Naturopath and herbalist Paul Keogh discusses the synergy and commonalities between Eastern and Western Herbal Medicine.
Childhood encompasses a period of immense growth, not just physically, but emotionally and mentally as well. The developing nervous system is highly sensitive to external influences, and while some children adapt to these influences or stressors, other children do not adapt so easily. Accordingly, anxiety, irritability, hyperactivity, sleep disturbances and changes to mood may develop in children.
Is a loss of traditional herbal medicine applications coming at the expense of the pursuit of science? We get Denis Stewart's perspective.
Rebecca Hughes has a gift for clinical success in skin conditions. Today she shares with us how she approaches eczema and atopic dermatitis cases and what therapeutics she employs to achieve long-lasting relief for her patients.
Michelle shares with us some of the ways modern day slavery may impact our industry and more importantly, what can be done about it.
Ethnobotany is a term used describe the study of traditional or indigenous plant knowledge and application, which significantly contributes to Aboriginal paediatrics, some of the oldest surviving practices in the world.[1,2] These practices represent 50,000 years of wisdom and cultural evolution.