Traditional medicine is as old as man. Before the advent of science, traditional medicine from plant kingdom such as herbs, shrubs, bulbs, rhizome tree, runner creepers, fruits, seeds, barks, roots and aquatic/water materials as well as minerals and animal extracts were the only source for healthcare.
The practitioners hitherto used their individual sense of judgment in the formulation and administration of dosages. This un-coordinated practice coupled with undocumented evidence shroud in secrecy, witchcraft, sorcery and illiteracy retarded the advancement and importance of this mode of treatment.
Today herbal/natural medicine is no longer regarded as witchcraft, fetish and old fashioned and the practitioners as illiterates and unbelievers. Proper records and documentation of formulas, their medicinal properties, and curative potency is on the increase worldwide.
Many people expect the body to serve them well. They think healthy living comes by chance rather than planning. When disease and illness strikes they take solace in the miracle relief of western medicine that suppressed the symptoms to make them feel better temporarily with long standing reaction and costly damaging side effects. They don't know that traditional medicine heals the total being through the soul/life force, spirit/ sub-conscious and the body / somatic which forms the three elements of good health. When all these elements are balanced, the body will have optimum energy, a good sense of well being and the body's ability to heal itself without any known side effect.
Research findings have shown that many people have drifted away from wholesome natural foods and medicine that helps the body to achieve optimum health balance to processed foods and chemical drugs. They have sacrificed health for appetite lust for junks forgetting that the body uses only what it is given.
On this premise lies our commitment to change the way people think about healthcare by providing information and solution to avoid the burden that is created when health issues become a problem.