"And the leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nations." -Revelation 22:2
• Wellness Revelations •
Claire A. Morris, ND, MH, & CNHP
Doctor of Naturopathy, Master Herbalist, & Certified Natural Health Practitioner
Educating vs. Medicating
What is Naturopathy?
Teas, Tinctures & Decoctions
Bach Flower Remedies
“Dr. Claire Morris has helped my family and myself stay out of doctor's offices for years now. Any time we've needed her help or advice, she's been there with her wisdom and expertise with all-natural alternatives, which is very important to us. We have especially appreciated her teaching us about natural antibiotics such as olive leaf!” - Karen Sullivan
"Dr. Claire has been such an invaluable gift in my life! I cannot put into words how much I appreciate all that I gain from her wisdom, care and help. She always anxious to help find solutions to anything I throw at her. A wealth of knowledge and very gifted! I'd totally be lost without her!" - L. Morris
“Claire has helped my husband and I resolve several digestive problems. She’s introduced us to so many remedies that have proven gentle but effective in strengthening immunity and supporting better liver function. We absolutely love her and have been so blessed by her help.” - Linda Sanford
Naturopathic medicine (sometimes called "naturopathy") is a distinct system of primary health care that emphasizes prevention and the self-healing process through the use of natural therapies. Naturopathic doctors (NDs) blend centuries-old knowledge and a philosophy that nature is the most effective healer with current research on health and human systems.
Naturopathic study focuses on identifying the underlying causes of disease, while naturopathic therapies are supported by research drawn from peer-reviewed journals from many disciplines, including naturopathic medicine, conventional medicine, European complementary medicine, clinical nutrition, phytotherapy, pharmacognosy, homeopathy, psychology and spirituality.
The therapeutic modalities used in naturopathic medicine (including physical manipulation, clinical nutrition, botanical medicine, homeopathy and hydrotherapy) integrate conventional, scientific and empirical methodology with the ancient laws of nature. The underpinnings of naturopathic medical practice are in six principles (see a more detailed description):
Naturopathy has long held a wealth of benefits to people and pets throughout history and around the globe. Naturopathy is gentle, noninvasive and with minimal risk for side effects.
Naturopaths strive to help educate people in matters of natural health and preventative medicine so others may be empowered to walk in health and wellness.
Naturopaths seek to not only address concerns of the physical body but take the whole person, including emotional and spiritual aspects, into account in order to aid the individual in removing hindrances to healing. The objective of the Naturopath is to nurture the body's abillity to heal itself.
In this, the Naturopath serves as an aid in helping the individual improve the various processes that work together synergistically to facilitate whole person wellness, encompassing enhanced physical wellbeing and an increased capacity to enjoy life.
"It has been such a gift to watch Claire grow and thrive in her practice. She carries such a standard of excellence and always shows so much heart for those she seeks to serve through it!"
- L. Morris
“When I turned 48, I began menopause and with it, experienced many of the ‘symptoms’ that commonly plague women at this time in life. She recommended a formula that has been such a great help in aiding me through this transition smoothly. I’ve also noticed a great overall improvement in health, in addition to improvement in things that were particularly plaguing me, such as joint knee pain, as I’ve followed her recommendations. She is very comfortable to be around and easy to talk to. She truly cares about health and wellness for everyone!” - Pam Peters