Rolling Paws Botanicals offers a wholistic approach to your health and wellness. We take the time to listen to each of our clients concerns and help guide you through making more holistic choices for you and your family.
We offer private consultations where we will give you an in depth session where you will be given recommendations along with a wholistic protocol that may include herbal remedies, supplements, dietary and lifestyle changes.
WHAT IS HERBAL MEDICINE?
Herbal medicine is the art and science of using herbs for promoting health and preventing and treating illness. Herbal medicine has been around for more than 5000 years.
HOW ARE HERBS DIFFERENT FROM PHARMACEUTICALS?
Most pharmaceutical drugs are single chemical entities that are highly refined and purified and are often highly synthesized. Currently, about 15% of prescription drugs are derived from plants. In contrast, herbal medicines are prepared from living or dried plants and contain hundreds to thousands of interrelated compounds.
HOW IS HERBAL MEDICINE DIFFERENT?
The primary focus of the herbalist is to treat people as individuals irrespective of the disease or condition they have, and to stimulate their innate healing power through the use of such interventions as herbs, diet, and lifestyle. The primary focus of conventional physicians treat diseases, not the individual; using strong chemicals that are difficult for the body to process, or through the removal of organs. Not only does this ignore the unique makeup of the individual, but many patients under conventional care suffer from side effects that are as bad as or much worse than the illness being treated.
WHAT IS AN HERBALIST?
An Herbalists dedicates their lives to working with medicinal plants. They include native healers, scientists, naturopaths, holistic medical doctors, researchers, writers, herbal pharmacists, medicine makers, wild crafters, harvesters, and herbal farmers to name a few.
90 minute consultation is $125.00
30 minute follow up is $50.00
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