Naturopathic Cures

The Theory of Naturopathic Cures may have originated from the works of a Spanish Naturopath, José Oriol Ávila Montesó in the 1980s [1]. In “How Naturopathy Works", he outlined a therapeutic approach involving 4 key stages: detoxification, revitalization, stabilization and regeneration. For each of these, he highlighted the importance of both the physical and mental … Continue reading Naturopathic Cures

Naturopathic Theories

What are theories? Therefore our Naturopathic Theories are systems of ideas used to assist the understanding of health and disease and to guide healing. There are 11 main theories [1]: Vital Force and Theory of VitalityIntegration of the IndividualNaturopathic Cures – detoxification, revitalization, stabilization and regenerationValue of a FeverTherapeutic OrderNaturopathic Triad of HealthUnity of DiseaseHering’s … Continue reading Naturopathic Theories

Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (Principle 6)

"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."Benjamin Franklin A major aspect of Naturopathy is its focus on preventative healthcare and our role as "Docere" is to teach patients the meaning of Disease Prevention and Health promotion. To teach them to be ‘proactive’ in maintaining health rather than solely being ‘reactive’ to treating … Continue reading Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (Principle 6)

“The Healing Power of Nature” (Naturopathic Principle 2)

This post covers the 2nd Naturopathic Principle. What is "Vis Medicatrix Naturae"? and how do Naturopaths apply this in practice? It's a short post but I hope its informative. Peace, Love & Health J.T.

1. “FIRST, DO NO HARM” (Naturopathic Principle 1)

This next series of posts will focus on the 7 Naturopathic Principles. We start is a Principle anyway? Followed by a description of the first one which all doctors know by heart - "First, Do No Harm" or "Primum non nocere". What does this mean? And finally, how is it implemented in naturopathic practice? Read on to find out! Love, Peach and Health J.T.

Naturopathic Philosophies: VITALISM and HOLISM

The last post gave a broad "Overview of the Naturopathic Profession." This one will cover the 2 core Naturopathic philosophies. Before we dig into the Naturopathic philosophies, what exactly is a philosophy anyway? (Meaning of philosophy from a quick google search) In this instance, the 2nd meaning is more applicable. (highlighted in the picture) Therefore, … Continue reading Naturopathic Philosophies: VITALISM and HOLISM

Overview of the Naturopathic Profession

After the previous post about "What is Naturopathy?", I thought of diving straight into the philosophies at the core of Naturopathic practice worldwide. However, I reconsidered and thought that a short post about a broad overview of our profession might be better. Kind of like a Table of Contents before diving straight into the 'book'. … Continue reading Overview of the Naturopathic Profession

Coltsfoot Tea and Marshmallow Extract for Persistent Dry Cough

When I was a kid, I had childhood asthma and the doctors were always quick to prescribe cough syrups and inhalers. Although these were strong, quick and effective remedies, over the years, I realized that they may have weakened my bronchial structures (air passages). As a result, every time I caught a cough, it would … Continue reading Coltsfoot Tea and Marshmallow Extract for Persistent Dry Cough

New Fasting Protocol: Purging, Lemon Juice and Spelt Broth!

"THE BEST OF ALL MEDICINES IS RESTING AND FASTING." - BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Through some combination of divine intervention and listening to my gut, I recently started seeing another naturopath and Singapore's only Medical Herbalist, Dr. Sebastian Liew. I even bought his book! More details about the journey leading up to this another time. After hearing about my condition, my … Continue reading New Fasting Protocol: Purging, Lemon Juice and Spelt Broth!

My Story (June 2017)

Story of my autoimmune battles the last 6 months. Not giving up on this war!