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naturopathy

naturopathy System of medical therapy that relies exclusively on the use of natural treatments, such as exposure to sunlight, fresh air and a healthy diet of organically grown foods. Herbal remedies are preferred to manufactured drugs.

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naturopathy

naturopathy (nay-cher-op-ă-thi) n. a system of medicine that relies upon the use of only ‘natural’ substances for the treatment of disease, rather than drugs.

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