Introduction to Herbalism – Types of Herbalism – Quiz

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Introduction to Herbalism - Types of Herbalism - Quiz
You'll need to correctly answer at least 8 of the 9 questions below (at least 80%) to progress to the next lesson.
Question #1: The term Ayurveda is Sanskrit in origin and means the science of life. Ayurvedic medicine ("Ayurveda" for short) is one of the world's oldest healing systems. It was formed more than 4,000 years ago in India.
Question #2: The term ‘Eastern Herbalism’ is used to describe the use of vitamins, minerals, and plant formulations, like teas, capsules, tinctures, and extracts, for the prevention and remedy of illness as it is practiced throughout Europe and North America.
Question #3: Herbalism can be safe for children with proper education and usage.
Question #4: Although herbal remedies are formulated from natural components, caution and common sense should be exercised when using these products. Certain people may experience an allergic reaction to a particular herbal blend, and if someone is allergic to a plant, then related herbs may cause a similar response.
Question #5: Herbalist diagnose and prescribe herbs like a medical practicioner.
Question #6: Eclectic herbalism has its roots in a group of American medical doctors who practiced from the mid-1800s through the 1930s and primarily used botanical medicines to treat their patients.
Question #7: Folk herbalists can be found all over the world. In more remote areas, a folk herbalist may be a community’s primary health-care provider.
Question #8: There is no difference between a Naturopathic Physician and traditional naturopath.
Question #9: Traditional Chinese medicine often referred to as TCM, is thousands of years old. The system originated on the belief that illness results when there is a blockage or improper flow of qi, the life force or energy, through the body. Qi is restored by balancing the contrasting forces of yin and yang with various tools, such as acupuncture, diet, herbs, and massage.
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