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Western Herbal Medicine

What is Western Herbal Medicine?

Many modern medicines were once derived from plants; Aspirin from willow bark, Digoxin from the foxglove and so on. Herbal medicine continues to use extracts of whole plants for its treatments and often combines different herbs to utilise the properties of synergy (working together) and buffering (conditions of constituents reducing toxicity).

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Western Herbal Medicine is one of Natural Remedies from Shared Care's together with and .

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Healing Quest: Your Herbal Medicine Cabinet

One of the world's top herbal authorities advises us on how to get the most out of natural remedies ranging from aloe vera and ginger to slippery elm and elderberry.

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Home Remedies and Relevant Articles from our Contributors

Home remedies are anything from "homework", food or nutritional supplements, exercises, reading, our featured articles and so on. Natural Remedies from Shared Care offers:-

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Where Do Shared Care's Therapists Practice?

Who Are Our Western Herbal Medicine Therapists?

Therapists for Western Herbal Medicine in these countries:-


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Where Are Our Therapists, Whatever Their Therapy?

The lists of therapists' organisations by country are also on these pages


Find the list of therapists listed by therapy from the appropriate therapy page. For example, osteopaths from osteopathy and so on.


How to Help your Therapist

You will have certain questions that you want to ask your therapist about the natural cure and your therapist will have standard questions to ask you about yourself.

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Western Herbal Medicine Therapist Organisations

Please note that the qualifications and requirements for a therapist to be registered may vary markedly from organisation to organisation.

The home country of the organisation is listed. Although their therapist lists are likely to be limited to their own countries most will provide more information, advice, contacts and help wherever you live:-

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Western Herbal Medicine Schools

Various schools and colleges will train people to be practitioners of Western Herbal Medicine. Although their courses may be limited to their own countries some may provide international distance learning. Please check them out carefully to ensure they meet your requirements

Please email editor(at) with the name and URL of your suggestions for additional organisations.

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