HPV and Cervical Dysplasia: A Naturopathic Approach (Woodland Health Series)

July 16, 2013 - Comment

In this up-to-date booklet, naturopath Dr. Jane Semple introduces you to the human papilloma virus (HPV), the symptoms it causes, its connection with cancer, and the vaccines and conventional medical treatments used to fight it. Looking at HPV from a holistic viewpoint, Dr. Semple offers a naturopathic approach involving nutrition, vitamins, minerals, greens, juices, herbs,

In this up-to-date booklet, naturopath Dr. Jane Semple introduces you to the human papilloma virus (HPV), the symptoms it causes, its connection with cancer, and the vaccines and conventional medical treatments used to fight it. Looking at HPV from a holistic viewpoint, Dr. Semple offers a naturopathic approach involving nutrition, vitamins, minerals, greens, juices, herbs, and other natural dietary supplements. The booklet concludes with a discussion of detoxification and the role of yeast in HPV, as well as natural ways to manage the symptoms of HPV and prevent it from developing into cancer.


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Julia Parete says:

Hence the great divide between allopathic and alternative medicine I fully respect and support naturopathic medicine as a profession. As a nurse practitioner, I frequently refer patients to the local naturopaths and acupuncturists for a more comprehensive approach to health care and for the issues that western medicine do not manage so well (there are plenty). I was very excited to find this title, and was glad to find many potentially helpful recommendations to give to patients with high-risk HPV and dysplasia.However, reading this mini-book brings into question all that fore-mentioned respect, as I find it irresponsible to publish medical advice based solely on anecdotal observations and 25 year old studies done with tiny samples of women. Worse than that, this book felt more like an advertisement for the ND than it did an objective review of the health issue with treatment recommendations. Statements like, “I have had 100 percent success in returning dysplasia to normal and keeping tissue normal, with supplements” is off-putting…

Lily Denike says:

Helpful book, but NOT written by a licensed ND Good book, but I was disappointed to learn that Semple is not a licensed and board certified ND, as she did not graduate from one of the approved Naturopathic Universities.For the Naturopathic approach by a licensed ND, check out Dr. Tori Hudson’s books.

jod says:

HPV guide Very informative. Useful information that can be easily understood to the average person trying to use supplements for self treatment of HPV. Effective methods and easy to find supplements.

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