptoms themselves. It’s a system which places emphasis on health and how to promote it, rather than on disease and how to suppress it. Prevention is always preferable to cure.
The body has its own intelligence and therefore the ability to heal itself if given the right conditions or tools.
A Naturopathic approach can assist with the following issues:
- Women’s Health & Hormone Imbalances
- Natural Weight loss
- Fatigue & Lack of Vitality
- Digestive disorders
- Sleep disorders
- Skin problems
- Immunity –poor immunity, flu and cold symptoms
- Anti-aging and achieving optimal health
“I’ve been feeling brilliant since I started the programme that Sue put together for me. My energy is good, I’m coping with all the stressful things that I’ve got going on and I’m sleeping again. My husband says ‘he’s got his wife back again’. “ Marie 57, PA.
Your Naturopath takes the time to listen and to get to know you as an individual because your problems are unique to you.
A naturopath uses a number of tools to treat health issues and help guide their clients back to vibrant health including, natural medicines (herbs and flower essences), nutrition and lifestyle coaching. As a partner in your own health, you play an integral role in making decisions about your treatment plan. It is advisable to choose a naturopath who is a member of, or is accredited by, an association or professional body.
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What is herbal medicine?
What does a herbalist do?
The aim of a qualified herbalist is to evaluate each person’s problems individually and develop a treatment strategy that addresses the underlying issues of health problems. The Herbalist will identify the therapeutic benefits required and then select the most appropriate herbal medicine.
What is the history of herbal medicine?
Herbalism has a long tradition outside conventional medicine and is therefore one of the oldest forms of medicine in the world. It goes as far back as the Ancient Egyptians, the Chinese, Assyrians, Babylonians and the Greek Hippocrates (477- 360 BC), many indigenous cultures like the Native Americans and Aborigines have always used herbal medicine as part of their healing tools. Some cultures developed traditional healing systems such as Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
How are herbs used?
Herbal Medicine is a holistic system that uses plants, or plant parts where the constituents of the plant work synergistically to stimulate the healing process. Herbs can be any plants that have natural therapeutic actions in the body and this also includes the fruit and vegetable kingdom.The herbal medicine is obtained from the plant’s seeds, berries, roots, leaves, bark, or flowers for medicinal purposes.The beauty of taking herbal medicine lies in the many possible methods of taking the herbs including whole food (raspberries), teas, powders, tablets, or liquid form.
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