here, I briefly logically engage some 'nonsense naturopathy-speak' [NNS]:
001. Thomson, R. (ND NCNM) states in "Naturopathic Medicine" [vsc 2011-01-17]:
"naturopathic medicine blends centuries-old natural therapies (such as herbs, nutrition, and water therapy) with current advances in medical science (like medical imaging, modern biochemistry, and lab testing) [...] naturopathic medicine has been growing steadily in popularity as a source for scientifically-based 'alternative' medicine."
Note: so, we're told that naturopathy is science mixed with nonscience then we're told that naturopathy is science. Hmmmm: is wine+mud still wine? I don't think so.
Of course, Thomson is an NCNM graduate, a school that states that the scientific and the science ejected are the same thing.
I see a source of knowledge conflation and its progency.
In the land of NNS, wine and wine+mud ARE the same thing.