Naturopathic Alphas

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Naturopathic? Wtf's that?

Naturopathic means "based in naturopathy", which is a fancy way of saying "packs in all the good stuff that can be found in trees, bushes, hedgerows, and other open, airy, natural places, adds a healthy awareness of the fact that most of nature wants to kill humans, and how you can avoid that, and hands you wellness on a plate."

So..?

Using food, including plants,herbs, spices, and animal and dairy proteins (though most of our fun stuff is vegan-friendly) to help, heal, and enhance. From pumpkin seeds to power a testosterone boost, to rosemary to help with memory, we're mixing it up in new, appealing, and lifestyle-friendly ways.

Sounds fake...

Aspirin is naturopathic.  Seriously. It was originally taken from a plant called meadowsweet.
All the talk about legalising cannabis? That's naturopathy in action. (One of my clients uses cannabid oil - which is legal in the UK, and DOESN'T contain the psychoactive ingredient of cannabis - to help manage the effects of ataxic cerebral palsy. They also take oregano, for its anti-inflammatory properties, and whole milk to help improve the myelin coating of nerve and muscle fibres.)

Naturopathy works, if it's done right.  And I always make sure I'm doing it right.
Naturopathic? Wtf's that?

Naturopathic means "based in naturopathy", which is a fancy way of saying "packs in all the good stuff that can be found in trees, bushes, hedgerows, and other open, airy, natural places, adds a healthy awareness of the fact that most of nature wants to kill humans, and how you can avoid that, and hands you wellness on a plate."

So..?

Using food, including plants,herbs, spices, and animal and dairy proteins (though most of our fun stuff is vegan-friendly) to help, heal, and enhance. From pumpkin seeds to power a testosterone boost, to rosemary to help with memory, we're mixing it up in new, appealing, and lifestyle-friendly ways.

Sounds fake...

Aspirin is naturopathic.  Seriously. It was originally taken from a plant called meadowsweet.
All the talk about legalising cannabis? That's naturopathy in action. (One of my clients uses cannabid oil - which is legal in the UK, and DOESN'T contain the psychoactive ingredient of cannabis - to help manage the effects of ataxic cerebral palsy. They also take oregano, for its anti-inflammatory properties, and whole milk to help improve the myelin coating of nerve and muscle fibres.)

Naturopathy works, if it's done right.  And I always make sure I'm doing it right.

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