Naturopathic Gardening: A Basic Gardening Text for Students of Natural Medicine

This book is an organic gardening text designed to draw analogies and comparisons between the health of a garden system and the health of the human organism. Sections are grouped in a sequence simila...

By Jenn Dazey, ND


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This book is an organic gardening text designed to draw analogies and comparisons between the health of a garden system and the health of the human organism. Sections are grouped in a sequence similar to many naturopathic curriculums, beginning with anatomy and physiology and ending with ethics in practice. The overall goal of naturopathic gardening is the same as the practice of natural medicine: to sustainably and harmoniously attain the highest vital potential using the least intervention necessary. Use this book as a guide to becoming a fully confident and competent gardener, free to develop your personal strengths and expand your diagnostic skills and interests. You will learn to look holistically at the garden system, not getting fixated on the details; most importantly, you will never loose sight of the interconnectedness of all life. Chapters include: Anatomy and physiology of a garden Embryology, midwifery and pediatrics in the garden Immunology in the garden Nutrition basics Naturopathic garden management Monographs Gardner episodes

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