Natural medicine

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Natural medicine can be considered complementary to classical medicine. It is used to build immunity, improve general well-being and broadly understood wellness. Natural healing methods include: herbal medicine, aromatherapy, apitherapy, acupuncture, acupressure, bioenergotherapy, homeopathy and elements of Eastern medicine (Ayurveda). In the treatment of chronic diseases, the use of natural methods should be consulted with the attending physician. Only he is able to provide information whether a given method will support the leading treatment and will not have any side effects.

 Natural treatments include effects on the body and psyche. According to Ayurvedic principles, health is the balance of body and mind. Natural medicine places great emphasis on promoting a healthy lifestyle. It is based on many unconventional techniques of treatment and diagnosis. Of particular importance is the principle of “do no harm” by employing techniques that are generally free from side effects. Color therapy, music therapy, meditation, yoga and massages have a great effect on the functioning of the body and significantly improve the general well-being.

 Some health problems should be eliminated by reaching for medicinal herbs in the form of teas, infusions, compresses or inhalations. For example, lemon balm tea helps with problems with insomnia and in reducing nervous tension. Fennel tea, on the other hand, works well for stomach disorders and flatulence. Apitherapy, i.e. treatment with honey and beekeeping products, effectively strengthens the body’s immunity and prevents colds. She is extremely appreciated by young mothers and their children. Acupuncture, in turn, involves inserting needles into individual points of the body. It especially helps with pain ailments. Health is a reason to be happy and smile. It is worth taking care of them to enjoy life for many years.


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