HERBOLOGY


Herbology Also called medical herbalism or herbal medicine, it is a traditional practice that employs plants and plant extracts to a personís body for healing purposes. Frequently the scope of herbology includes fungi, bee products, shells, animal parts and even minerals.

The study of plants and their essences have produced numerous medications and drugs. Others are demonstrably effective for certain ailments like peppermint and ginger root for digestion or chamomile for relieve stress and help sleep. As well as the health benefits of some herbs are very well established, there are lots of more natural remedies still to be found.

Scientifically, herbology is a very efficient alternative therapy due to several plants synthesize substances that are functional to the maintenance of physical condition. However, the nonexistence of conclusive studies may origin problems. The supposed benefits of several herbs are unverified, and some may even be dangerous for peopleís health. That is why patients never have to self-prescribe.




    : It includes all forms of physical activity performed for an injury or illness...
    : It employs small doses of the substance which is causing an illness to cure...
    : It utilizes the "human energy field" described as electromagnetic patterns...
    : Consists on listening filtered music to stimulate the neurological system...
    : Fine, solid needles are introduced into specific spots to alleviate pain...
    : Employs manual therapy including spinal adjustment and soft-tissue manipulation...
    : Nutrition Counseling involves dietary nutrients to enhance well-being...