"You Are What You Eat Out Of" - Hua-t'o, the famous Chinese ancient physician Natural medicine is the use of natural traditional methods which involves herbal medicines old proven practices to heal ailments. Traditionally many cultures has passed down over hundreds of years a certain form of natural medicine. The Chinese old saying, "You are what you eat out of" beholds a lot of truth and meaning in the speech. Every individual should pause and think about this Quote as the type of food and nutrients that you put into your body literally make up your body. People today are fed with a daily barrage of psychologically influencing advertisements that promotes unhealthy lifestyle behaviors such as smoking, drinking alcohol, and eating fast food."You can never get enough of what you don't really want, but you can certainly ruin your life!"Most disease and sickness are preventable with therapeutic natural cures but some with manageable side effects.
Some are curable using natural substances. Almost every ailment we face can be remedied with something from nature.
Ancient herbalists believe that for every wild grown poison plant usually there will be a friendly nearby cure in near vicinity, sometimes it may be in the form of a fungi, flowers, leaves or even roots "Therapeutic Natural Cures" advocate the use of natural methods since they are inexpensive and relatively risk-free, it also emphasize vegetarianism as another approach to apply natural medicines using traditional methods.
However, not all natural cures have been proven to be totally effective but it has proven as an accompanying remedy to minor ailments.
In today's practice of modern medicine, it revolves around diagnosing an illness and prescribing treatments. Natural cures offers an disease prevention option which strives to make each patient practice good health habits. These habits include good diet, healthy living, Your body reacts to the food you put into your body, affecting how you feel on an everyday basis. Plant foods not only improve health, but they also boost your energy levels. Sure, some vegetarians still eat buttered popcorn, candy and other unhealthy foods in moderation, but they also tend to be more conscious about their health overall, and specifically about the foods they consume. It is funny but true that science, in its quest for excellence leads us back to the remedies that nature offers. The possibilities of finding remedies to everyday illnesses in natural medicine are encouraging. So staying tuned to studying these remedies is worthwhile until we can verify that such cures are truly helpful to our health and our society.
|Size: ||3.4 MB|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781456625092 (EPUB)|