Natural Remedies plans is any healing practice “that won’t fall inside the realm of standard medicine”,or “that which has not been shown consistently being useful.” It can be generally opposed to evidence centered medicine and encompasses therapies having a historical or cultural, as opposed to a scientific, basis.
Typically cited examples comprise naturopathy, chiropractic, herbalism, classic Chinese remedies, Unani, Ayurveda, meditation, yoga, biofeedback, hypnosis, homeopathy, acupuncture, and nutritional-based therapies, furthermore to a range of other practices.
Natural Remedies is frequently grouped with complementary remedies, which normally refers for the same interventions when utilised in conjunction with mainstream techniques,under the umbrella expression complementary and alternative treatments, or CAM. Some researchers in Natural Remedies oppose this grouping, preferring to emphasize differences of tactic, but nevertheless use the phrase CAM, which is becoming normal.
Some Natural Remedies Resource:
National Library of Medicine
National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine [NCCAM]
Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency [MHRA]
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality [AHRQ]