Common Diseases > Introduction
at this time in our history is as
rampant as ever. Despite the best
available drugs and medications. As
we progress as a society and as a
civilisation, dis-ease continues to
manifest in many different ways.
Here we present a little of what we
know about various conditions and
what may influence a positive
Understanding is one
of the best medicines.
have seen over the past 50 years a
resurgence of interest in traditional
methods of healing. We have seen many
people experience complete recovery
from some of the most serious
dis-eases by using natural methods.
treatments are many, and now with the
co-operation of science,
understandings are being validated.
We are finding that the majority of
people of the world are using some
form of natural therapy, from vitamin
and mineral supplements to
osteopathy, massage, spiritualism,
homeopathy, naturopathy, flower
essences and more.
evidence to support the cure of any
dis-ease is anecdotal. In what is
considered complementary medicine,
dis-ease is a symptom of a
psycho-spiritual problem, and the
objective in treatment is to heal the
individual, to bring them into a
greater sense of wholeness, of
harmony, so then the symptoms of
dis-ease will go away. It is not so
much to cure the problem and make the
symptom go away, rather to cure the
person and they will be healed.
Within the fields of
healing there are many differences of
medical science and your family
doctor hold to a view that there is
no cure of any dis-ease, rather there
is the the ability to suppress and
manipulate symptoms either with
medication, or the removal of the
offending body parts to affect the
health status of an individual.
Attempts at the cure of dis-ease
although working in the isolation of
the laboratory often fail to work,
although can produce interesting and
profitable new drugs/products.
in science and medicine support the
case for a healthy diet, exercise,
rest and recreation to maintain a
healthy body and mind.
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