Entries by Eli Camp

Vitalism: Toward a Working Definition

Author: Judith Boice ND, LAc In the early 20th century, the conventional or “allopathic” medical paradigm ascended to dominance in the United States without deep cultural scrutiny or debate. Funded by big business interests, particularly the profitable pharmaceutical industry, allopathic medicine became the measuring stick to guide legal precedents, insurance practices, and standards of care […]

A Defense of Homeopathy

A Defense of Homeopathy Jared Zeff, ND, VNMI There is a growing clamor coming from some of our schools, if not elsewhere, that it is time to divest our Naturopathic curricula of homeopathic medicine.  It has been stated, incorrectly, that homeopathic medicine is nothing but placebo, and is “unscientific”, irrational, and stains us with this […]

Response to:
Naturopathic Medicine in the 21st Century: Time for a Seventh Guiding Principle – Scientia Criticus

In response to the recently published article entitled “Naturopathic Medicine in the 21st Century: Time for a Seventh Guiding Principle – Scientia Criticus:” It seems to us most peculiar that the authors chose to begin a discussion of changing the established principles of naturopathic medicine in an interdisciplinary journal whose primary audience is members of […]