Herbal healing remedies in the form of teas, poultices, and infusions took their root in Europe, co-existed with mystical Chinese healing herbal remedies of the orient, and merged with the rich, plant-based herbal natural remedies of the Native Americans. Unfortunately, herbs and healing practices fell out of favor as chemical-based medicine became popular, leading to the labeling of herbs for healing as “alternative natural healing” as opposed to today’s conventional medicinal healing.
While conventional, chemical-based medicine is highly effective at handling medical crises, such as heart attacks, modern western herbal healing natural remedies as practiced by naturopaths and those seeking natural herbal healing home remedies can be effective herbal healing treatments for a variety of conditions.
Today, there are herbal healing academies that teach the art and science of healing herbs, teaching the many ways herbs can bring health and healing to those who use them properly to bring herbal relief. Today, there are herbal healing remedies for depression, herbal healing remedies for anxiety, herbal healing remedies for skin conditions such as acne, and more. Modern medical herbal therapy can lead to natural herbal healing and prevention when used properly. Explore for yourself how using herbs for health and healing can do for you.
by Ashley Koff, R.D. and Kathy Kaehler
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