Earlier last year we published the Top 50 Herbal Blogs list and we decided to keep up with this practice in future. There is only so much information we can provide through our blog and emails about alternative ways to stay healthy using herbs such as pine pollen or lion’s mane, and there’s so much more good information out there! With that in mind, we present you the list of Top 100 Alternative Health Blogs in 2018.
All the blogs in the list focus on some type of alternative, holistic or natural health and offer quality content, original perspective and support one or more values we do. Congratulations to all the bloggers who made the list. Thank you for providing a bunch of inspiring and unique views on various topics of alternative health.
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Stress management society is an NGO founded in 2004. It’s dedicated to helping people that deal with stress and finding ways to manage health issues that are stress related. It was founded by Neil Shah, a best-selling author and former entrepreneur that had his own share of stress and the issues that come with it.
The site dives deep into explaining what stress is and how to recognize it when it becomes more than a few hard days in your business cycle. There are tests and examples to help you understand how stress works and how to deal with it.
Online holistic health was founded by Michelle Kmiec, a chiropractor who specializes in nutrition. She has cured herself of multiple sclerosis using natural remedies and wanted to use the site to tell about the experience and the sites grew from there.
Online Holistic Health now has both blog posts and podcasts and it discusses the subject related to personal health and well-being, from self-healing to avoiding dangerous chemicals in everyday products.
School of natural health sciences has been around since 1997 and during this period they have offered a variety of courses for medical practitioners of all kinds. Those who complete their courses become licensed therapist and the school has tutors in all the natural health fields.
The blog is eclectic in its themes and it covers everything from nutrition to personal health and well-being. It’s often written in a form of a list or advice.
4. Lisa Barger
Lisa Barger is an expert in herbal remedies and has written a lot about the subject over the years. She uses her legal name as a brand in order to make the field of herbal remedies more transparent and honest. She has also written a few books on the subject especially delving into the use of oils for medical purposes.
Her site offers advice on the herbal medicine but it goes deeper than that with discussions of the role the alternative medicine has in society and law and lately with a focus on food safety.
Mindfulness exercises are founded by Sean Fargo. He is a word famous mindfulness expert that has written countless articles on the subject and organized just as many lectures. He has worked with both individuals and companies.
The blog posts are written by guest authors and they tackle stress in all of its forms from both personal and professional standpoint. There are a lot of practical advice to help you cope.
Hypnosis training academy is an international educational institution that works in hypnosis and especially its healing powers. The academy has trained more than 3000 students from all over the world in the last 10 years since its founding.
The blog offers interviews with professors, and accomplished hypnotists, it also publishes advice and lessons, as well as the video lectures about the subject. It’s written by professionals from all over the globe, but the tone is always welcoming and friendly.
Root causes clinic provides a unique service as it offers a viewpoint of a lot of different specialists and thus has a holistic approach to medicine. They offer advice, blogs, first-hand testimonials and a professional consultation.
Brain health blog run by the clinic was awarded as the best blog in the business for 2017 and it’s written with great expertise but in an easy to read and share manner.
Abby Wynne is shamanistic psychotherapist and spirit healer from Ireland. Her educational background is in science but her interest was always in the spiritual and personal. She believes that energy healing is for everyone and works with patients as well as an educator in the field.
Blog posts Abby writes herself are sometimes in a form of an advice or a lecture and other times there a discussion about the community of energy healers, which is very informative and thought-provoking.
The college is dedicated to providing education in the field of medicine and it consists of both online and offline courses. It’s one focused on natural medicine and it tries to preserves knowledge in this area and to expand it wherever possible. Blogs have a special role in their educational mission since it’s the best way to communicate to a wide audience in an open manner.
The blog covers a variety of topics, from dealing with abstract and complex notions such as the role the healthcare has in the lives of veterans to more specific and more instructional posts that tackle a particular subject.
The clinic was founded 20 years ago by Steven Sonmore and it provides a wide range of oriental treatments from acupuncture, to herbalism and nutritional counseling. Steven’s inspiration for pursuing this job came when he had a car accident and it when he found western medicine to be lacking.
The blog is about Sunmore’s main field of interest – acupuncture. Each post covers a particular topic and how acupuncture helps with it – from headaches to cancer treatment.
Acufinder is a simple site created to help you find an acupuncturist. It allows you to search based on location and on fields of interest. It’s also the site to use when you want to find an acupuncture school.
Essential Oil Benefits is run by Olivia and it started as an online store for oils and other natural remedies. It’s associated with Le Web Pty which offers popular products on the market and is known for taking a responsible approach to health and natural healing.
