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Health and Healing are related to the concept of "wholeness." In latin the word "san" means health and it also means to be whole. In the word "san" the implication goes beyond the physical to include the whole being of the person. It includes also the health of the soul and spirit; emotional and constitutional health respectively. It is impossible to deal with health without including the physical, emotional and mental bodies.
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Having said this, please do not expect explanations to be reduced to simple "sound bites" for a simple "how to." Without comprehending fundamental principles of causes, effects and their origins, a real solution is hard to come by. Without understanding how and why something is, it would be nearly impossible to pursue any constructive suggestions to their end.
If someone wants to help themselves, understanding must come first. Therefore we do not just provide a product, we also prefer to present a plausible explanation from an alternative and natural point of view.
It is interesting to note that when ever an apparently "new" ailment is being observed that it is being assumed that it must have a completely new cause. The Human body has remained virtually unchanged for at least several thousand years, containing exactly the same organs, in the same positions, having the same functions. The only things that have noticeably changed are the environment we live in and the foods we eat. The environment has clearly become less rural and more urban, the foods are obviously less natural and more processed or otherwise "treated." Let's See, could the epidemic increases in major diseases have something to to with these changes instead of viruses, bacteria, heredity and DNA? . . . You can decide!
"An explanation of any ailment and their causes from the Traditional Herbal point of view may sound more like an allegory than an explanation. But, anyone with common sense will usually understand it quickly. Also, what becomes apparent is that many ailments are interrelated and not separate from each other. All of the ailments mentioned here are closely related and so is their resolution."
It must be noted that the natural way of describing an ailment is quite simple - but not simple minded. No problem can be greater than the sum of its parts.
The Human body consists of a finite number of vital organs that support and maintain life. Therefore, if there is an ailment it stands to reason that there can only be a finite set of causes the number of which cannot exceed the number of organs/parts the body has. (Symptoms believed to be the direct result of a virus or bacteria are merely the result of specific organs struggling to remove them or other toxic wastes from the body.) How then is it possible that there are literally thousands of ailments and causes of ailments with new ones being discovered all the time? Are these new problems or simply overcomplicated explanations that miss the point? There is no need to get unnecessarily technical in order to explain most things - especially ailments. The details are only necessary after the main concept is explained and understood. Once the principle is understood the means of aiding are self evident to a thinking person.
We hope that this information will be useful. The views, ideas, and concepts contained are based on Natural Principles long established by Traditional Herbal Theory.
"The physician should be an Alchemist; that is to say, he should understand the Chemistry of Life. Medicine is not merely a science, but an art. It does not consist merely in compounding pills and plasters and drugs, but it deals with the processes of Life, which must be understood before they can be guided. " Paracelsus