close to nature and or benefiting from nature;
a system of alternative medicine based on the theory that diseases can be successfully treated or prevented without the use of drugs, by techniques such as control of diet, exercise, and herbal medicine.
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"Look deep, deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better."
~ Albert Einstein
Holistic health practitioners recognize the inherent
healing ability within every person.
As a naturopath, I believe nature has given us everything we need to get well and stay well. The basic teaching of traditional naturopathy should sound familiar, “above all, do no harm”. The practitioner’s role is to help each individual identify and remove obstacles that may prevent wellness, rather than suppressing symptoms, and to help facilitate and augment their innate ability to self-heal.
Naturopathy focuses on prevention; it advocates a wellness-oriented diet and lifestyle. The holistic practitioner does not diagnose or treat illness but rather is a person’s guide to information about safe, healthy ways to change a lifestyle to bring about better health. A naturopath empowers you to take charge of your life and healthcare and to gain back the confidence to make decisions about your life now and into the future.
Loni McCollin’s clinical services are strictly educational in nature. As herbalists we do not diagnose or prescribe, but offer holistic health recommendations to help our clients make informed decisions about their own health care. All of the information on this website is for educational purposes only and has not been evaluated by the FDA. Herbal healing is not meant to replace medical diagnosis or treatment and you are always advised to consult with a licensed health care provider.
Traditional knowledge is not FDA approved.