The blog isn’t like the others that are just the placeholder for selling the products, it’s an actual site about the benefits of oil and it comes with great advice on how to make the most of them.
There are also articles about all things acupuncture written by experts and cover particular issues and dealing with them from a personal and professional experience standpoint.
The institute is primarily a teaching organization dating back to 1980s. It has collected the data on the subject of homeopathic treatment for decades and it has teachers with long and rich experience in the subject. Out of this comes a traditional homeopathic medicine practice with proven results.
The blog dates back 10 years and covers every conceivable topic related to homeopathy. It’s written by professors, students and doctors alike and it’s very detailed and proof based.
14. Girl in Healing
Alexa Federico was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, when she was 12 and this difficult autoimmune disease has changed her life. She’s a certified nutritionist and her expertize goes beyond dealing with autoimmune issues. Her goal is to use nutrition to bring balance to people’s health and lives.
The main part of the blog is the recipes, which are both healthy and delicious. Each post is also illustrated with beautiful photography and goes in depth about the benefits of the meal presented.
Dr Tori Hudson is practicing naturopathic physician. She’s a professor and naturopathic medicine universities, research, and published author. Her goal for years now is to expand the knowledge of naturopathic medicine.
The essays written for the site reflect this goal as well. They are all lengthy and well-researched with references and suggested reading after each article.
The science of transformative healing is an informative site of healers, empaths, and everyone who’s interested in healing with the help of spiritual energy. There has been a great change in this field since the year 2012 which was transformative in many ways and the blog helps with that change.
A lot of the posts are written from a personal viewpoint of those working in this field for years and it comes with useful and hands-on advice that healers will benefit from.
Organic daily post does what its title says. It’s a blog that offer daily content about the organic medicine, nutrition, and lifestyle in general. It’s an aggregate blog written by numerous authors with expertise in the field they are writing of.
The blogs are divided into several categories and it might take a while to go through all of them since it has been around for years now and there’s a lot of information to absorb. The oils and their use are the biggest and the richest part of the site.
Itchy world is written by Jennifer whose whole family had a problem with eczema, allergies and asthma, and who has set out to find her own cure. Her discovery led her to herbal medicine and that is the subject of her website and professional life.
The blog accepts posts from guest writers and it’s now one of the curated websites about eczema out there, covering every possible angle of battling this unpleasant condition. The posts are written from both personal experience and a professional standpoint.
19. Life Spa
Life spa was started in 1996 by Dr. John Douillard and it has grown to become the number one site for Ayurvedic medicine. Dr. Douillard has written numerous books on the subject and given many lectures. The spa is located in the Rocky Mountains in Boulder, CO.
The blogs have at first been about Ayurvedic medicine but now they are eclectic and deal with all aspects of healthcare from physical to psychological.
Primal therapeutic is a unique business in its area and possibly its state. It brings a mixture of a spa experience together with the medical use of cannabis. They use cannabis oil to massage their patients and to relieve stress or chronic pain.
The main goal the blog is to educate the readers about the benefits using cannabis in therapy. The posts are filled with this subject and try their best to deal with all the misconceptions about cannabis.
21. A Woman’s Time
A woman’s time is a healthcare clinic dedicated to a holistic approach to a women’s health with special focus on menopause and related symptoms. It also helps with fertility issues, naturopathic medicine and a variety of other problems, such as quitting smoking.
Blog posts are written by practicing health care professionals and they deal with real-life cases they face. It’s a very warm and welcoming approach that takes off the stigma of some of these issues.
22. Yoga inspires
Yoga inspires was founded by Ntathu Allen and it’s designed to help those working under a lot of pressure and dealing with day to day stress of modern life. Yoga can provide a much needed help to these modern professionals that can’t find modern ways of having a spiritual side.
The posts are written by Allen herself and they are usually in the listicle form, giving clear and simple advice on how to use yoga to make your life better.
Isabella Stoloff is a founder of the Orange County Healing Center and a shaman versed in Indian healing practices and spirituality. She provides both group and one on one healing sessions that focus on chakra balancing and soul retrievals.
Blog posts Isabella curates are sometimes her press clippings and sometimes in-depth explanations of terms related to her work, such as tarot or chakra realignment. She often shares her personal experience and thoughts on her spiritual journey.
The blog offers proven Ayurvedic solutions for nutritional and digestive issues. It ranges in a great variety of topics from acid reflux to something much more complex as keeping a balanced and healthy diet. It also provides the option of offline guidance and advice.
