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General information - Alternative medicine - Wikipedia

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Fringe medicine and science

Alternative health systems 
Aromatherapy – the use of fragrant substances, such as essential oils ...

Ayurvedic medicine – a 5,000-year-old system of traditional medicine which originated on ...

Germanic New Medicine – a popular medical system devised by Ryke Geerd Hamer ...

Greek cancer cure – A putative cancer cure invented and promoted by microbiologist ...

Herbalism – a whole-body approach to promoting health, in which substances ...

Holistic medicine – a general term for an approach to medicine which encompasses mental ...

Homeopathy – a pseudoscientific system of medicine based on ultra-diluted substances ...

Native American healing – shamanistic forms of medicine traditionally practiced by some ...

Naturopathy – a system of alternative medicine based on a belief in energy forces in the body ...

Diet-based
Alkaline diet – a restrictive diet of non-acid foods, such as that proposed by Edgar Cayce ...

Breuss diet – a diet based on vegetable juice and tea devised by Rudolf Breuss ...

Budwig protocol (or Budwig diet) – an "anti-cancer" diet developed in the 1950s by Johanna ...

Fasting and intermittent fasting – not eating or drinking for a period – a practice which has ...

Hallelujah diet – a restrictive "biblical" diet based on raw food, claimed by its inventor ...

Kousmine diet – a restrictive diet devised by Catherine Kousmine (1904–1992) ...

Macrobiotic diet – a restrictive diet based on grains and unrefined foods, and promoted by ...

McDougall diet – a restrictive low-fat, starch based vegan diet devised by John A. McDougall ...

Moerman Therapy – a highly restrictive diet devised by Cornelis Moerman (1893–1988) ...

Superfood – a marketing term applied to certain foods with supposed health-giving properties ...

Electromagnetic and energy-based
Bioresonance therapy – diagnosis and therapy delivered by attaching an electrical device ...

Electrohomeopathy (or Mattei cancer cure) – a treatment devised by Count Cesare Mattei ...

Electro Physiological Feedback Xrroid – an electronic device promoted as being capable of ...

Light therapy – the use of light to treat medical conditions. According to the American Cancer ...

Magnetic therapy – the practice of placing magnets on and around the body in order to treat ...

Orgone – a type of life force proposed to exist by Wilhelm Reich (1897–1957) ...

Polarity therapy – a type of energy medicine based on the idea that the positive or negative ...

Rife Frequency Generator – an electronic device purported to cure cancer by transmitting ...

Therapeutic Touch (or TT) – contrary to its name, a technique that does not usually involve ...

Zoetron therapy – therapy based around a large electromagnetic device that ...

Hybrid
Clark's "Cure for All Cancers" – an alternative medicine regime promoted by Hulda Regehr Clark ...

Contreras therapy – treatment offered at the Oasis of Hope Hospital in Tijuana, Mexico ...

Gerson therapy – a predominantly diet regime, generally based on: limiting salt, protein and ...

Gonzalez protocol – a treatment regime devised by Nicholas Gonzalez (1947–2015) ...

Hoxsey therapy – a treatment consisting of a caustic herbal paste for external cancers or a herb ...

Issels treatment – a regime recommended to be used alongside conventional treatment ...

Kelley treatment – a treatment regime devised by William Donald Kelley (1925–2005) ...

Live blood analysis – in alternative medicine, the practice of examining blood samples under ...

Livingston-Wheeler Therapy – a therapeutic regime that included a restricted diet, various ...

Lorraine Day's 10-step program – a regime devised by Lorraine Day based on a restrictive diet ...
 
Metabolic therapies – an umbrella term for diet- and enema-based "detoxification" regimes ...

Nieper therapy – a regimen devised by Hans Alfred Nieper (1928–1998) ...

Plant- and fungus-based
Actaea racemosa (or black cohosh) – a flowering plant from which dietary supplements are ...

Aloe – a genus of flowering succulent plants native to Africa. According to Cancer Research UK ...

Amygdalin (sometimes going by the trade name Laetrile) – a glycoside, has been promoted as ...

Andrographis paniculata – a herb used in Ayurvedic medicine, and promoted as a dietary ...

Aveloz (also called firestick plant, pencil tree or Euphorbia tirucalli) – a succulent shrub native to parts of Africa ...

Bach flower remedies – preparations devised by Edward Bach (1886–1936) in ...

Cannabidiol – a phytocannabinoid extracted from the cannabis plant. Many claims are made ...

Cannabis – Used as a recreational and medicinal drug. Chemicals derived from cannabis have ...

Cansema (also called black salve) – a type of paste or poultice often promoted as a cancer cure ...

Capsicum – the name given to a group of plants in the nightshade family, well known for ...

Carctol – a herbal dietary supplement made from ayurvedic herbs ...

Cassava – a woody shrub native to South America, the root of which is a carbohydrate-rich ...

Castor oil – an oil made from the seeds of the castor oil plant. The claim has been made ...

Chaparral (or Larrea tridentata) – a plant used to make a herbal remedy which is sold as cancer ...

Chlorella – a type of algae promoted for its health-giving properties, including a claimed ...

Echinacea – a group of herbaceous flowering plants in the daisy family, marketed as a herbal ...

Ellagic acid – a natural phenol found in some foods, especially berries, and which has been ...

Essiac – a blended herbal tea devised in the early 20th century and promoted as a cancer cure. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration ...

Fermented wheat germ extract (FWGE) – a concentrated extract of wheat germ sold with the ...

Ginger – a root of plants of the Zingiber family, and a popular spice in many types of cuisine ...

Ginseng – a species of perennial plant, the root of which is promoted for its therapeutic value ...

Glyconutrients – types of sugar extracted from plants; they are mostly marketed in a product with the brand name "Ambrotose" by Mannatech, Inc ...

Goldenseal (or Hydrastis canadensis) – a herb from the buttercup family promoted for treating ...

Gotu kola – a swamp plant native to parts of Asia and Africa. Supplements made from it are ...

Grapes – fruit, popularized for supposed anti-cancer effect by Johanna Brandt (1876–1964) who championed a "grape diet" ...

Inonotus obliquus – commonly known as chaga mushroom. Chaga has been used as a ...

Juice Plus – a branded line of dietary supplements containing concentrated fruit and vegetable juice extract. In October 2009, Barrie R. Cassileth ...

Juicing (or Juice Therapy) – the practice of consuming juice made from raw fruit and ...

Kombucha – A kind of fermented tea claimed to cure a variety of human illnesses including AIDS ...

Mangosteen – a fruit native to Southeast Asia which is promoted as a "superfruit" and in products such as XanGo Juice ...

Milk thistle (Silybum marianum) – a biennial plant that grows in many locations over the world ...

Mistletoe (or Iscador) – a plant used in anthroposophical medicine, proposed as a cancer cure by Rudolf Steiner ...

Modified citrus pectin – a substance chemically extracted from citrus fruits and marketed in ...

Moxibustion – the practice, used in conjunction with acupuncture or acupressure, of burning dried-up mugwort ...

Mushrooms – promoted on the internet as useful for cancer treatment. According to Cancer ...

Nerium oleander (or oleander) – one of the most poisonous of commonly grown garden plants ...

Noni juice – juice derived from the fruit of the Morinda citrifolia tree indigenous to Southeast AsiaAustralasia, and the Caribbean ...

Pau d'arco – a large South American rainforest tree whose bark (sometimes brewed into "lapacho" tea) is promoted as a treatment for many ailments ...

Pygeum – an extract made from Prunus africana, the African Cherry Following excitement at ...

Rauvolfia serpentina (or snakeroot) – a plant used as the basis of a herbal remedy that ...

Red clover (Trifolium pratense) – a European species of clover, promoted as a treatment for ...

Saw palmetto (or Serenoa repens) – a type of palm tree found growing in the southeastern United States. Its extract has been promoted as a prostate cancer ...

Seasilver – an expensive dietary supplement made mostly from plant extracts and promoted ...

Soursop (or Graviola) – According to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission soursop extract is ...

Strychnos nux-vomica – a tree native to Asia, the bark of which contains toxic strychnine ...

Ukrain – the trademarked name of a drug (sometimes called "celandine") made from ...

Uncaria tomentosa (or cat's claw) – a woody vine found in the tropical jungles of South and ...

Venus flytrap – a carnivorous plant, the extract of which is promoted as a treatment for a ...

Walnuts – large, hard edible seeds of any tree of the genus Juglans. Black walnut has been ...

Wheatgrass – a food made from grains of wheat. According to the American Cancer Society ...

Wild yam (or Chinese yam) – types of yam, the roots of which are made into creams and ...

Wilburn Ferguson's solution a mixture of plants that were supposedly used by the Shuar ...

Physical procedures
Acupuncture – a mainstay of traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture attempts to regulate the flow of a supposed energy ...

Applied kinesiology – the practice of diagnosing and treating illness by touching and ...

Chiropractic – the practice of manipulating the spine to treat many human ailments ...

Craniosacral therapy (or CST) – a treatment devised by John Upledger in the 1970s ...

Colon cleansing – the practice of cleansing the colon using laxatives and enemas to "detoxify" ...

Cupping – a procedure in which cups are used to create areas of suction on the body ...

Dance therapy – the use of dance or physical movement to improve physical or mental well- ...

Ear candling – an alternative medical technique in which lighted candles are placed in the ...

Psychic surgery – a sleight-of-hand confidence trick in which the practitioner pretends to ...

Reiki – a procedure in which the practitioner might look at, blow on, tap and touch a patient in ...

Shiatsu – a type of alternative medicine consisting of finger and palm pressure, stretches and ...

Spiritual and mental healing
Cancer guided imagery – the practice of attempting to treat cancer in oneself by imagining ...

Faith healing – the attempt to cure disease by spiritual means, often by prayer or participation ...

Hypnosis – the induction of a deeply relaxed and yet alert mental state ...

Meditation (also Transcendental Meditation and Mindfulness) – mind-body practices ...

Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) – a series of behavioral techniques based on various ...

Anti-cancer psychotherapy – a technique claiming that a "cancer personality" caused cancer ...

Qigong – the practice of maintaining a meditative state while making gentle and fluid bodily ...

Synthetic chemicals and other substances
714-X – sometimes called "trimethylbicyclonitramineoheptane chloride", is a mixture of ...

Antineoplaston therapy – a form of chemotherapy promoted by the Burzynski Clinic in Texas ...

Apitherapy – the use of products derived from bees, such as honey and bee venom ...

Cancell  also called Protocel, Sheridan's Formula, Jim's Juice, Crocinic Acid ...

Cell therapy – the practice of injecting cellular material from animals in an attempt to prevent ...

Caesium chloride – a toxic salt, promoted as a cancer cure (sometimes as "high pH therapy") ...

Chelation therapy – removal of metals from the body by administering chelating agent ...

Cytokine therapy (or Klehr's autologous tumor therapy) – a so-called immunotherapy with a ...

Colloidal silver – liquid containing a suspension of silver particles, marketed as a treatment ...

Coral calcium – a dietary supplement supposedly made from crushed coral and promote ...

DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) – a steroid hormone that has been promoted in supplement ...

Di Bella Therapy – a cocktail of vitamins, drugs and hormones devised by Luigi di Bella ...

Dimethyl sulfoxide (or DMSO) – an organosulfur compound that has been promoted as a treat ...

Emu oil – an oil derived from adipose tissue of themu, and promoted in dietary supplement ...

Gc-MAF (Gc protein-derived macrophage activating factor) – a type of protein that affects ...

Germanium – a metalloid which has been sold in supplement form with the claim that it is ...

Hydrazine sulfate – a chemical compound promoted (sometimes as "rocket fuel treatment") for ...

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy – the use of a pressurized oxygen environment as therapy ...

Insulin potentiation therapy – the practice of injecting insulin, usually alongside a low dose ...

Krebiozen (also known as Carcalon, creatine, substance X, or drug X) – a mineral oil-based liq ...

Lipoic acid – an antioxidant available as a dietary supplement and claimed by proponents to ...

Miracle Mineral Supplement (or MMS) – a toxic solution of 28% sodium chlorite in distilled ...

Orthomolecular medicine (or Megavitamin therapy) – the use of high doses of vitamins ...

Oxygen therapy – in alternative medicine, the practice of injecting hydrogen peroxide ...

Ozone therapy – the application of ozone to the body, either externally or internally ...

Pangamic acid – a name given to an ill-defined substance peddled by fraudster Ernst T. Krebs, Jr. ...

Phosphorylethanolamine – A chemical manufactured in Brazil by Gilberto Chierice and ...

Poly-MVA – a dietary supplement created by Merrill Garnett (1931–), a former dentist turned ...

Pregnenolone – a steroid which has been promoted online with claims it can treat a variety of ...

Protandim – a herbal supplement fraudulently marketed with claims it can cure or prevent ...

Quercetin – a plant pigment used in dietary supplements that have been promoted for their ...

Revici's Guided Chemotherapy – a practice in which a chemical mixture (usually including ...

Shark cartilage – a dietary supplement made from ground shark skeleton, and promoted ...

Sodium bicarbonate (or baking soda) – the chemical compound with the formula ...

Urine therapy (or urotherapy) – the practice of attempting to treat cancer—or other illnesses ...

Vitacor – a type of vitamin supplement devised by Matthias Rath and heavily promoted on ...

 

Hoxsey Therapy

The sale or marketing of the Hoxsey Method (cure for cancerwas banned in the United States by the FDA on September 21, 1960

Burzynski Clinic

Cancer treatment clinic was "deemed to be unlawful by the U.S. FDA and the Texas Attorney General(Stanislaw Burzynski)

Life-Saving Cancer Drugs

"When effective new drugs are delayed, the inevitable consequence is needless human suffering and death"

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