Herbal Medicine Services Concord NH

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Alan Gaby
(717) 249-5403
12 Spaulding Street
Concord, NH
Membership Organizations
American Holistic Medical Association (AHMA)

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Marcy Mikutowicz
(603) 748-2920
Concord, NH
Services
Crystal Healer, Reiki Master, Medium
Membership Organizations
Peacefulmind.com

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Paul Smith Counseling
(603) 226-6609
2 Union Street
Concord, NH
 
Lisa Schermerhorn
(781) 718-9288
Concord, NH
 
Amala Wellness
(978) 376-2871
152 South Mast Street
Goffstown, NH
Specialty
Ayurveda, Massage, Yoga
Education
Kripalu
Professional Memberships
National Ayurvedic Medical Association

Donna Liolis
(603) 934-4810
179 Webster Ave.
West Franklin, NH
Membership Organizations
International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (IACT)

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Lisa Schermerhorn
(781) 718-9288
Concord, NH
 
Paul Smith Counseling
(603) 226-6609
2 Union Street
Concord, NH
 
Lisa Schermerhorn Energy Medicine
(781) 718-9288
188 N. Main St
Concord, NH
Specialty
Hypnosis,Past Life Regressions, Reiki Master, EFT
Gender
Female
Education
Certifed Hypnotist, Rhys Thomas Institute of Energy Medicine, Reiki Master William Lee Rand
Professional Memberships
National Guild of Hypnotists

Kathy Young Therapeutic Massage & Hypnosis
(603) 623-9900
46 Holly Street
Manchester, NH
Specialty
Hypnosis, Stop Smoking, Weight Loss, Stress Relief, Massage, Reiki
Education
Certified Consulting Hypnotist, LMT
Professional Memberships
NGH, AMTA, NCTMB, ACHE

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Herbal Medicine Services

Posted in: Holistic and Alternative Health Care

Herbal medicine is the oldest known form of Holistic healthcare services, combining a broad spectrum of plant medicines with significant medical applications. Herbal medications operate in basically the same manner as their pharmaceutical equals, in that both pharmaceuticals and herbs impact the body by inducing a physical action and re-action via the compounds chemical makeup.

In the past 150 years, the naturally occurring, biologically active compounds found in plants have been utilized to synthesize many of our modern pharmaceutical drugs. However, the active compounds from plants can function effectively when taken as teas, tablets, essential oils, ointments, extracts, or other forms.

There is a growing interest in the study of herbal medicine with a grass roots approach to study through herbal medicine events, herbal medicine lectures, and herbal medicine workshops. Individuals interested in becoming herbal medicine practitioners begin their study by observing medicinal plants in nature. They combine the knowledge of the plant with its recorded uses medicinally and then apply that knowledge to symptom support.

There are many systems approaches to for an Herbalist to take. It is most effective to work with the indigenous plants of the area that the herbal medicine practitioner works in. Other forms of herbal medicine services include: Ayurvedic Medicine, Chinese or Oriental Herbal medicine, Flower Remedies. ...

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