The blog posts are written by experts and they usually contain long and detailed explanations of the issues involved. This makes it a good source of amateurs and experts alike.
Nature’s gift a supplier of all things aromatherapy related. It’s run by women and for women and it’s been up since 1995. In that time it has grown to be more than a store. It’s a community for those interested in helping and teaching others about aromatherapy.
The blog is used to present and explain all the products that the store has to offer and it’s often written in the list form so you can use it as a shopping list.
Ray Freeman training is devoted to training psychotherapist and hypnotists. He uses dynamic effect therapy and appreciates the fact that each client is unique and requires their own approach to psychotherapy and personal health overall.
Ray Freeman is a licensed therapist and the blog is written by him and with a perspective of a therapist. That means that each post comes with examples from working with patients and with practical advice on how to help others and yourself.
Meditation relax club started as simple idea from a music new age duo. They wanted to make new age relaxing music suitable for meditation. Soon it grew far beyond that and become a successful music label with millions of views and downloads.
Blog posts are written in a list form that provide a clear idea of what you need to do and how to make your life mediation easier and more useful.
Psinergy health is dedicated to the holistic approach to medical care. It uses old esoteric knowledge about mystical healing and the modern knowledge about medicine and biology to bring the best possible health solutions to its users.
The articles are focused on botany and nutrition, but they also go into broader topics as to how modern science can prove and expand ancient healing techniques.
The site is run by a naturopathic doctor, Kate ND who had a more traditional education, while learning about naturopathic medicine on her own time. Her expertise on the subject is complex and it ranges from traditional Indian medicine to personalized nutrition.
The advice part of the site comes in blog form, where some posts are written from a personal viewpoint with a personal experience backing them up, and others are more instructional and deal with nutrition in precise details.
30. The Rhythm Tree
Ryan Judd has always seen himself working with kids and he always liked music. After his graduation, he’s found out about music therapy and its benefit for pediatric medicine. Soon this has become his calling and this website is a continuation of that.
The video blog portion of the site is devoted to helping kids with autism using musical numbers. Each of the video clips showcases some of Ryan’s work and explains the benefits of the music therapy.
31. Daniel Olexa
Daniel Olexa is a hypnotherapist with 25 years of experience in the field. He uses his knowledge to teach and to popularize the hypnotherapy as a valid medical option. His formal education is in marketing which makes the site that much better suited for this mission.
The blog is about all things hypnotherapy and there’s an ongoing series about how pessimist should view this line of work and this type of healing. Other than that it offers advice and accompanies the treatment.
Katolen is a professional herbalist and a member of Herbalist Institute in which she teaches. She has appeared on numerous radio and TV programs offering advice and guidance in terms of healthy diet and nutrition. Her personal interest is about the psychological effects of herbalism.
Her blog is written as an advice column for working families that want to live healthily on a budget and not miss out on any holiday tradition or good cheer. It’s written in depth and with useful tips.
33. Aroma Talk
Aroma Talk is a blog that grew out of Aroma Web, which is an online shop for aromatherapy related items. It’s an aggregate blog that has over 600 pages of well-researched articles and blog posts.
It’s divided into categories ranging from spirituality in general to more specific topics such as skin care and gardening which can help you out with particular aromatherapy issues.
Acupressure is a unique field of alternative medicine because it’s based on acupuncture but still offers something more than its predecessor. It’s especially useful in curing stress and tension. It can also help with pain but its focus is more psychological and physical.
The blog posts go far beyond body and physical health, they also offer help on wellness in general and the energy that’s more spiritual than physical in nature.
Mr. Mueller is homeopath from California, who has been practicing homeopathy for decades now. He is the inventor of the famous Mueller method. The method deals with the predisposition to cancer and helps the patients before they develop tumors. It’s also much quicker than traditional homeopathy.
The blog mostly deals with traditional healing methods for all kinds of illnesses from cancer to common ear infection. It explains the alternative solutions in great detail and shows why they work.
Heart of wellness is a group dedicated to helping people through a holistic approach to health. They believe that the healing is a natural process and you just need to return your life to its natural state and thus help yourself heal.
A number of professionals work for the Health of wellness covering topics from East Asian Medicine to massage and naturopathic medicine.
Nimba is a natural cure village and its name comes from an ancient Indian legend about a tree of healing and help. It offers both physical and psychological healing and wellness. The program devised there is a mixture of modern medicine and ancient knowledge about the body and its powers.
