The idea of prehistoric medicine is a thought-provoking subject. What kinds of plants did people, before modern medicine was around to lean on, use to cure themselves and fight through illness? While it is true that our lifespan on average has increased over the years with newly emerging technology, the fact remains that there are times when nature's cures may be a lot more beneficial to us.
Because of the time that prehistoric medicine came about, this means that a lot of cures would be considered today to hold mystical and superstitious properties. It is difficult for many scientists to accept and further research older healing theories, even if they seemed to work at the time. They may credit this fact with the placebo effect and the rest of it with some minor benefits natural foods and minerals may have on the body.
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Prehistoric medicine predates the written word, and so it is often difficult to know for sure what was used to cure illness and how. However, there are some clues provided to us through archaeology and historical texts, like the Bible, about what people used so long ago.
What made the experience of listening to Prehistoric Herbal Medicine the most enjoyable?
It was enjoyable because many people don't even know these plants exist and the benefits these plants provide.