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"Nature-Cure": The Concept

Science and Experiential Approaches

 

[Older page, retained for the time being.]

This page will have information about ways to improve health that draw upon "Traditional Naturopathy", "Nature-Cure", "Heilpraktik", Traditional Culture/Shamanic approaches, etc.

A hope: Vision of a Naturopathic Hospital


Other sites: The Weston A. Price Foundation information on natural foods and health [click here]

The "Wise Traditions" journal of the Price Foundation [click here]

Tooth Soap: A new dental experience. Fascinating!  [click here]

"Shopper's Guide to Avoiding Genetically Engineered Foods": The True Food Network [click here]


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Herb, Nutrient, and Drug Interactions

Presenting detailed, evidence-based coverage of the most commonly encountered therapeutic agents in modern clinical practice, Herb, Nutrient, and Drug Interactions: Clinical Implications and Therapeutic Strategies is your invaluable guide for safe and effective integration of herbal, nutrient, and drug therapies for your patients or clients. Combining pharmaceuticals with herbs or nutrients may complement or interfere with a drug's therapeutic action or may increase adverse effects. Furthermore, drug-induced depletion of essential nutrients can occur. It is critical that you know how herbs and nutritional agents might affect your treatment plan and your patient's health. By Stargrove, Treasure and McKee.

Book review: on Life Extension Foundation website, April 2009.


Growing Your Own Food:

Check out these sites for safe seeds, recommended by Vern Morin (wwwMorinLabs.com):

Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds www.rareseeds.com (my favorite seed catalog with coolest seed from around the globe and a company with a mission, also true country folk like my family).

Heirloom Acres Seeds www.heirloomacresseeds.com (A family company after my own heart dedicated to GOD and life and best prices).

Use Welter Seed and Honey www.welterseed.com for your catch/cover crop seed and clover seed to plant in between your rows and crops (this keeps weeds down, adds nitrogen naturally and encourages pollination by attracting bees and beneficial insects, our friends) another great company, although they do have an organic line they also have a hybrid line for Big Ag and the farmers who just do not care about anything but making money!

Earlier posting: Major news item about Monsanto's attempt to pollute and control the world's food supply:    "Fedco Seeds: The David to Monsanto's Goliath" . Please first visit the sites above. An organic gardener friend just told me that Fedco is a major double-agent in selling hybrids plus a smaller "heirloom seeds" line.

"...Cash-strapped consumers, scared by the specter of an empty fridge, are investing in the ultimate low-tech, high-yield start-up: the kitchen garden. The National Gardening Association estimates that some 43 million Americans are gearing up to grow at least some of their own food this spring...

"...Monsanto’s ongoing campaign to control our food chain has been well documented in a series of books, documentaries, and articles in recent years, but the vast majority of American consumers remain blissfully unaware of all the behind-the-scenes machinations Monsanto has employed in its quest to persecute–and, presumably, eliminate–the small, independent farmers who decline to buy Monsanto’s patented, genetically modified seeds, preferring instead to grow seed varieties that have been painstakingly bred for superior flavor and texture and, in many cases, passed down through generations..."


This is an in-depth resource for micronutrient information about foods. Just click on the name of a food to open a first page of basic nutrition information, then at the bottom of that page click on the line for "In-Depth Nutritional Profile" and read a long chart about contents such as glutamate, minerals, fatty acids and much more. This is a documentation site for the work of Dr. J., about food toxicity [click here] caused by glutamate and grains.


Self-Care with Herbs and Food: [see more--Healthcare On A Budget]


An FYI about corporate control of "organic foods" [click here for original]

 

NEW ADDITION:  FlexAware body movement therapy for mindful healing of one's connection with their own ability to move comfortably in their body.

See their Internet site >> For more info
Also: Washington Post Express Focus Article

"Slow Burn Fitness Revolution": Promotional video below.

This is recommended by the Hahnemann College for Homeopathy & Heilkunst.

 

See also:  Touching Nature | World Healing