The blog is written by Nimba experts and it covers all the health topics imaginable. It’s usually in a form of an advice, guide or a list of things to do. There are also posts written by former clients that offer a unique insight into the process.
The Oasis is started by Londa. Her career started as a beauty therapist and someone who works in skin care. After that, her interest grew further into the possibilities that natural cures can offer and aromatherapy and oil therapy came naturally.
The blog is an addition to her work and it’s now become a basis for a book on the subject. Londa writes short and informative posts about direct and specific topics related to her work and the experience working with clients makes the writing relevant and informative.
The muscle clinic is run by two massage therapist called David and Charlotte. David specializes in back pain and sports injuries and Charlotte is also versatile in alternative medicine such as Indian massage and Swedish massage.
All of the blog posts are educational and informative. They tackle big and sophisticated issues, but they are written and illustrated in a way that helps the patients understand what they are going through and what’s next.
BodyProject Blog is written by Elyse Shafarman and it showcases her work in Alexander Technique, as well as her personal and Spiritual interests. Elyse is an AmSAT certified Alexander Technique Teacher, with a background in Dance and an MA in Physiological Psychology.
The blog is a self-help diary that goes through particular exercises that will help you work through psychological and spiritual issues by focusing on your body and using it as a tool for meditation.
“The way” has been created by Dan Djurdjevic who’s been training in martial arts for over 30 years now. He has tried his hand, in a variety of kung Fu forms. Dan has trained everywhere from Taiwan to Japan and Philippines. The blog is the sum of that experience.
The blog posts are sometimes lessons about martial arts complete with pictures and advice, and sometimes more contemplative about the nature of the martial arts themselves.
The blog is written by Karl Duffy and it’s created to help the readers meditate and find ways to make meditation a really useful tool in their lives. He has over 40 years of experience in this field and his main goal is to use the therapy to create a better and more meaningful life for his patients.
The blog is written in a form of free meditation on the subjects of spirituality personal happiness and being satisfied with one’s life.
Holistic health and living have started in 2009 as e-zine about healthy life and nutrition. The focus of the zine was far beyond healthy body and it deals with spiritual life as much as the physical one. It offers both videos and blog essays – where it expands greatly on this topic.
Posts on the site range from the advice on health to complex discussions on the topic of holistic health and nutritional choices that are often the most important part of a healthy life.
Amadea Morningstar is practitioner and teacher of Ayurveda medicine. She has written numerous books and articles on the subject and also works with patients. She’s the founder of Yoga institute in New Mexico and teaches Ayurveda polarity therapy there.
In her blog, Amadea writes about all things Ayurveda related, but she especially focuses on how it can help women’s health and even more specifically aging women’s health.
Lacy Mucklow is a registered art therapist from Washington, DC and working in the field since 1999. Her work is mostly about adolescent youth and those recovering from a therapy. She is also an author of many books on the subject of art and healing.
The blog is about art therapy in the broadest sense. It’s mostly about educating the reader what art therapy is and how big of an impact it can have.
Dance without limits is a blog by Dana Ben-Yehuda designed to use Alexander Technique to help people. It’s a blog covering both particulars of this technique and its complicated and complex sides as well.
The posts include life stories of those who have been helped by the technique as well as a personal diary of the author. It also markets the events in which the author partakes.
Osteofm is a site dedicated to understanding osteopathy in the 21st century. It’s written by a practicing osteopath and a freelance journalist which gives it a great mix of experience and literary skill needed to address this complex topic. It has started as a place for therapist and professionals but it’s evolved from that and become a site for anyone interested in the subject.
The blog posts bring news from the world of professional osteopathy and feature guests that delve deep into specifics, but also talk about the broader meaning of their work.
48. Qigong by Quist
Qigong is a Chinese medical practice that’s passed on from the master to the apprentice. The goal of this practice is to control the energy of QI in your body and to improve both health and wellness. The person running the site is a registered nurse which gives her experience in both western and eastern approach to medicine.
The blog is probably the most valuable part of the site because it takes the time to go deep into the origins of this tradition and explain the nomenclature involved. It also offers practical advice as to treating particular illnesses.
Wholesome Ayurveda is written by Madhavi, Ayurveda teacher and practitioner. She’s also interested in Yoga and healthy living techniques in general. Her eclectic work is mostly grounded in Ayurveda originating from ancient Indian culture.
The posts are divided into sections focusing on weight loss, healthy life, yoga, and detoxing. There’s also a variety of recipes that can help lead this lifestyle with practical guidance.
