Uses of medicinal plants
Medicinal plants are ever companions of human evolution, we went together in this adventure to evolve and therefore the human body feels very comfortable when is helped to regain health through these very old companions of all existence.
Conventional medicine damages
For many years we firmly believed to have found the “key to health” with patent or conventional medicine methods, it was no wonder; conventional medicine surprised us with its high efficiency, however we did not take long to realize that security was and remains a problem, acute side effects and iatrogenic consequences that drugs cause was a bad lesson, some long term as metformin and glibenclamide but others almost immediately as benzodiazepines and anti-inflammatory steroids.
Waking up to a better medicine
This woke us up from that fantasy health we live and now at the beginning of this century characterized for the information and access to it we have realized that the human body still prefer to be treated with the affection of the natural evolution represented by medicinal plants and not with the aggressiveness of patented drugs that long term has already given us a lesson of less health and damage.
Prescribe conventional only if necessary
We have not failed completely with conventional medicine but we now know that this should be prescribed only to face a high emergency and pondering the welfare of the patient, prescribing this only to an urgent needing and not with the first signs of any discomfort that can be easy cured with the healing nature of the body itself or with the help of some of his former companions of evolution … the medicinal plants.
¿Are the herbals safe to the health?
They are, It always depends on the specialist who prescribes it, the science that medicinal plants have as their object of study is phytotherapy and we make an analysis of the pharmacology of every herbal drugs with a sienctific protocol. There are three aspects that we take as fundation of our science and are: Segurity, quality and efficacy.