Do No Harm.

  While Hippocrates most certainly was not the inventor of the concept of Do No Harm (It’s actual teaching roots trace back to African healing), this principle as it stands is a honorable one; and one that some health care practitioners treat with respect and some who choose not to do so.  The Hippocratic Oath, … More Do No Harm.

Elements of Wisdom: Traditional Chinese Medicine.

At Natures First Path, a special point has been made over the years to highlight and let you , the reader know about critical healing modalities that still has major relevance and importance in the world today. We have discussed the modalities coming from the healing practices of Africa, went over the types and ways … More Elements of Wisdom: Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Hydrotherapy: The Essence of Water Healing.

Since the very beginning, water has been at the heart and root of all healing modalities; it’s important to know and comprehend the true importance of this precious element. In reality water by itself is a complete and full Holistic Medicine. Without it, it would be virtually impossible for Holistic Nutrition, or Naturopathy to even … More Hydrotherapy: The Essence of Water Healing.

The Cabbage Juice Healer: Ulcer Treatment at Your Reach.

Many people have been made more aware of the long reaching effects of juicing over the past few years, as it has become more popular and it is discussed more and more in our Pop-Culture. And while this is good, the benefits of Juicing can go even much more deeper when we actually try to … More The Cabbage Juice Healer: Ulcer Treatment at Your Reach.

Understanding Reflexology and How it Heals.

As Natures First Path continues to broaden and expand its healing and treatment modalities, we are now bringing our attention to one of the core modalities that has been added to the practice that can complement and boost the effects of Holistic Nutrition: Reflexology. As we know, healing the body takes place on many levels … More Understanding Reflexology and How it Heals.

The People of the Hunza: Archetypes of Health and Longevity.

0786. There are societies and communities that exist on this earth where the average life expectancy is up to 110 to 120 years old at a minimum. To say this is neither an exaggeration nor explaining incidents of isolation: it is a continuous and normal pattern of living for the people of this region. The … More The People of the Hunza: Archetypes of Health and Longevity.