Herbal Medicine

 

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Herbal (Botanical) Medicine                                                  From NHAA

Herbal medicine is the oldest and still the most widely used system of medicine in the world today. It is medicine made exclusively from plants. It is used in all societies and is common to all cultures.

Herbal medicine is increasingly being validated by scientific investigation which seeks to understand the active chemistry of the plant. Many modern pharmaceuticals have been modeled on, or derived from chemicals found in plants. An example is the heart medication digoxin derived from foxglove (Digitalis purpurea).

Using plants as medicine provides significant advantages for treating many conditions. The therapeutic activity of a plant is due to its complex chemical nature with different parts of the plant providing certain therapeutic effects.

What can Herbal Medicine assist you with?

Do you have difficulties with:

  • Sleep, anxiety, stress?
  • Gas, bloating, IBS, digestive issues?
  • Poor immune system, hayfever, allergies?
  • Poor circulation & cardiovascular health?
  • Menopause, period pain, endometriosis, androgen excess?
  • Skin disorders: acne, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis?
  • Joint pain & inflammation: osteoarthritis, gout?

If so, Herbal Medicine may be able to help you. Why not enquire today?

Ongoing research into the efficacy and uses of Herbal Medicine continues to prove the invaluable assistance it can provide across a very wide range of health issues. View some of the articles published on the ATMS website for examples of this.

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