What is naturopathic medicine?

Natural medicine is a science-based tradition that promotes wellness by identifying the unique aspects of each patient and then employing non-toxic natural therapies to restore his or her physiological, psychological, and structural balance. The emphasis of naturopathic therapies is to prevent and treat the causes of disease and to stimulate the healing power of body by using natural techniques and therapies.

AJS Therapy Naturopathy treatments apply natural therapies and operate within a wide spectrum of natural medicine approaches: fasting, diet therapy, nutritional planning, psycho-somatic and spiritual counselling, herbs, cupping, hydrotherapy and exercise.

Naturopathy works within a paradigm , which states that it is the patient that is in need of treatment, not the disease state or symptom. Naturopathy is interested in finding and treating origins of symptoms, thus it will often use elimination diet to identify possible food or chemical triggers (MSG, dairy, wheat).

What does a treatment consist of?

During a consultations your Naturopath will ask questions about the person’s condition, medical history, diet and lifestyle, and any conventional treatments that they may be taking. You might be examined with kinesiology or by means of Iridology (looking into the iris), or tongue and nail diagnosis to get a better picture of the complete health state of the client. If needed, pathology testing such as hair, stool, or blood analysis may be recommended. The treatment plan may include advice on diet, lifestyle, exercise, herbal medicine, homeopathic treatments, or other suitable remedies. A Naturopath may also refer the client to other practitioners as part of an integrated health care approach.

What does a treatment consist of?

During a consultations your Naturopath will ask questions about the person’s condition, medical history, diet and lifestyle, and any conventional treatments that they may be taking. You might be examined with kinesiology or by means of Iridology (looking into the iris), or tongue and nail diagnosis to get a better picture of the complete health state of the client. If needed, pathology testing such as hair, stool, or blood analysis may be recommended. The treatment plan may include advice on diet, lifestyle, exercise, herbal medicine, homeopathic treatments, or other suitable remedies. A Naturopath may also refer the client to other practitioners as part of an integrated health care approach.

What can it treat?

Science confirms efficacy of Natural Medicine in treating chronic conditions that don’t respond to conventional medicine. Naturopathic medicine is used for most health issues. Some of the more common ones include:

What can I expect?

First therapeutic appointment usually last around 2 hour where the contracting and assessment routine should determine future program of recovery. You will be invited for 50 -minute-long consecutive follow up secessions on a monthly basis. Your health concerns will be considered from the perspective of naturopathic modalities of nutritional advice, herbal and homeopathic support, hijama and elements of spiritual and psycho-somatic counselling. You can expect a clearly outlined health goals and an action plan, together with natural medicine free prescription and discounted remedies and food supplements. Each experience of your life had been stored in the subconscious mind as well in the cellular memory of your body, by choosing naturopathic treatment you allowing for trauma and unprocessed issues to simply evaporate. Patient will experience a healing crisis, which is the natural form of detoxification of emotions, physical toxins and negative thoughts.

How does it apply to me?

Usually patients end up at naturopathic doctors after they’ve exhausted “conventional medicine.” Only after trying everything else out and finally doing their own research do most patients discover the potential and surprisingly long history of natural medicine. The body has innate capacity to heal itself if given the right conditions and naturopathic approach such as homoeopathy, herbal medicine, colon hydrotherapy, organ and parasite cleanse and nutritional considerations can imitate this process for you. Naturopathic treatments is a good option for people who might not find relief for their chronic illness through traditional medicine. It will identify specific weaknesses or dysfunctions in your health and tailor treatment based upon your unique needs. The organic approach to your wellbeing will allow you to make links between somatic symptoms as well as psychological. With cleansing and nourishment suggestions you will experience clarity of mind, increased levels of energy, some symptoms reversal and immunity improvement.

How does it apply to me?

Usually patients end up at naturopathic doctors after they’ve exhausted “conventional medicine.” Only after trying everything else out and finally doing their own research do most patients discover the potential and surprisingly long history of natural medicine. The body has innate capacity to heal itself if given the right conditions and naturopathic approach such as homoeopathy, herbal medicine, colon hydrotherapy, organ and parasite cleanse and nutritional considerations can imitate this process for you. Naturopathic treatments is a good option for people who might not find relief for their chronic illness through traditional medicine. It will identify specific weaknesses or dysfunctions in your health and tailor treatment based upon your unique needs. The organic approach to your wellbeing will allow you to make links between somatic symptoms as well as psychological. With cleansing and nourishment suggestions you will experience clarity of mind, increased levels of energy, some symptoms reversal and immunity improvement.

Is it safe and evidence based?

Naturopathy, or naturopathic medicine, is an alternative health practice that uses all-natural remedies to prevent and treat illness. Natural Medicine is a scientifically proven practice and finds it’s evidence in medical research: https://www.evidence.nhs.uk/search?q=Naturopathy

The natural remedies’ are not pharmaceutical and its origin comes from the plant, animal and mineral kingdoms. They are also free from unethical animals testing. Homeopathic, nutritional and herbal remedies stimulate the body’s energy rather that its chemical balance, so there are no side effects as there is no chemical elements assimilating in the body tissues. For the same reasons they are safe, non-toxic, non-invasive and non-addictive and can be used for babies, children, pregnancy and breastfeeding. They can be taken alongside drug prescribed by doctor and will not interfere with them. Remedies are supplied in a form of granule, liquid or powder; and work best if dissolved in a glass of water