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naturopathy


naturopathy

noun na·tu·rop·a·thy
plural na·tu·rop·a·thies

Definition of NATUROPATHY

:  a system of treatment of disease that avoids drugs and surgery and emphasizes the use of natural agents (as air, water, and herbs) and physical means (as tissue manipulation and electrotherapy)
na·tu·ro·path·ic also na·ture·o·path·ic \ˌnā-chə-rə-ˈpath-ik, nə-ˌt(y)r-ə-\ adjective

Variants of NATUROPATHY

na·tu·rop·a·thy also na·ture·op·a·thy \ˌnā-chə-ˈräp-ə-thē\
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