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HOLISTIC HERBALISM by Certified Holistic Herbalist S.N.H.S DIP (Advance Herbalism Phytotherapy)

Member of: 

MALAYSIAN ASSOCIATION OF NATURAL MEDICINE PRACTITIONER (MANMP 0182) 

COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE ASSOCIATION UK (MCMA P20201118004)

Herbal healing the last 5000 years......

The foundation of traditional western alternative and complementary remedies are based on two principle practice: The system of constitutional energetics (hot, cold, damp, dry, excess, deficiency and so on) and the system of classification of herbs as to their energetic effect on the body (Alteratives, Anthelmintics, Astringent, Cathartic, Diaphoretic, Diuretic, Emmanagogue, Expectorant & Demulcent, Nervine & Antispasmodic, Stimulant, Tonic, Antibiotic).  

 

The practice of Phytotherapy

A term used to describe the practice of herbalism.  Define as the study of the use of extract of natural origins as medicine or health promoting agents.  This is the fine art when you try to connect the wholeness of the person with the wholeness of plants, so the person would be able to experience the wholeness of life.

 

Herbal restoratives can be used in three essential ways:

1. To prevent disease

2. To maximize one's health potential

3. Herbs are also used for symptomatic relief of minor ailments