Anthroposophic Health_Winter 2019_Women’s Health

LILIPOH, Winter 2019 Special Section on Women's Heath authored by members of the Association for Anthroposophic Medicine & Therapies in America (AAMTA) (click the links below and the pdf version of the article will automatically download) Cinderella-Aschenputtel Viewed Through Anthroposophy, Cathy Marconi Fostering Your Warmth and the Warmth of Those Around You, Elizabeth Sustick, RN Osteoporosis, Andrea Rentea, MD and ... Read More ►

The Growing Trend of Mistletoe Therapy as an Integral Part of Individualized Integrative Cancer Care: New mistletoe options and the emerging role of Helleborus niger

by Steven M Johnson, DO The global occurrence of cancer is still increasing and is the leading cause of death in Western countries. For two decades now about half of all cancer patients in North America and Europe have used some form of integrative cancer care (ICC).  Viscum album (mistletoe) remains the most studied and prescribed medicine within integrative medicine ... Read More ►

Forming a Grass-Roots Organization – Healing as a Social Task: Physicians’ Association for Anthroposophical Medicine (PAAM) Introduces the New Patient and Friends Organization

by Stephen Johnson, DO A nation’s greatness is measured by how it treats its weakest members. ---Mahatma Ghandi Although being president of the Physicians’ Association for Anthroposophical Medicine (PAAM) can be a challenging task at times (especially saying the name), I appreciate the opportunity it affords me to meet so many good people from around the world. Recently, I have ... Read More ►

Dementia

Renee Meyer, MD There is an advertisement picturing a middle-aged couple walking down the beach. As they walk, the woman’s image slowly dissolves, leaving just one beach walker. Families of people with dementia experience this feeling of dissolution and loss. In the early stage of dementia, the afflicted patients themselves can often feel loss and sorrow as their own organizational ... Read More ►

Anthroposophic Naturopathy: From Half Science to Whole Science

By Robert Kellum, ND To fully understand anthroposophic naturopathy today, we need to be clear what naturopathic medicine is, and how anthroposophy can help it to evolve; to understand what path anthroposophy offers naturopathic medicine, and all medicine for that matter, to move forward toward the higher, integrative ground we all need. That ground can’t be defined by any one ... Read More ►

Winter 2018, Issue #90: Editor’s Note

Hello LILIPOH Readers! We are getting a lot of thanks and appreciation for finally bringing back into print our Holistic Wellness Guide. Originally published in 1997, this fully updated edition of the Guide has a mission to empower the individuals, families, and caregivers in a practical and accessible way. This guide centers on home care and includes hundreds of recommendations on ... Read More ►

Quality of Life—An Exploration of Biography and Social Art

By Susan Crozier In 1996, I was 42-years-old and our family relocated to a new state. I was experiencing a difficult time of loneliness, anxiety and a loss of camaraderie. The outer landscape was beautiful but my interior one was a dark wood.  "What direction will lead me out of this wood?" That year, Sunbridge College in Spring Valley, NY, was starting ... Read More ►

Finding a Living Relationship to the Therapeutic Process

By Adam Blanning, MD Spring 2016, Campaign Finance and the Social Order in the 2016 Election - Issue #83, Vol. 21 There is a curious experience that comes about in the process of learning anthroposophic medicine and its remedies; that is, when you learn about the therapeutic use of a substance, you often then see a whole string of patients ... Read More ►

Cancer: The Disease of our Time

Reprinted in part from Sozial Hygiene, Nos. 19 and 26 MD Summer 1999, Cancer: A New Approach - Issue #16 How Does Cancer Arise? Time and again doctors are asked: "What really is the cause of cancer?" This question can't be answered in a sentence. The increase in incidence indicates that the disease is related to our changed customs and ... Read More ►