Each person is unique and has unique needs but the universe is not static, so these needs change within a range of possibilities. What we have to understand is how to find and stay within our healthy range of possibilities.
Disease is our soul’s messenger of the transgression of our natural limits. Welcome her, for she brings us good news and a warning. Reflect upon her when she is with you, for her wisdom will teach you. Her nature is
Autumn’s sunlight streamed brightly through the bare windows, stretching from ceiling to floor, sparsely spanning the interspace between outside and inside. Acutely modern, smooth, hardened plastic framed the view of London’s financial district, hiding the uniformity of cast concrete and
This is a lecture I delivered for the KN-OW ISEEK 2013 conference, it examines the three foundational pillars of health – Sleep, Nutrition and Digestion –, how they have been corrupted in our modern lifestyles and what we can do
I am usually asked about the manner in which the personality type affects health. If you have read my book Know Yourself and are familiar with the four personality types – sanguine, choleric, melancholic and phlegmatic – you would have
Episode 8 of An Introduction to Islamic Medicine – an eleven part series on the theoretical foundations of Islamic Medicine. The series explores the usage of the four element way of seeing in medicine.
The Effects of Diuretic Herbs on the Kidneys Diuretics are alterative herbs, which increase urine volume. The kidney’s nephron activity is directly or indirectly suppressed – energetically cold – or stimulated – energetically hot – affecting different aspects of kidney
Episode 7 of An Introduction to Islamic Medicine – an eleven part series on the theoretical foundations of Islamic Medicine. The series explores the usage of the four element way of seeing in medicine. Identifying your own mizaj – biotype.
The IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer) has linked regular lack of sleep to an increased cancer risk, showing a 36% increase in breast cancer risk amongst women who work a night shift for more than 30 years. According
“The collective principle asserts that (…) no society can legitimately call itself civilised if a sick person is denied medical aid because of lack of means.” — Aneurin Bevan, the chief architect of the NHS No one can deny the