Herbal therapy

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  • Chapter 3 - Pathology. This chapter presents the following content: Areas of competence, medical terminology, the nine regions of the abdomen, risk factors for disease, microorganisms, modes of disease transmission, stages of inflammation, disorders/diseases, drugs and herbal therapy, effects of physical and emotional abuse and trauma.

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  • When I began research for the Nutrition Almanac in the early seventies, scientific information on health and nutrition was scarce and difficult to find. In recent years, however, there has been a plethora of studies and most are easier to access. The database of the National Library of Medicine, for example, lists over 40,000 articles specifically on alternative medicine. Alternative therapies focus on the underlying cause.

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  • A Compendium of Essays on Alternative Therapy is a web based resource, encompassing some of the modalities of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), such as homeopathy, herbalism, tai chi, cupping, and Feldenkrais method. While this e-resource deals with only a few of the popular CAM modalities, it is hoped that this will promote further insight, research, and exchange of ideas on the state of CAM modalities within the CAM community, CAM practitioners, conventional clinicians, and general scientists .

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  • Much has happened since the first edition of this book appeared in 2002. Despite the continuing paucity of robust scientific evidence to support most of its constituent therapies, complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) remains popular with clients who appreciate the holistic approach and have a belief in its effectiveness.

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  • This book provides information on alternative and complementary therapies that can expand the healing spectrum for individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI). It discusses healing perspectives and paradigms that have not been a part of traditional modern medicine but that, nevertheless, comprised a key component of healing armamentaria throughout much of mankind’s history.

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  • This book was written to provide accurate and helpful information about complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) to people with multiple sclerosis (MS). The term CAM refers broadly to medical approaches, such as acupuncture or herbal medicine, that are not typical components of conventional medicine. Despite the fact that the majority of people with MS appear to use CAM, it may be difficult to find reliable information about the relevance and usefulness of these therapies in MS.

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  • Alternative medicine is recognized as medical products and practices that do not belong to the standard cares taken by medical doctors, doctors of osteopathy and allied health professionals. Alternative medicine includes the mind-body interventions (i.e., meditation, yoga, acupuncture, deep-breathing exercises, guided imageryAny of various techniques (such as a series of verbal suggestions) used to guide another person or oneself in imagining sensations— especially in visualizing an image in the mind—to bring about a desired physical response (such as stress reduction).

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  • This handy reference provides users with an understanding of complementary and alternative treatment options for more than 130 common disease states. A practical manual, it describes a variety of possible approaches to small animal disorders. Concentrating on nutrition, herbs, traditional Chinese medicines, and physical therapies, the authors present both tradition- and evidence-based therapies for disorders not always responsive to conventional therapies.

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  • In the present sample of 23 countries in which patients are required to purchase medicines in the public sector, prices paid for the lowest-priced generic medicines, on average, range from 1.9 times the international reference price (IRP) in the Eastern Mediterranean to 3.7 times the IRP in Europe. In some individual countries, local prices for generics exceed the interna- tional reference prices by a factor of four and above: examples include, Ukraine (MPR, 4.0), Sudan (MPR, 4.4), Kazakhstan (MPR, 4.8) and the Philippines (MPR, 6.4).

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  • The present assessment showed that traditional herbal medicine has flourished in rural areas where modern medicine is parsimoniously accessed as a result of the high cost and long travel time to health center. More- over inadequate modern medical resources/facilities and government subsidies also made traditional herbal medi- cine pertinent in Nepal. It is estimated that there is one physician for every 20,000 people whereas there is more than one healer for every 100 people in Nepal [41,42].

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  • Each of us has some beliefs and assumptions about health and illness that are ours alone, and others that we share with members of our cultural group. When one person experiences stomach pains, he may take an antacid. Another might consult an urgent care nurse. Others may fix an herbal tea, visit a shaman, or take acupuncture treatment. Some will do nothing, even when the pain becomes intense, perhaps because their culture views the expression of pain as a sign of weakness.

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  • Traditional herbal medicine has been used since ancient time in many parts of the world where access to formal and modern healthcare is limited. Nepal is not exempt and in mid-hills, mountainous and rural areas of the country where access and services are limited, herbal medicine is the basis of treatment of most illness through traditional knowledge. It is estimated that approximately 90% of the Nepalese people reside in rural areas where access to government health care facil- ities is lacking [30]. These people rely predominantly on traditional herbal medicine.

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  • OVER THE PAST DECADE, alternative medical therapies have played an increasingly prominent role in American health care. In the nation’s grocery stores, homeopathic treatments and over-thecounter herbal remedies crowd aisles that were once largely devoted to analgesics, sore throat lozenges, and fruit-flavored, animal-shaped children’s vitamins. Eager to fill their beds and their coffers, hospitals advertise—even celebrate—the inclusion of nontraditional medical practices.

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  • It’s natural to want to help yourself feel better. Some people with cancer say that complementary medicine helps them feel better. An approach is called complementary medicine when it is used along with standard cancer treatment. Acupuncture, massage therapy, herbal products, vitamins or special diets, and meditation are examples of such approaches. Talk with your doctor if you are thinking about trying anything new. Things that seem safe, such as certain herbal teas, may change the way your cancer treatment works. These changes could be harmful.

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