Many of us feel the healing power of nature and its calming influence on our mental health, but the physical benefits of working with nature's gifts and the healing practices that natural medicine draws on are often misinterpreted or misunderstood.
Naturopathic practices can be an effective compliment to Allopathic or modern medicine, but before you decide to incorporate natural medicine into your health and wellbeing routine it's important to understand the basics.
To help you understand the principles of naturopathy further and determine whether it's right for you and your health, Leone Wilson, founder of Harvesting Health has put together her top resources and guides to natural medicine for beginners…
Bruce H. Lipton, The Biology of Belief
Bruce H. Lipton’s infamous text provides incredible, in-depth insight on the connection between your mind and your body. Renowned cell biologist Bruce H. Lipton, takes you on an easy to follow, at times humorous and utterly eye-opening look at the biochemical effects of the brain’s functioning, proving that the way we think can hugely impact our wellbeing.
Joe Dispenza, Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself
In this groundbreaking text, Dr. Dispenza bridges the gap between the sciences of quantum physics, neuroscience, brain chemistry, biology, and genetics to give you the knowledge, tools and guidance to make positive changes to your health and wellbeing.
Lara Briden is the go to naturopathic doctor for all the guidance and insight you could ever desire on women’s health. Providing women with the knowledge they need to know to have healthy menstrual cycles naturally is her mission and her website and social media channels are filled with helpful information on any and all concerns you may have around your menstrual cycle.
Leah Hechtman is somewhat of a naturopathic guru, specialising in fertility for both men and women. Her website and social media channels provide a wealth of guidance and insight on how to utilise a naturopathic approach to improve your reproductive health as well as your emotional and mental health.