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Learn about the different types of Natural Medicine which you can use in your day to day life!
What you’ll learn
Identify and explain the types of natural medicine practices available
Help determine which natural medicine practice is suitable for a client and there circumstances
Learn to create your own herbal solutions
Learn about the different types of herbs
Basic understanding of English.
You will learn about all the different natural alternatives to contemporary medicine which are available for you to use in your life. You will also learn about the origins of some of the forms of natural medicine such as any one of these:YogaReikiMeditation, Healing Crystals AyurvedaPhysical ExerciseHerbalism AromatherapyMassage Therapy Diets and more!**This course has quizzes you must undertake after the completion of each module.This course was created to teach people about the different types of natural medicine available as opposed to contemporary medicine. It’s important for people to understand the different types because many have been around for a very very long time such as Ayurveda as it was used in Ancient India; Not to mention healing crystals which have also been used in Ancient Egypt to ward of evil spirits! These methods can be used to help you manage certain health conditions. There is also a Herbalism Volume 1 & Volume 2 Video Guides which shows the different types of Plants & herbs and there uses throughout modern and historical times for health improvement which you will be getting for free!This course provides an overview of each of the types of natural medicine available and provides you with a simple guide that you can keep in hand at times when you need it.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Course Goals
Section 2: Herbalism
Lecture 2 Herbalism Introduction
Lecture 3 What is a Herbal Poultice?
Lecture 4 Easy Herbal Oils
Lecture 5 What is a Herbal Salve?
Lecture 6 What is a Herbal Tincture?
Lecture 7 What is a Herbal Capsule?
Lecture 8 Add Herbs to your Bath! The Wonders of Herbal Bath’s
Lecture 9 Alternatives to Maple Syrup and Honey? Try "Herbal Syrups"!!
Lecture 10 Picking Herbs/Plants – "Celery Stalks & Leaf"!
Lecture 11 Picking Herbs/Plants – "Sweet Violet"!
Lecture 12 Medicinal Plants & Herbs Guide Volume 1
Lecture 13 Medicinal Plants & Herbs Guide Volume 2
Lecture 14 Make Calendula Medicinal Oil
Lecture 15 Make Body Butter with Essential Oil
Lecture 16 Make Yarrow Herbal Extract with a Long-Shelf Life
Lecture 17 Herbal Precautions
Lecture 18 Using iNaturalist to find Herbs
Section 3: Human Anatomy
Lecture 19 What are Tissues?
Lecture 20 What are Organs?
Lecture 21 Healing Trauma
Section 4: Nutritional Therapy
Lecture 22 What is a "Food Pyramid"?
Lecture 23 What are Vitamins?
Lecture 24 What are Minerals?
Lecture 25 Super Foods for SuperHero’s!
Lecture 26 Sports Drinks Benefits
Lecture 27 How "STEAMING" your food can improve your quality of life?
Lecture 28 Water (H2O)
Section 5: Acupuncture
Lecture 29 Acupuncture Introduction
Lecture 30 Acupuncture Lecture
Section 6: Sound Therapy
Lecture 31 Sound Therapy Introduction
Section 7: Aromatherapy and Essential Oils
Lecture 32 Essential Oils Introduction
Section 8: Meditation
Lecture 33 Meditation Introduction
Section 9: Healing Crystals
Lecture 34 Crystal Healing Introduction
Lecture 35 Types of Healing Crystals
Section 10: Physical Exercise
Lecture 36 Physical Exercise Introduction
Lecture 37 Understanding Body Mass Index (BMI)
Lecture 38 How "Sitting" affects your Health!
Lecture 39 5 minute Wonders of "Stretching"
Section 11: Ayurveda
Lecture 40 Ayurveda Introduction
Section 12: Reiki
Lecture 41 Reiki Introduction
Section 13: Traditional Chinese Medicine
Lecture 42 TCM Introduction
Section 14: Yoga
Lecture 43 Yoga Introduction
Section 15: Massage Therapy
Lecture 44 Massage Therapy Introduction
Section 16: Homeopathy
Lecture 45 Homeopathy Introduction
Students undertaking studies in alternative forms of medicine,Individuals interested in natural alternatives to medicine as opposed to contemporary medicine.,Teachers in the health field who wish to use this course as a guide or refresher course to there current knowledge base.,Individuals interested in the study of Herbalism, Human Anatomy, Nutritional Therapy,Individuals interested in the study of Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Sound Therapy, Aromatherapy, Healing Crystals,Individuals interested in the study of Yoga, Meditation, Physical Exercise, Reiki, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Massage Therapy
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