Alternative Therapies


The effective dose of 5-HTP appears to be between 50 and 500 mg daily. Used in combination with other antidepressant substances, however, the effective dose may be even lower. Research shows that some people respond better to lower doses.

5-HTP –  in addition to the treatment of Depression, can be effective in:

  • Suppressing Appetite
  • Enhancing Sleep
  • Relieving Anxiety
  • Relieving symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder
  • Cognitive Enhancement
  • Relief From and Prevention of Migraine Headaches
  • Reduction of the rate of Heart Disease as a result of Lowering Anxiety and Depression.

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American Botanical Council

Membership at ABC, an educational non-profit organization, gives you a variety of benefits, including:

  • A subscription to Herbal Gram, ABC’s quarterly, peer-reviewed journal
  • Access to scientific information on hundreds of herbs on their password-protected website,
  • A 20% discount on all ABC publications, and a 10% discount on all other publications in their Herbal Education Catalog.
  • 1-800-373-7105

Professional memberships available from $150 per year

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Medical Hypnosis

Hypnosis (or Guided Imagery, Meditation) CDs for health and wellness. These guided imagery meditation CDs were made by a Medical Hypnosis Specialist. Please review her links below to see if it may help you or help someone you know.

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Children Be Your Best

Comfort During Difficult Times

Food For Thought

Go Grab Your Shoes

Keys To Happiness

Preparation For A Successful Surgery

Prepare for Race Day

Relationship Release

Self Love

Sweet Dreams

Wants & Needs


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The Royal London Homeopathic Hospital (RLHH)

“Integration of homeopathy with conventional treatment is associated with better clinical outcomes for similar or lower costs. In a British study, many patients attending the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital were able to reduce or stop conventional medication following homeopathic treatment.” (Sharples, F., Van Haselen, R., Fisher, P. NHS patients’ perspective on complementary medicine. Complement. Ther. Med. 2003; 11:243-248)

From their website: “The Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital, the leading centre for complementary medicine in the NHS, joined UCLH in April 2002. The merger enables closer collaboration between complementary therapies and conventional medicine to provide better care for NHS patients. The merger co-incides with the government’s commitment to integrate complementary and conventional care within the NHS, where there is evidence of the effectiveness of complementary therapies.”

“The new RLHH centre incorporates existing approaches and test the efficacy of new ones, including ambulatory care; inpatient, outpatient and consultation suites; diagnostic services; therapy and treatment areas; education, conference and research facilities; retail and pharmaceutical outlets.”


60 Great Ormond Street
London WC1N 3HR

Telephone: 0845 1555 000

Patient services: 020 7391 8888

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