Sound Nutrition

The treatment methods of naturopathy are so many that a practitioner can become a specialist in any one particular field. Practitioners range from physicians to massage therapists and their approach to diagnosis varies accordingly. According to all practitioners, evaluation of diet and lifestyle is considered crucial. Also, if the practitioner has a high level of medical expertise, diagnosis may involve laboratory analysis, X-rays and a physical examination.

Recommendations for treatment may include one or more of the following naturopathic remedies, depending on the symptoms and the practitioner’s philosophy and experience.

  • Massage therapy
  • Water treatment
  • Body wraps
  • Steam/ sauna Detoxification
  • Application of hot, cold, mud packs
  • Yoga
  • Herbs
  • Counseling
  • Aromatherapy
  • Stress reduction and relaxation techniques
  • Acupressure/ Acupuncture

From skepticism to belief, we have come full circle!
The ‘natural way’ has become part of our lifestyle and we have turned once again to home remedies and natural cures. 

Why is everyone talking of natural remedies these days? The answer is not too difficult to find. These cures are simple, hundred percent natural, inexpensive and above all, have no side effects.

Minor ailments like common cold, pains and cuts or aches, acne and dandruff can be treated with natural remedies. The chemicals present in herbs, spices and other foods tackle the offending foreign element in the body that causes the infection or pain.

Natural remedies can be used effectively to treat a range of ailments through correct and regular usage, be it boosting your child's immune system, preventing hair loss, treating persistent acne or dandruff, treating aches, pains or cuts and burns.

Research findings have shown that herbal supplements have brought about an overall improvement in the health of some patients. Here are some natural remedies for common ailments. Please do consult your naturopath or physician before trying them out.