These natural health treatments are provided by alternative health practitioners or naturopaths who use a holistic approach, meaning that they treat the whole person, looking not only at any illnesses you present with but also preventative measures such as stress reduction and changes to diet and lifestyle.
Naturopathic medicine is made up of many alternative therapies such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, colonic irrigation, hydrotherapy and aromatherapy.
"In 2003, a nine-week study was undertaken at the Inter-University of Graz in Austria........."
"They demonstrated that consumption of this particular salt can lead to significant positive changes in the body, including respiratory, nervous system, circulatory, organ and connective tissues. Not only that, but study participants noted better quality sleep, improved energy and concentration levels, hair and nail growth and weight loss." That’s quite a positive list!
A herbalist uses modern-day herbal medicine to take a holistic view of your diet, lifestyle and medical history to get to the root cause of any illness. If, for example, you experience a headache, this can have many causes – hormones, dehydration, tension, poor digestion, to name a few. You might reach for a painkiller to take away the pain, but it probably won’t address the underlying issue.
If you were to be lucky enough to travel to the far-flung and remote recesses of the Himalayas, you would come across a tiny kingdom called Hunza. You may never have heard of it and it may sound like the stuff of legends and fairy tales, because the people of Hunza – known as Hunzakuts - are reported to live beyond 100 years of age, in some cases to 120 or older!
With the right levels of magnesium in your system, your natural hormones get to do their jobs properly. They rely on magnesium to support them in their work and to help them do a better job of looking after your body. Thankfully, there are many ways you can boost your body’s magnesium supply.