Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Naturopathy's 'Fundamental Vitalistic Principles' - Frances, D. (ND NCNM 1993) @NCNM.edu 2010

here, I cite from a National College of Natural Medicine's [NCNM] faculty page regarding the essential science-ejected vitalistic context of naturopathy:

001. Frances, D. (ND NCNM 1993) states in "Deborah Frances, ND Adjunct Faculty [CV tab]" [vsc 2010-12-07]:
"experience [...] 1993 - 2008: Family Practice in Naturopathic Medicine.  Full family practice [...] based on the vitalistic principles fundamental to naturopathic medicine.  Homeopathic practice includes emphasis on LM potencies in chronic cases."

Note: what more is there to say, nonsense [naturopathy's vitalism context] with more nonsense piled upon it [homeopathy, of the ultra-ultra-ultra-dilute kind].  This find came about from a Google.com web search parameter >naturopathic vitalistic<, and was the second hit.  If you are more interested in naturopathy's homeopathy, see "A Comparison from the 5th and 6th Editions of The Organon" at the Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians.  There, you'll hear more about the naturopathy / homeopathy figment known as the "vital force" or "lebenskraft (life force)".

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