Herbal remedies have been used by many cultures since ancient times and to the present day for medicinal purposes. They are more natural and gentle to the body while still demonstrating effectiveness. Herbs still have the potential to work despite acquired tolerance to medications.
Most people have several toxins stored in their bodies through food, air, water, cosmetics, and even their houses. When the body is overloaded, illness can manifest. Removing these toxins from the body will help improve the immune system, the body's own detoxification mechanisms, the processing of hormones, as well as bring the body back into balance.
Our food no longer has the same amount of nutrients it had before due to poor farming practices. Supplying the body with the proper nutrients and the right amount is key to optimal functioning on all levels.
Alternating hot and cold applications of water helps to improve circulation, thus enabling the body to more adequately deliver oxygen and other nutrients to and remove wastes from the cells. It also helps reduce inflammation and is very useful for injury recovery. You can learn how to use this powerful therapy at home.
The mind affects the health of the rest of the body, and the state of the rest of the body affects an individual's mental and emotional disposition. Using gentle techniques to help one cope with various stressors can help reduce physical stress to the body.
The premise behind homeopathy is ‘like cures like.’ A remedy's unique symptom picture must match an individual’s unique expression of illness. It addresses a person's spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical state.
Dr. Miles holds her license as a Naturopathic Physician in the state of Arizona. Texas currently does not license Naturopathic doctors. Naturopathic doctors in this state are not currently recognized as Medical doctors and are not Doctors of Osteopathy, nor do they offer medical advice or prescribe medications. They can operate as Natural Health consultants.