Johnna Sabri is a musician by profession, but crystals and jewels are her passion for over a decade now. She has been working in the field of healing crystals and this blog is a way to provide guidance for those who want to do the same.
Sabri writes about the crystals in a way both beginners and those with more experience can understand and follow, she also offers advice on spirituality and personal health and well-being.
John Bolger is a hypnotherapist from New Jersey, with a traditional education from the University Of Notre Dame. Bolger has experienced numerous autoimmune health problems, which have led him to the path of hypnotherapy. He is a practitioner and lecturer on the subject.
All of the posts are written by Bolger who talks about the issues openly and candidly. The posts are easy to read and follow even though they are packed with knowledge about the matter.
52. Nic Makim’s Site
Nic Makim is English health expert living in Australia. She has started to write a blog and work in this field because she had personal experience with her son being sick a lot when he was a kid. She focuses on food as medicine and preventive medicine overall.
Her blog is divided into a few categories most of them health-related, but there are also interviews and business articles for those who want to work in the natural health field.
Dr. Lauren is a certified doctor of naturopathic medicine and she has a BS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics. Her interest in medicine started when her father died of cancer when she was 15. Soon she realized that the traditional medicine isn’t the answer so she moved along to other options.
Dr. Deville writes a blog and creates a podcast for her website. The blog is devoted to diet, alternative medical solutions and overall health and well-being.
54. Reiki Blog
Reiki classes are an aggregate blog about the ancient alternative practice of Reiki medicine. It doesn’t have one particular writer, but it’s open to guest posts from everyone who is knowledgeable about the subject and follows the editorial guidelines.
Reiki helps with mental stress and mental health in general. It allows the patients to detox and controls their energy levels.
55. Intuitive Flow
Giora Carmi is an art therapist that works in New York. His background is in commercial art, he is a book designer and author of children’s books. He’s also interested in meditation and spiritual and he’s practicing meditation for 12 years.
The blog is written in the first person and it’s used to talk about art, therapy, healing all that Giora is dealing with working with patients and helping them use art as a healing tool.
Sarah Elizabeth Todd is a crystal healer, who also teaches about this alternative medicine practice. Her interest is especially about women’s health issues and the way crystal can help with those. The blog is only a part of it; she also works with patients and gives lectures.
Each blog post tackles a particular subject and explain it in a simple and conversational tone, anticipating the common questions that might come from those who want to learn about crystals.
57. Natural Rhythms
“Natural rhythms” is alternative health care clinic with a holistic approach to health and well-being. It practices a variety of alternative medicine solutions from acupuncture to naturopathy. The site and the clinic work together in bring health care to clients and explaining the basics of these alternative medicine methods.
The posts are written by medical professionals and usually cover one particular topic in great detail and with a lot of examples coming from patients and doctors themselves. The topics vary from stress relief to curing psychological disorders such attention deficit disorder.
Sacred Soul is dedicated to holistic healing. It’s written by Scott and Kristen and they are not your average holistic healers and lecturers and that’s what makes their work interesting. They have just tried to live a healthier life and stumbled upon the holistic medicine on their own.
The blog is written with this attitude as well. It doesn’t offer any definite solutions, but provides an aggregate of options and resources to check out and make the decision on your own.
Michelle is a certified acupuncturist and she teaches about the subject on the Maryland University of Integrative Health. Her specialty is healing neuromuscular facial conditions like the ones occurring after a stroke or multiple sclerosis.
The blog goes much deeper and broader than acupuncture. It also explains how this field works with other Chinese ancient medicine and how it can be used to improve the patient’s life overall.
60. Bliss Plan Blog
Sydney Johnston, Jeremy O’Connell and Jessica Shuemake are writing for the wonderful Bliss Plan blog that focuses on natural remedies. Bliss Plan writes about the benefits of natural medicines and their advantages over synthetic drugs, the latter which most people consider better. You’ll find articles on health, weight loss, beauty and also some about money and fun times.
Columbia advanced Chiropractic is founded by a world-renowned doctor Dr. Allen Manison. He gives lectures and writes about his practice and he’s also available to answer the questions from those interested in the matter on one of the largest online forum for chiropractors.
The blog is divided into topics. There are posts about general news from the industry, about nutrition, rehab, fitness, and all other related issues. Posts are fairly long but easy to digest and understand.
Crystal surgery is a relatively new approach to healing with crystals, created in the 1990s by Vivien Schapera. The crystals are used in a very specific ways in order to deal with negative energy on the particular part of the patient’s body.
The site offers both blogs and vlogs on the subject. It provides footage of actual healing practices or surgeries as well as educational posts about the subject. These practical advice are a valuable tool for the healers.
