Healthy Way Issue 36
Alfred Vogel’s wise words remain as important today as they ever did. We look at the philosophy of this renowned Swiss naturopath.
Jan de Vries looks at Echinaforce - explaining why he calls it 'my best friend in practice'.
With the rise of popularity of Hypericum a new way of farming sustainable, high quality crops has had to be found. We examine how one company approached this dilemma.
More and more of us are 'living with allergies'. Alison Cullen looks at three case studies, revealing how symptoms can be alleviated using natural remedies.
A brief insight into the fascinating life and work of Swiss naturopath Alfred Vogel, who lived from 1902 to 1996.
Alfred Vogel believed that everything we need can be found in Nature, so little wonder he found an ideal setting in which to establish his Naturopathic Clinic.
Alfred Vogel discovered that herbal remedies were best made from fresh, recently picked herbs. Alison Cullen looks at scientific research that explains why this belief was correct.
Porridge is experiencing a rise in popularity, but how many of us are aware of the benefits of Avena sativa, the oats used to make porridge?
Alison Cullen answers readers' questions on kidney stones, the use of Saw Palmetto for urinary symptoms and how to improve low libido.