Category Naturopathy

Hydrotherapy - application and implementation
Naturopathy

Hydrotherapy - application and implementation

Hydrotherapy uses water to prevent or cure diseases. Depending on the symptoms and constitution of the patient, warm, cold or hot water or steam is used for this. Hydrotherapy comprises around a hundred different variations. These include, for example, washes, steam applications, rubdowns, saunas, wraps, pads and medical baths with various additives, castings, arm and foot baths, hip baths, dew kicks and treading water.

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Naturopathy

Evening primrose oil

Evening primrose oil is a high-quality oil that is obtained from the seeds of the common evening primrose (Oenothera biennis) and has a high content of omega-6 fatty acids. Evening primrose oil can be used externally as a cream or pure oil, as well as internally by taking capsules. It is also available as an edible oil and is suitable, for example, for preparing salad dressings.
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Naturopathy

Gout nutrition

Gout: Nutrition Strong joint pain, which arises after a very sumptuous meal or an alcohol-rich celebration, especially in the area of ​​the toe joints, often gives a first indication that the metabolic disorder gout is present in those affected Dietary changes then inevitably become the focus of everyday life.
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