001. @bastyr.edu, we're told in "Student Designs New Mural in Fitness Room" (2016-08-29):
"a lifelong athlete and artist, naturopathic medicine student Kelly Buechel connects those passions with the creation of an inspirational mural depicting 'vis medicatrix naturae' [...] the healing power of nature now greets Bastyr University students as they walk into the refurbished fitness room, thanks to the vision and creativity of Bastyr student Kelly Buechel [...] from left to right, the mural morphs from a beehive into chemical symbols, then returns to nature with fruit [...] then moves into medicinal herbs and foods [...] a student in the doctor of naturopathic medicine program, Buechel and her classmates each were asked to focus on one of the principles of naturopathic medicine for their creative projects [...#2] the healing power of nature, vis medicatrix naturae [...] Buechel’s choice of vis medicatrix naturae turned out to be a natural fit for the exercise room. 'I really wanted to focus on natural elements,' she said, 'but I also wanted to incorporate science and chemistry' [...]";
so naturopathy's VMN-HPN. Depicted in items that have nothing to do with what that concept really is: vitalism. Instead, it's falsely portrayed as a naturalistic thing, as "natural elements", like plants and such, and science. If you really want to get to an actually accurate depiction of the idea, see bastyr.edu's page "Singer-Songwriter-Naturopathic Student: Debbie Miller’s Double Act" [2016 archived]. Those are quite different contexts. And Bastyr quite inaccurately calls this science, but science contains science not nonscience and is transparent about things.