Overview of this non-invasive, Japanese healing practice that helps move the body, mind and spirit towards balance and wellness.
Acupuntura: Los fundamentos Acupuncture techniques are used to redirect or restore the flow of qi by accessing one or more of the 12 primary meridians (and 8 additional meridians) by means of more than 360 acupuncture points, which lie along the meridians. Each meridian is connected to an organ system.
Este atento para una trampa cuando considere tratamientos médicos no convencionales Don't be fooled by hoaxes that prey upon people in need.
Meditation Meditation can help relieve stress and is easy to learn.
Utilizando Biofeedback Biofeedback manipulates the body's physiologic responses that are normally controlled by the autonomic nervous system.
Ganoderma lucidum (GL) is a reddish colored mushroom that grows on oak trees in China, Japan, Russia, and the eastern United States.
Mistletoe (Viscum album) This plant’s extract is often used by people with cancer in an effort to boost the immune system and treat side effects of cancer treatment. Mistletoe is also known as Iscidor, Helixor, Isorel.
Saw Palmetto Information about this herbal therapy promoted for the treatment of benign prostatic hypertrophy.
Cartílago de Tiburón Shark cartilage is purported to contain angiogenesis inhibitors, which prevent the formation of new blood vessels that tumors need to grow.
Megadosis de la Vitamina C Information about mega-dose vitamin C for the treatment of cancer.
Té verde Green tea has been promoted as an agent to prevent the development of cancer.
Licopeno Lycopene is a compound found in tomatoes and is considered a strong anti-oxidant.
Dieta Macrobiótica The macrobiotic diet is a more restrictive diet promoted to treat cancer.
Una Nueva Cura para el Cáncer Beware of claims in the media of "a new cure for cancer."
The Revici Method for the Treatment of Cancer The Revici Method is an unconventional therapy for the treatment of cancer.
May 7, 2012 - Although widely used, complementary and alternative medicine does not impact patient satisfaction with treatment or patient-reported outcomes after treatment for localized prostate cancer, according to a study published in the May issue of Urology.