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    Herbal medicine between science and tradition

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    Phytotherapy between science and tradition

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    From Light to Healing. Phytotherapy between science and tradition - P. Depoërs, F. Ledoux, Meurin 17 x 24 cm - 512 pages - ISBN: 978-2-9303-5366-1 - New edition Preface by Mr Jean-Marie Rouart of the Académie française Etymologically, "phytotherapy" means to treat with plants. This ancestral practice does more than erase symptoms, it allows man to find his place between Heaven and Earth. As Hippocrates said, "Primum non nocere", i.e. first do no harm, should be the guiding principle for every therapist. It is therefore necessary to seek to understand the patient and the path of his or her illness. This approach is fundamentally linked to the ways of life and beliefs of a place, a time or a family, social or ethnic group. The knowledge of traditional medicines, those which have gone through time and acquired their letters of nobility, makes it possible in part to avoid many traps. The authors have deliberately chosen to place themselves between science and tradition, listening to the latest discoveries which often validate and better understand the practice of the ancients. The authors have deliberately chosen to place themselves between science and tradition, listening to the latest discoveries which often validate and better understand the practice of the ancients. Religious beliefs such as creationism or theories of evolution such as Darwinism and the molecular biology which has followed in its footsteps, have a major flaw, that of having disconnected man from the environment in which he finds himself.New edition entirely reworked: the study of more than 140 plants approaching botany, history, pharmacology, and present-day medical use.

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