Keila is a medical professional behind this blog and she comes from a long line of Cherokee women working in the health business. Her main interests are women’s health problems especially those related to the hormonal issues.
Her blog is written in a simple and conversational tone, but every single one of the posts is packed with a lot of information and data. Each post also comes with resources for those who want to learn more about the subject.
Markson Chiropractic is a treatment facility with a wide range of expertise. They help with pediatric and preventive care and work on sport and vehicle injuries. This wide approach makes their blog more interesting and better research because they meet all kind of patients with different problems and medical history.
The blog is written in a form of advice or listicles that provides concrete solutions to problems with which a chiropractor can help. The posts are simple and fit the needs of a modern man who spend most of their time sitting down.
Michaela Cernochova is a licensed hypnotherapist and psychotherapist whose work is based on the transactional analysis. She is based in Southampton UK where she works with patients and teaches. She uses Gestalt, Inner Child, Regression and NLP healing techniques, but is also versed in others as well.
Her posts are educational and advisory. Michaela writes about setting personal goals and providing self-help, but she also talks about the therapy and the role hypnosis plays in it.
Moore’s chiropractic services specialize in family health and family chiropractic therapy. Dr. More was trained in dance, but she has witnessed the possibilities of chiropractic healing herself and become interested in this medical practice.
The blog is written by Dr. Moore and her staff and each post provides a look on how chiropractic healing could help a particular patient and heal a particular illness or condition. It’s written in a comprehensive and direct way.
Feel better Osteopathy is a website of an osteopathy clinic with the same name. The main focus is on providing valuable info on osteopathy in general, but there are also sections to make appointments and find advice from the clinic itself. The clinic helps with back and neck pain, bad posture and all other issues that are associated with osteopathy treatment.
The blog comes with a lot short and practical articles dealing with specific issues such as pain associated with sitting down for too long or common sports injuries.
68. Natural Oil Mom
Natural oil mom was started and is run by Jenni Wilson, a wellness speaker, educator, and professional. She has started to learn about natural food and oils when she had her second child and couldn’t find the energy for daily tasks. Now she’s teaching others about the subject.
The blog is divided into sections about food, health, personal stories, and experiences with homeschooling. It’s written in a simple and narrative form for anyone to understand.
Ana Satya was a licensed wellness professional for 14 years living an idyllic personal and professional life. Her problems started when she entered an abusive relationship that has changed her forever. After this experience, she has gained interested in healing and crystals and now she shares it with others.
She writes a blog and records vlogs about the subject of crystal healing. The blog often answers the questions from readers interested in this ancient technique.
Blossoms is run by Amy whose interest in the subject started when her own child needed help that traditional medicine couldn’t offer. She started researching the aromatherapy and it became her passion and her work for years to come.
All of the blog posts are written in a personal and warm tone that everyone can follow. The posts go into deep and complex subjects, but they are easy to understand even if you’re a novice.
Red leaf wellness hires professional acupuncturist to cure very specific medical issues, such as chronic fatigue, menstrual, and menopausal issues, and heart problems. It uses the knowledge of the traditional Chinese medicine and has proven results.
The blog posts are written by the doctors themselves and they usually outline the problem and the symptoms that can be used to recognize it as well as the cures offered by acupuncture.
Bill Scheinman is the author of this blog and it’s the conclusion of his life work in the field of mindfulness. He was working in this field since 2004 and is practicing meditation for much longer than that. Scheinman work is also very much informed by Buddhism.
The blog is written in the first person and it showcases the work on stress reduction via examples and personal stories of the author. The posts are a bit long but easy to follow since the author is a great stylist.
Melissa who runs this blog has come to the practice of alternative medicine, as so many others did, when she has faced medical issues of her own. Then she realized the limitations of the western approach and started to research the alternatives.
The blog is there to educate about the use of oils, aromatherapy jewelry and other alternative medical solutions. There’s no mysticism about it, each blog explains how these methods can help with a particular health issue.
Dr. Tamar Ferreira is a naturopathic doctor from Ottawa, which combines latest medical practices and knowledge with natural remedies and overall healthy and natural approach to life. She makes house calls and comes with a prepared questionnaire about the patience lifestyle that will inform the therapy.
The blog is about advice in this field and it’s detailed researched and backed by facts. Every blog post is rather long, but easy to follow and with medical terms explained for everyone to understand.
