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Pharmaceuticals vs. Herbal Medicine: 3 Vital Differences

In this video, Marjory and Dr. Patrick Jones discuss 3 major differences between pharmaceuticals and herbal medicine—from philosophy and long-term efficacy to broad-spectrum bioavailability.

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  • How to find, identify, and prepare effective medicines from wild plants
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This is an updated version of an article that was originally published on September 17, 2019.

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COMMENTS(1)

  • Valorie says:

    WOW! My 2 favorite naturopaths in one shot. That was great and such a good explanation. How grateful I am to have stumbled into the world of natural healing and seek to make it my go to for all things icky that comes into life. Thanks to you both.

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