What Are Natural Medicines?

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Natural medicines are made of natural ingredients, such as herbs, teas, fruits, vegetables and roots, without any chemical enhancements. Understand what constitutes a natural medicine with information from a practicing wellness consultant in this free video on natural remedies.

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Have you ever wondered what natural medicines are? Well look no more, you are in the right place, we're going to cover that today. I'm Isabelle Simon you're wellness consultant. Wellness and natural medicines are medicines, or I should say, supplements that are made out of natural ingredients. In other words, typically herbs, teas and ingredients made out of fruits and vegetables. Things that you find in nature, as opposed to something produced in a lab synthetically with chemicals. So a natural medicine is something that is made of natural ingredients. And natural medicine can also be a technique used or a treatment used by a professional. Sometimes, a massage is considered as a natural medicine because it doesn't use any chemicals in it's treatment. It can be used or perceived or referred to as a natural medicine. Chiropractic treatment or the same can be sometimes referred as natural medicines. Things as acupuncture as well, many times been referred as natural medicines. And believe it or not, the most natural medicine out there is food. Now when I mention food, I mention clean food, natural food. Not processed food. In other words pasta doesn't, you know, fall under the category of natural medicines. But fruits, vegetables, things that you find in the garden, those would be considered as natural medicines. Meat, fish, anything that does not require any processing can be, and has been utilized and referred to as natural medicine. I hope you've learned a few tips today on what is natural medicine. And, I will see you soon. I'm Isabelle. Take care.


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