75. RBK Aromatherapy
The site is run by Robin Kessler. She’s a trained aromatherapist from New Jersey that uses only the purest and the safest oils and treatments to provide natural solutions for the modern health problems. The site is also an online store for this type of products and medicine.
The blog is envisioned as a free online course covering the basis of aromatherapy both in a theoretical and practical sense. It can be followed and understood by everyone regardless of how much experience they have with the subject.
Total health is run by Dr. Negin Misaghi a doctor of naturopathic medicine from Ontario. Her career started in a traditional western medicine, but soon she’s realized the limitations of that approach to health and started working on the alternatives.
Blog posts on her site are usually quite long and with a lot of information packed in there. The blog is written as an advice article, but it comes with references and is very seriously researched.
77. Carolyn Simon
Carolyn Simon is a certified teacher of the Alexander Technique, helping people to improve their wellbeing and avoid or reduce problems such as back, neck and shoulder pain. She works 1:1 with individuals of all ages, and in addition runs introductory workshops for small groups.
Her blog highlights news stories and research findings with a connection to the Alexander Technique, and also draws on her own experience. Her aim is to reinforce the principles of the Technique in a lively and interesting way.
Barbara Hitching is a therapist and a life coach. Her work is informed by a personal experience; she has traveled the world and seen all the suffering in it. That’s why she offers hope and help to those that are hurting.
The blog is divided into three sections: grow, pray, and reviews. The first is about a personal spiritual journey. The second is about world issues, and the last one reviews works of others in this field.
Pema Chen is licensed acupuncturist and her blog posts come from the experience of working with patients with a variety of problems, from allergies and insomnia to chronic pain. The goal of her work is not just about healing but about to provide healthier and better life overall.
The blog covers the work of dr. Chen and provides useful advice as to how to deal with common medical problems, such as insomnia or chronic pain.
Susanne Meyer Fitzsimmons started her life in a secular German family and has struggled with finding spirituality ever since she was a little girl. When she started a family she has grown the interest in organic food and healthy lifestyle in general. The blog combines these two needs.
All the blog posts are written from a personal experience and in a touching personal tone that showcases the spiritual journey of the author.
Doctor Russo has shown interest in Eastern cultures from a very young age. It started as an interest in the martial arts, but then it evolved into the passion for their spirituality and culture. He started working in the acupuncture healing and moved on from there to other more spiritual healing methods.
His blog is about eastern medicine and the way it can be combined with a modern lifestyle. He goes deep into explaining the terms and the concepts of this type of medicine while offering concrete advice.
82. Herbal Gang Blog
Herbal gang is the top herbal blog from Nigeria. It’s dedicated to providing education and deeper understanding of herbal medicine with special focus on the Nigerian tradition in this field. Preventive medicine is the most important part of Herbal gang’s education mission.
The posts are divided by topic, covering, health, sexual and reproductive remedies, food, and remedies in general. There’s also a very popular section about weight loss.
This blog is written by Amanda-Rachel who has devoted her life and career to helping others using holistic medicine and crystals. Her interest in the subject started when she was just a kid who was naturally drawn to minerals and rocks.
Her blog has now gone beyond crystals and their use and it explores astrology, spirituality, natural healing and other alternative methods.
Melisma music therapy was founded by Katherine Lindberg, a board-certified music therapist, with a BA in this field. She has worked with adults struggling with dementia since 1991 and this is her main field of expertise.
Her blog is always accompanied by music clips and it’s used to explain and teach about the hardest part of this heartbreaking job – which is how the music helps those that need it the most.
Sue Meyer is a mom of eleven and a homeopath. Her goal was to write about homeopathy and alternative healing methods from a mom’s standpoint. She offers lectures, blog posts, and podcast episode to expand and explain her knowledge on the subject.
The blogs are written in a simple and readable way even though they are quite long and cover a lot of ground. They are usually practical and useful advice on home remedies.
86. One Gutsy Lady
One Gutsy Lady is a blog started by Andrea, who has struggled with autoimmune disorders (Crohns, Fibromyalgia & Graves), throughout her life. Western medicine failed her so she focuses on nutrition, homeopathy, sho tai, biofeedback and natural remedies to help find healing and remission.
Her posts offer what she has learned from these experiences and how she made changes to find optimal health. Posts deal with living a holistic lifestyle and exploring different modalities.
Caitlin is a holistic life coach who has stumbled to this career path by accident. She was an Ivy League graduate working her way up in the world NGOs and non profit humanitarian organizations. During this time she didn’t care about personal health and well-being and the interest for it came from her focusing on herself for a while.
