In the first two articles of this series, I discussed my reasons for transitioning to herbs-only practice and began to discuss the process I’m undergoing to make it a reality.
In this second part of the series, I discuss pitfalls and solutions in my transition to herbs-only practice.
On the reasons why I am dropping acupuncture from my practice of Chinese Medicine. First in a series.
An important concept in most schools of herbalism is that of the doctrine of signatures. The doctrine of signatures states that the herbs will, in some way, physically resemble their realm of therapeutic action. The resemblance may be obvious or hidden, but searching for it and seeking to understand it can help us in our…