I am an aromatherapist and use Ayurveda quality Essential Oils regularly in my practrice for use as topical and internal supplaments. I am very well versed in natural remedies, but always advise the judicious approach of blending western medical practices with naturopa
[More]thic approaches. This is truly a "holistic" approach. While many naturopathic practitioners completely disavow the worth of "treating the symptom" rather than the source of the problem, I see the benefit of doing both. It is important to retain balance in one's thinking: there are times you may need "acute" therapies such as antibiotics, but usually, changing one's behavior, diet, life-style, etc. can help to alleviate or moderate many health conditions. Certainly, there are times when both frames of reference are important. I encourage everyone to think critically about what will be best for him or her and not to be "spoon fed" anything by anyone. We are all responsible for our own health and we must be our own advocate!
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