Medical doctors have traditionally been reluctant to embrace natural and herbal approaches, though the use of herbal mixtures dates from the earliest written records, the Ayurvedic texts.
First, doctors trained decades ago weren't taught about herbal or natural methods in medical school, and many don't wish to take the time now to learn about it or even take it seriously once they're practicing. Instead, they would often simply dismiss natural methods - even though herbal and natural methods are the basis of much of today's modern medicine in North America and around the globe.
Second, doctors and patients have a curious relationship to pharmaceutical companies - doctors are used to prescribing something to nearly everyone they see, and in fact, most patients demand it. Patients want a cure, and now because they have seen it on the Internet or television, or heard it announced on radio, can often specifically name a medicine. Doctors prescribe what their pharmaceutical salesmen have presented to them. In this scenario, there is no room for herbal or natural approaches.
But this has changed, and will only continue to revolutionize the practice of 21st century medicine.
Today's doctors take natural remedies seriously, study herbal formulas in clinical trials, and regularly recommend specific natural methods. In addition, doctors are endorsing the use of herbs to enhance sexual function.
Now the Medical Community actively prescribes herbs and natural approaches, combined with the newest scientific advances, to promote your optimum health today.