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Naturopathy is a practice involving elements of Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Hydrotherapy, Acupuncture, and similar non-toxic alternative medicine practices to treat the entire being and encourage the self-healing process. Naturopaths believe that the human body has a strong and natural healing ability which can be used to fight against most diseases. The six basic principles of naturopathic …

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Homeopathy is one of the most common complementary therapies used by cancer patients. It was found in the late 1700s in Germany. The basic principle of Homeopathy is – like cures like. Hence, in homeopathy, the homeopath uses tiny doses of the substance which, if used in large doses can cause the symptoms of the …

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Chinese Medicine

Just like Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine has been around for quite some time. Given the seclusion of China and the ruling state from the rest of the world since the beginning of time, it can be safely said that Chinese medicine was built independently through the years with slight input from trade routes like Silk Route. …

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Theorized to be as old as the Indus Valley Civilization, Ayurveda is an alternative

Acupuncture & Acupressure

Traditional Chinese medicine was based on the concept of Qi – a vital force of energy inside our body. This energy flows along channels called meridians. Acupuncture and acupressure are ways to alter the flow to restore or optimize good health. Since both these techniques stimulate nerves, they help in the release of endorphins in …

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Traditional Medicines

Allopathic medicine sometimes referred to as Modern or Western medicine owing to its origin in developed nations, has taken over the world today. Big Pharma is a several billion-dollar industry today, and as such is identified with cutting-edge research and massive investment in developing new-age treatment options. Consequently, there has been a lot of improvement …

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Breathing Exercises

The way we breathe can affect the way we live. Breathing is often taken for granted for it is such an involuntary process. There is no thinking involved in breathing. But a conscious effort to be aware of breathing has showed some brilliant results. Especially in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. Breathing and cancer In India, …

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