Our Research Approach to Natural Remedies

Natural remedies incorporating herbs, botanicals, natural products and other empirical approaches have been successfully used throughout history. Our goal is to identify the most effective natural remedies from among the many available. In order to locate and evaluate the available options, a search protocol was developed. Where applicable we have adopted a protocol that integrates scientific validation in order to identify the highest potential for effectiveness within a solution group.

We believe the science of natural medicines as well as proven empirical results should lead the way to effective natural remedies. Our adopted protocol integrates this approach with a review of numerous references. Primary among the sources used:

The Scientific Validation of Herbal Medicine; Author – Daniel Mowrey, Ph.D.

One of the first comprehensive treatise on the pharmacology and clinical application of herbs. Complimentary forward by the Director in Nutrition of the Linus Pauling Institute.
The Scientific Validation of Herbal Medicine at Amazon

Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine; Authors – Michael Murray, ND & Joseph Pizzorno, N.D.,

The authors are among the leading authorities on science-based natural medicine. Their focus is on promoting health and treating disease with nontoxic, natural therapies. This is one of the best books on natural medicine for consumers. Significant number of scientific articles (82 pages) that support the encyclopedia’s content.
Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine at Amazon

Sloan-Kettering database:

This information resource, presented by Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Integrative Medicine Service, provides evidence-based information about herbs, botanicals, supplements, and more.
Go to the Sloan-Kettering database
 

US National Library of Medicine; National Institute of Health

This site gives access to PubMed.gov of the US National Library of Medicine; National Institute of Health. PubMed comprises more than 21 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books.
Go to US National Library of Medicine; National Institute of Health

 

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