Natural medicine is traditional medicine. With over 4000 years of history, it is the longest practiced and most used medicine. More people have been treated with natural medicine than by all other medical systems combined. Throughout the test of time, natural medicine has stood firm. All research, studies, and utilization have been on humans - not rats, rabbits, monkeys, and guinea pigs. Natural Medicine is safe, effective, and when performed by a skilled practitioner, the patient reaps wonderful benefits.


Results depend on the individual - strong constitution patients tend to see results faster than weak constitution patients, patients who developed the diseases recently tend to see results faster than those who developed it years ago, younger patients tend to see results faster than elderly patients, and patients that heed advise tend to see results faster than those who disregard the advise.

Natural medicine offers real treatment and the patient receives recovery on the cellular level. Natural medicine is not a pain killer or drug that numbs the pain temporarily. Because when the drug wears off, the patient is back to square one or worse. Natural medicine is steady recovery to regain health.


Wholistic medicine means that the body works together as a whole. One of the most common misconceptions about natural medicine is that it is "holistic" medicine, associated with Eastern religion and new-age medicine. The used of the word "holistic" is misleading and is incorrectly spelled. Natural medicine values every aspect of the human body because the body is created perfect in its entirely. Each organ works together to maintain homeostasis and balance within the body. Natural medicine views surgery only as the last option, and thus the term wholistic medicine was developed.


Natural medicine is utilized to treat a wide spectrum of diseases, ranging from acute to chronic ailments. If you suffer from any of the following, natural medicine can greatly benefit you.

Heart Disease In the U.S., there is an alarming 40% death rate from cardiovascular disease. In fact, more Americans die from heart disease than from any other illness.

Cancer In 1993, the American Cancer Society predicted that about 33% of Americans will eventually develop some form of cancer. In 1996, there were an estimated 158,700 lung cancer deaths, 56,040 colon and rectum cancer deaths, and 27,800 pancreas cancer deaths. That same year, about 44,300 females died from breast cancer, 14,800 died from ovarian cancer, and 41,400 males died from prostate cancer.

Diabetes 16 million Americans are plagued with Type I or Type II diabetes

Eye Disorders More than 44,000 cornea and 6200 sclera repairs and replacements performed each year in the United States

Incontinence 10 million patients suffer from incontinence in the U.S.

Infectious Diseases Genital herpes, caused by the herpes simplex virus, affects 20 million Americans, with 500,000 new cases annually. Lyme disease causes flu-like symptoms in 100,000 Americans yearly.

Liver Transplant Since 1988, there have been more than 23,000 liver transplants.

Migraines 23 million Americans suffer from migraines

Osteoporosis 25 million Americans are affected by osteoporosis

Reproductive Disorders 285,000 unnecessary hysterectomies are performed each year in the U.S., 10 million U.S. men suffer from Reproductive Disorder