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Anthroposophic Medicine in Practice
An individual is not simply a body, there is also the psyche and personality to take into account as well. Anthroposophic doctors regard physical and mental existence together with personality as a unit, each element having the capacity to influence the others. One of the fundamental aspects of anthroposophic medicine is to take this into account during diagnosis and therapy. 

Nevertheless, it is not an “alternative medicine”– it doesn't aim to replace conventional medicine.  On the contrary – it is based on accepted medical science; it just takes things a step further.  Or in other words, anthroposophic medicine makes use of everything that scientific research has revealed to be of benefit to the human being.  Moreover it supplements “material science” with aspects of spiritual science in order to assess the individual as a whole entity.  For instance, this may include body language, personal history, breathing, and many other aspects besides– all of which determine an individual's personality.  Anthroposophic medicine therefore attempts to include the individuality of the patient, as well as the accepted features of an illness, in the treatment process. For just as each person is unique, so is each treatment – even though some may appear to apply to many people.

Anthroposophic medicine is not pre-determined.  It avoids protocol. Even if, owing to their characteristic features, the same disease pictures constantly recur, each illness manifests itself differently in each patient – a manifestation inseparable from the uniqueness of the individual.  Anthroposophic medicine therefore aims to form a picture of the physical, psychological, and personal circumstances that have paved the way for an illness to take hold.  Taking such factors into consideration during diagnosis and therapy and re-applying the process to every new patient, guided by scientific findings, medical experience, personal discernment, and disciplined intuition, is fundamental to anthroposophic medicine.  Any medicine that ignores the person as an individual cannot claim to be true human medicine.   


Anthroposophic Medicines

All anthroposophic medicines are designed to stimulate the patient’s powers of self-healing. In this way they complement conventional medication. Where conventional medicine concentrates solely on destroying the agents of disease, suppressing associated processes and replacing missing substances (e.g. vitamins, hormones, blood elements), anthroposophic medicine, wherever possible and sensible, aims to enable the human organism to overcome a disease through its own resources. The emphasis is on restoring the balance of bodily functions and strengthening the forces of individualization and autonomy in the organism. The right medicines play a major role in this process. 


Anthroposophic Pharmacies and Remedy Providers in North America

True Botanica
1005 Richards Rd, Suite D
Hartland, WI 53029
Phone: 800.315.8783
Fax: 262.646.5663
Email:
info@truebotanica.com
www.truebotanica.com
Dietary supplements developed out of anthroposophic principles

Uriel Pharmacy
N8464 Sterman Road
East Troy, WI 53120
Phone: 866.642.2858 (toll-free number)
Fax: 262.642.8780
Email:
orders@urielpharmacy.com
www.urielpharmacy.com
Anthroposophic compounding pharmacy, anthroposophic medicines and home remedies

Wala Remedies
www.drhauschka.com/holistic-home-remedies
Dr. Hauschka Skin Care carries eight home-care remedies for oral and topical OTC use.

Weleda Pharmacy
1 Bridge Street, Suite 42
Irvington, NY 10533
Phone: 800.241.1030
Fax: 800.280.4899
Email:
info@weleda.com
usa.weleda.com/natural-products/homeopathic-medicine
Anthroposophic compounding pharmacy, dietary supplements, OTC and Rx medicines


All kinds of naturally occuring raw materials are used in the production of anthroposophic medicines: 
substances of mineral origin--like pyrite, gold, and quartz,
plant origin-- such as Chamomilla muriatrica (German chamomile, above), arnica, or yarrow,
and animal origin-- like the honey bee or red ant.


Physicians' Association for Anthroposophic Medicine (PAAM)
PO Box 4039
Grand Junction, CO 81502
paam@anthroposophy.org
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