The aim of Herbal Medicine is to help bring the individual back to a state of health & balance. This is done by addressing the underlying cause of any imbalance. With a little bit of guidance and dash of plant medicine, your cell's memories are gently awakened to find their way back to well being.
Medical Herbalists incorporate their knowledge of medicinal plants, diet, nutrition, lifestyle & constitutional assessment to provide a holistic treatment plan unique to each individual.
Anusha includes elements of traditional medical systems from around the world such as Ayurveda (India), Traditional Chinese Medicine (China), Humoral (Greek) Medicine, Unani Tibb (Greco-Arabic) Medicine.
In addition, Anusha has a diversified knowledge base of various healing modalities (osteopathy, homeopathy, etc) and is able to recommend other types of practices where appropriate.
Herbal Medicine uses plants with medicinal properties to support the body in its natural healing process. It is a holistic healing art form integrating all aspects of a person's being (physical, mental, emotional, & spiritual) by analyzing one's health from a traditional healing perspective and designing a service that is unique to your individual needs.
Herbal Medicine uses various parts of medicinal plants such as the roots, leaves, stems, flowers, seeds, and tree barks. Some remedies use all parts of a plant to derive the complete plant profile. For example the entire plant may be used for extraction as a whole or extracted by individual parts i.e. the flower, leaves, roots, or seeds. Whole plant extractions are also done to capture the plant's vital energy in its full form which is then passed on to the individual when consumed.
Medicinal herbs are commonly consumed in the following 3 ways although there are other modes of administration: Tinctures, powders and teas. Tinctures are water & alcoholic based extracts. Powders are made from dried plant parts and teas can be infused from either the fresh or dried plants.
Herbal Medicine is an important part of our daily lives. Many of us are now remembering that these remedies are available right at our fingertips. In fact, they're all around us! The beautiful dandelions that most consider as weeds make incredible healing remedies. The pungent garlic that is added to pasta sauce is a natural antibiotic in its raw form. The aromatic cinnamon that sweetens our desserts is a beautiful warming digestive and circulatory stimulant.
Plants have an innate infinite intelligence that surpasses our current understanding of its benefits when we view it through a purely scientific lens. Combining our modern day knowledge with traditional practices of herbal medicine around the world, offers us an amazingly multidimensional perspective of what plants are truly capable of.
We are currently on the leading edge, constantly discovering what our world has to offer and the field of plant medicine is at the forefront.
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