Alternative Health Information

Naturopathy


Naturopathy is a holistic therapy that relies on natural remedies. Sunlight, air, and water are thought of as natural healers; this, along with nutritional supplements and massage therapies are all part of naturopathy.

Naturopathy is founded on the principles that bodies are capable of self-healing. Naturopathy emphasis healthy environments and is a belief that the natural body is one with the Divine on a cosmological viewpoint. Combining harmony or balance, naturopathy utilizes herbal supplements and remedies that enrich the immune system.

Theoretically, naturopathy is also based on the principle that one can use his or her mind to enhance the immune system, overall improving health and wellbeing. Naturopathy is a conglomeration of alternative medicines wrapped into one.

Commonly -- acupuncturists, Ayurvedic practitioners, and other alternative therapies utilize naturopathy in their various treatments. Colonic irrigation, vitamin and mineral supplements, detoxification, proper diet and exercise, and a myriad of other holistic therapies are almost always used to bring about natural healing through naturopathy.

If you are interested in naturopathy and how it may benefit you and your well-being, feel free to check Holistic Junction's business member directory for naturopathic practitioners, natural healing schools and insightful naturopathic literature today.

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