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What are Natural Remedies?
 
Because most of us in the Western world have grown up in a society in which allopathic medicine is the prevailing norm, we forget that only a few decades ago, homeopathic, herbal,and other natural medicines like tissue salts and flower essences were commonly available and freely used even by conventional doctors.
 
  • Homeopathic Remedies treat the acute symptoms of a condition and stimulate the body to begin the healing process.
  • Herbal Remedies work on the cause of the problem by improving systemic functioning and supporting the organ, body system or individual as a whole.
  • Tissue Salts, which are also homeopathic, bring about harmony in the body as a whole by restoring balance.
  • Flower Essences address both emotional and mental aspects of wellness and work to re-balance energy to return order to chaos.
 
Natural medicines have a long history of usage and there is a wealth of empirical evidence to support their effectiveness and safety. In addition, active clinical research is carried out by many academic hospitals and universities to support the extensive traditional and empirical evidence behind natural medicines.
 
Why Choose Natural Remedies?
 
As the systems of the body are interrelated, proper functioning and optimal health occurs when they are in balance and harmony. Therefore, it is important to consider all disturbances in these delicate systems and opt for a holistic approach to caring for the body. Many natural remedies work well together to provide increased support for many common conditions, as well as to support general well-being.
Natural medicines can work quickly and safely to create holistic balance in the body to support systemic health, relieve ailments, and help prevent future imbalances.
In addition, due to their unique manufacturing method, most natural remedies do not produce negative side effects and will not interact with prescription drugs. Most homeopathics are even safely taken by all ages and during pregnancy.
 
 
Below, are some examples that can be used: