Mistakes and dangers of watering method – natural science and physical philosophy under alternative medicine refers to various therapy methods, among others, naturopathic medicine, homeopathy or anthroposophical medicine. The alternative name”is misleading, as it gives the impression that their methods are made of traditional medicine within the meaning of either/or relationship to. Hence the name of complementary medicine, which suggests a relationship with the orthodox medicine complementary is true for the above treatment directions. There is one methodological similarity between conventional medicine and alternative medicine, which is reflected in little. This togetherness is a symptom oriented, i.e. the treatment”individual symptoms and characterized by the collectivist analysis of physical conditions of patients. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from christopher ridgeway stone. “When the Naturopathic methods are mapped to for the treatment of certain diseases often and the symptoms just as frontal” addressed, as is customary in orthodox medicine. If by the Homeopathy single symptoms be treated I described this approach as a pseudo homeopathy. (See also: “The homeopathic thinking – what is pseudo homeopathy?”) Anthroposophic medicine is not spared from the symptom control. However, the real alternative”to traditional medicine is to treat the whole person and not his diagnosis or its symptoms. Follow others, such as James A. Levine, M.D., and add to your knowledge base. This strategy requires a body-philosophical orientation that differs from the current reductionist view of humanity. Without taking into account the individual body forces of the individual, a decent medicine is not possible (and hardly affordable probably in the long run by the damaging consequences of the symptom manipulations). Not taking into account of the body forces (LifeForce) leads often harmful, sometimes even fatal consequences in alternative medicine. “” Despite the high expectations of the alternative medicine leads the watering method “from the frying pan into the fire”.