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Alternative Medicines

With a planet as densely populated as ours, there's no surprise that each culture has different practices for natural healing and remedies. As our world evolved, we've seemingly lost touch with the intricate healing of our ancestors and paved the way for dangerous man made chemicals as a cure all for our ailments. While plants have served mankind for thousands of years as a healing hand, there are other alternatives that serve to provide pain or ailment relief for those suffering.

Phytotherapy

Phytotherapy is a science-based medical practice that is similar but not identical to Medicinal Herbalism. Herbalism uses a traditional approach where Phytotherapy uses plant-derived medications as treatments for ailments and disease prevention.  

Herbalism

Unlike Phytotherapy, Herbalism utilizes more traditional roots in its practice. It relies on a historical approach that has been passed down through generations, along with the use of pure plant extracts as opposed to plant derivatives.

Physical Healing

Many far East practices use the body's biology as its healing method. Practices like Massage therapy, Hot stones, Cupping, Acupressure, Acupuncture, Tai Chi and Yoga are heavily beneficial to people who suffer from physical pain such as chronic migraines, muscle and joint pain or even back pain.

Spiritual Healing

Spiritual healing is another Eastern practice that is gaining momentum in North America. Practices like Reiki and Qigong are both used widely in Japan and China as a way to heal the body of bad energy or ailments that can be manipulated by Qi. Qi is the life energy all around us and is a vital energy source for any living thing. While studies have not confirmed the benefits, most believe it helps promote a state of well-being.

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