The blog is written in a form of an advice column, in a gentle and personal tone but with a clear overriding message of spiritual awakening and a personal spiritual journey.
The site is run and managed by Brea Murakami, a certified music therapist with a lot of practical experience. Her focus is on how musictherapy can help those suffering from memory loss and dementia as well as post-surgery problems and cancer patients.
The blog portion of the site is sometimes written in the first person explaining the problems that a music therapist faces in their day to day dealing with patients and sometimes it’s a professional advice page and help book for those doing this hard work.
Sheila Christie has worked behind a desk for the biggest part of her life and now she’s decided to take up a more active a role and learn about Alexander Technique. It’s a skill used in self-help that’s made to teach you about changing habits and growing as a person.
The blog goes through the Alexander Technique with Sheila and helps the reader work through their problems while understanding the value of this technique.
Karen Granelle works in a medical facility as a nurse. Her experience with western medicine has shown her that people have both physical and spiritual problems and the two are connected. This is why she offers help in a holistic way and deals with both aspects of being a person in need of help.
The blog is written in form of advice, tips, and hacks and helps with nutrition and healthy living in general. It especially focuses on women health issues.
Forest and crow is a self-help guide for those who are spiritually minded and are interested in arts and creative outlets. The authors are also working in this field and it shows in both the content and the aesthetic of the site.
The blog is divided into sections working on self-improvement, apothecary (mostly about natural medicine and food). There’s also a shop in which you can find all the items mentioned in the blog.
Debbi Smith has worked as a medical professional and has seen the effects of pain and sickness first hand. Her belief was always that there are spirituals ways of helping those in need as well as the physical ones. That’s how she got into energy healing and that’s the goal of her blog.
The posts are usually topical, about healing and the role energy plays in it. They are also conversational and they use personal stories and experience to resonate with the readers.
Jennifer Kind-Rubin is licensed to practice art therapy. She has worked with all kinds of patients dealing with all kinds of problems. Rubin is versed in a variety of art forms and she’s also worked with a few non-profits that are focused on high risked teens.
Her blog is written in the first person and talks about her life experience and her work with the kids that need it the most. There are also a lot of illustrations coming from both patients and doctors.
Brooklyn hypnosis works in hypnotherapy providing their patients with the option to heal grow and expand their potential and their abilities. They work with problems such as stress, weight reduction, depression, and a variety of other issues.
The blog posts that accompany these treatments are written to explain the power of hypnotherapy and to provide everyone with the resources to understand their problems and help themselves. They are no-nonsense posts dealing with particular and concrete issues.
The clinic is run by Annie Collins a homeopath working in the field of depression, anxiety, and especially how those problems affect kids, families, and teenagers. She writes a blog and offers consultation and one on one work as well.
The blog posts are always written on one particular subject and they provide a clear and knowledgeable introduction into that subject from someone working in the field as long Collins.
The author of this blog is a physical therapist from Chicago whose interest has grown to herbalism and to other alternative ways of helping the patients.
It’s a very eclectic blog whose main focus is helping people in every way imaginable. The posts range from explaining ancient Chinese medicine to providing a natural cure for the common illnesses and health problems.
This blog is written by Leena Athparia naturopathic doctor, violinist and Ayurveda practitioner. The goal of the blog is to educate and to share the knowledge about this ancient healing practice. The style of the writing is dedicated to this purpose as well.
The blog can be read by those who know nothing about these matters, but it’s also an aggregate of knowledge for those that follow the subject for years. The posts are usually quite long, but they are structured in clear and informative way.
The blog is written by martial arts expert Graham Barlow from England. The blog is free and doesn’t offer any promotions or product to buy; it’s a personal project of Barlow’s designed to help people get a better understanding of the eastern martial arts and their benefit to health and well-being.
Beside the text, there are also video blogs that are especially helpful to the novice in the field. Barlow also offers “the big reads”, books on the subject that deal with more complex and abstract aspects of the martial arts.
This blog about eastern medicine, arts, spirituality and the martial arts is written by Rick Matz. It covers all the topics mentioned above and much more, showcasing Mr. Matz’s, personal interest and his quest for a healthier and more productive life.
The posts are written almost daily and they cover everything from practical martial art tips to the diet and the books Matz is currently reading and enjoying.
The goal of this site is to connect all the professionals working in homeopathy and to provide them with valuable resources about the subject. It features news, blogs, and podcasts written and produced by experts from around the globe.
The blog posts archive is rich and long and it features experts on every homeopathy topic imaginable from healing to advice on how to lecture or share your expertise.
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