First, let’s look at the root of it: what is holistic? Holism or holistic is the concept of emphasizing the importance of the whole and the interdependence of its parts.
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The roots of all medicine are holistic. In fact, the challenge today is to reunite modern conventional medicine with its holistic roots. The principles of holistic healing can be summarized into three properties: the whole person, natural elements, and personal empowerment. Ancient thinkers and healers recognized the importance of these perspectives thousands of years ago.
“…the part can never be well unless the whole is well.” – Socrates
Chinese medicine has been around for almost 5,000 years. Over the eons it has evolved into a complex diagnostic and treatment system. Many of the methods are still practiced today. Chinese medicine views the human body as a small universe of interconnected systems. These systems interact according to both physical elements and subtle energies. The balance of energies such as “qi,” or life force, and “shen,” or spirit, is essential in maintaining health.
Herbal medicine is the oldest form of health care known to mankind. Every culture on earth evolved along with their environments. Accordingly, their healing practices relied on the natural plants available to them.
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