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a system of beliefs and practices based on the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner

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The group of anthroposophic mistletoe preparations is among the most widely used complementary tumour therapies in central Europe.
She has 40 years' experience in practice nursing and anthroposophic medicine, and Cordelia's work on neurology wards in the United States, as well as in general practice, gives her a good understanding of the psychotropic medications and ID syndromes.
pinnatum was introduced in obstetrics at the anthroposophic Herdecke Community Hospital (Germany) for the treatment of premature labour (Hassauer et al.
Anthroposophic medicine: Founded by Rudolf Steiner, this medical philosophy focuses on the dignity of the patient and believes in the importance of the patient's aura and vital life force, as well as his or her physical constitution.
Michaels said working up a thorough case history is for each patient, and if the patient wants nutrition advice or anthroposophic medicine, she needs information on habits and the patient's childhood.
Steiner, A Modern Art of Education, London, Rudolf Steiner Press, 1928; Spiritual Grounds of Education, London, Anthroposophical Publishing Company, 1947; The Kingdom of Childhood, London, Rudolf Steiner Press, 1974; Rudolf Steiner: an autobiography, Blauvelt, Rudolf Steiner Publications, 1977; The Roots of Education, Hudson, Anthroposophic Press, 1997;
Among the topics are receptive music therapy from a psychoanalytical viewpoint, the guide-traveler relationship as a developmental relationship for the self, anthroposophic music therapy, and stories written under musical induction.
Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1969; A C Harwood, The Recovery of Man in Childhood: A Study in the Educational Work of Rudolf Steiner, Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1958.
In the anthroposophic view, this is not only the wisdom of God, but also the wisdom of humankind.
It practices anthroposophic medicine, which means specialists take the body, soul and spirit into consideration when treating patients.
An anthroposophic medicine, which contains extracts of archangelica root cinnamon, melissa leaf, nutmeg and lemon oil, it is, strictly speaking, recommended for the relief of nausea and stomach upset.
Use of VAE in cancer treatment was pioneered in anthroposophic medicine in the 1920s and today it is widely used among cancer patients in central Europe (Molassiotis et al.
1920, published by the Anthroposophic Press of Spring Valley, New York, with a foreword by Saul Bellow (1983).
I am so grateful to be able to work in such an atmosphere and to be able to learn so much more about the anthroposophic approach to medicine.