Do herbal medicines and natural remedies actually work? While some believe they do, the others strongly oppose it. However, before proceeding further, what do you think it was like before the English doctors and big multispecialty clinics came into existence?
Some may argue that people died of measles and chicken pox then while this no longer happens now. True. However, people then survived a common cold and fractures too on their own and had better immunity because no one from today’s generation would dare to live wildly as they once did.
Therefore, it is not that antibiotics should be banned and we should only resort to natural treatments. The point is better to let things heal naturally if you have an option. Read more about certain facts supporting herbal medicine even in this millennial.
- Why do most doctors discourage pregnant women from consuming pills and antibiotics? This is because even they feel that these could harm the fetus or cause impairment in its development and hence advice on taking natural therapies.
- Have you seen a prescription of a liver or kidney affected patient, for instance, someone suffering from gallstone or liver cirrhosis? These people are prescribed basic medications and are advised to maintain a healthy diet because medications could affect their organs. For them, herbal treatments are the best and only alternative.
- How many pills do you think a stressed or a depressed person should take? Do you think these pills come with no side effects? On the other hand, would you prefer oil baths, massages using natural oils, or some peppermint tea instead?
- Why are supplements such as garlic pills for lowering cholesterol patients or arnica-based remedies to soothe bruises becoming increasingly popular if there was no magical healing to it?
These may seem mere questions but the answers to each prove one thing and that is herbal remedies do actually work in many cases.