Botanical medicine is the therapeutic use of plants to facilitate healing.
The medicinal use of plants dates back to the earliest civilizations. Medicinal
herbs are used in every culture and is the foundation of
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is an ancient system of health care. TCM
is based on the concept of balanced "Qi" (vital energy) that optimally flows
throughout the body uninterupted. Disease manifests when this flow is blocked.
Using acupuncture, diet, herbs and lifestyle changes such as meditation or
exercises, Qi can be restored to a smooth and healthy flow.
Homeopathy is a therapeutic system of medicine that is based on the law
of similars - the principle that "like cures like". This means that a
substance that can cause certain symptoms in a healthy person can cure similar
symptoms in an unhealthy person.
Clinical nutrition includes both dietary modifications and supplementation of
vitamins, minerals and nutrients to optimize health. This may be to balance
deficiencies, assist the body in detoxification of toxic elements and to
address specific health concerns.
Lifestyle counseling encompasses all of the day-to-day ways that we protect
our health and nourish our mind, body and spirit. This includes exercise, stress reduction,
breathing techniques, mindfulness, meditation, visualization, healthy communication,
and the environment in which we live - all of the aspects that make up a
healthy, happy, balanced life.
Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture is a non-surgical method of reducing signs of the
aging process. Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture, often referred to as
an Acupuncture Facelift or Cosmetic Acupuncture, is much more than just a cosmetic