History



  The history of naturopathic medicine goes back thousands of years to the traditions of ancient civilizations such as Egypt, China and India, which used herbs and other elements of nature for healing and health care.


  Modern naturopathy, however, developed in Europe in the 19th century, and one of its pioneers was German physician Benedict Lust. Lust brought the practice of naturopathy to America in 1902 and founded the first school of naturopathy.


  Since then, naturopathic medicine has continued to grow, adapting the latest scientific research to its holistic approach to health. Today, naturopaths around the world use a variety of methods such as herbal medicine, dietetics, hydrotherapy, homeopathy, acupuncture and body manipulation to support the body's natural ability to heal itself and promote a healthy lifestyle.


  Naturopathy is a combination of ancient wisdom and modern science, which together aim to ensure total individual and community health.



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