What Is OPTM HealthCare ?
This method avoids the use of synthetic chemical that influences a huge list of side effects and damage organs. The main idea behind our organic treatment is zero side effects that we have proved over 25 years of research globally
Is a form of medical treatment which relies on the use of plants, either whole or in the form of prepared extracts and essences. For thousands of years, plants were a primary source of therapeutic medication for cultures all over the world. However, plants still have a very important place in medicine, and they will continue to do so well into the foreseeable future.
1. Tending to heal or restore to health
2. relating to or involved in therapy
It is a holistic and independent system of treatment with its own philosophy, pharmacy, pharmacopoeia and examination procedures
The Organic Phyto Therapeutic Method (OPTM) is a comprehensive pain management programme to attain optimum health and wellness based on holistic study of human cell activites. It consists of
1) AG Electro Pulse Therapy
2) Detoxification Therapy
3) Nutrition and Scientific Diet Therapy
4) Counselling and Phycho Therapy.
OPTM adopts the Organic Phyto - Therapeutic Method of treatment (from which we get our company name OPTM) to attain optimum wellness based on principles identified through extensive research on human cells, their characteristics, activities and the process and technique of rejuvenation of cells, without the use of synthetic drugs or any surgical intervention, to cure a patient naturally without any side effects.
What is Phytomedicine ?
Phytomedicine is modern and science based herbal medicine at its very best.
Phytomedicine applies scientific research and the highest professional standards to the practice of herbal medicine. It takes its name from the word used in other parts of Europe, where plant based medicines continue to be provided by doctors and pharmacists as 'phytomedicines'. .
Phytomedicine encourages and adapts to a recent worldwide growth in scientific information on plant drugs and their effective and safe use. The methods used to evaluate plant based medicines are similar to those used by orthodox medicine. Yet, a herb contains many active chemicals, unlike conventional drugs, which focus on specific chemicals. Hence botanical or herbal medicines may combine several actions to support the body's health.
Botanical drugs are safe for allconditions. The increase in clinical trials in this area has helped to include these compounds in evidence-based practice. Section 12 (1) of the 1968 Medicines Act permits Phytotherapists to make and dispense herbal remedies to individual patients following a consultation.
Phytomedicine, also called Botanical/Plant Medicine, differs from Chinese Herbalism. Phytotherapists use medicinal plants, which grow mainly in the western hemisphere, and do not combine their therapy with acupuncture. The word 'phyto' derives from the Greek work plant; hence it means plant based medicine. Phytomedicine is rooted in scientific research and therefore not to be confused with homeopathy.
The history of Phytomedicine
Phytomedicine is based on the oldest and most universal system of medicine. Every early civilisation used plants as their main source of medicine, and most of the world's population still rely on them today.
Botanical medicines, as made by phytotherapists, are derived from specific parts of a plant species such as:
1) Aerial parts
These crude plant material is extracted by the phytotherapist for their active constituents (phytochemicals) with various prescribed methods.
Depending on the patient's condition or the plant chemistry, infusions, decoctions, tablets, capsules, pessaries, creams, gels, vinegars, ointments or poultices are made and prescribed by the phytotherapist for his/her patient.
How does Phytomedicine work ?
In Phytomedicine, plant medicines are selected to stimulate or strengthen the body's own functions and immune system, hence support the body to restore itself to health. The phytotherapist approaches each patient as a unique individual in making a diagnosis and assessing his or her needs
What happens in OPTM consultation ?
During the first consultation, the practitioner assesses the person as a whole. A detailed medical history will be taken, such as lifestyle, diet and any other underlying causes, rather than focusing only on the symptoms or disease. If and when required the patient is made to consult with Dr. Ganguly.
Investigations such as blood pressure readings, urine tests or other physical examination may be done.
The findings will help make a diagnosis from which an individual management plan is adopted.
In what form do I take the herbal medicine ?
At the end of the consultation, a herbal prescription may be prepared by our own pharmacy. The medicine can be in the form of tea, powder, lotion, ointment or cream for topical use.
Can herbs be taken alongside my doctor's prescription ?
Practitioners are trained to work with doctor's prescriptions, so your herbal medicines will be chosen to avoid interaction with any current medication. Follow-up appointments at regular intervals will be made to monitor your progress and adjust either your management plan or herbal prescription.
Is your protocol suitable for children ?
Herbal medicine is appropriate for babies and children as it is a gentle form of medicine that supports their developing body systems.