Is the Natural Healing Revolution Over?

In an article I was reading the other day it says, “One of the driving forces that has resulted in mainstream acceptance of phytomedicine in Germany is the inclusion of phytotherapy in the medical and pharmacy school curricula. In the opinion of several medical groups, “modern phytotherapy is not perceived as alternative medicine, but as a part of so-called traditional medicine” [i.e., conventional medicine] (Schilcher, 1997c). Since 1993 all medical school students in Germany must successfully complete a portion of their board examinations in the area of phytotherapy as a precondition for practicing medicine (Schilcher, 1991).”

The article goes on to say, “Medical education on medicinal plants and phytomedicines includes regular lectures in universities and medical schools, four one-week courses with 26 hours of lectures in phytotherapy in Weiterbildung (continuing education), lectures and courses in Fortbildung (postgraduate education), the publication of scientific literature (papers and books), the Commission E Monographs, and directions on product uses according to section 11 of the Second Medicines Act (AMG 76) (Schilcher, 1991, 1997c).”

But what if we took this a step farther and included this kind of education in the earlier years as well? By teaching our children about natural healing from an early age we can encourage them to carry this knowledge into adulthood as well.

Listen to our free webinar, “Kids as Healers” for more inspiration by clicking on the file below*. Enroll your child in one of our natural healing classes for kids at www.HerbnKids.com for additional inspiration and lessons.

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