19th century defunct American botanical medical system - originates from over 114 years of the study of North American medicinal plants.
a system of natural medicine that developed during the early 19th century. Unlike the conventional medical practices of the day, which plied the use of mercury and bloodletting along with a crude understanding of human physiology, Thomson made use of herbal medicines and applied them according to an energetic framework that resembles Ayurveda and Unani (Greek) medicine.
Botanic medicine, Phytotherapy, Plant healing
Use of plants or extracts for medicinal purposes, especially plants that are not part of normal diet.
A dilution of flower material. Is believed that dew found on flower petals retain healing properties of that plant.The remedies are intended primarily for emotional and spiritual conditions.