Since 1997 Sabine Anliker has been working as naturopath. She has been specialising in Traditional European Naturopathy, Homoeopathy and Bioresonance Therapy and works in her own practice in Luzern (Switzerland).
In 2013 she finished her studies "Master of Science of Ayurveda Medicine" at the European Academy for Ayurveda and at the Middlesex University in London.
Ayurveda Medicine M.Sc. (Ayu),
Naturopathic Practitioner NVS, Homeopathy, Bioresonance
Büelstrasse 17, 6052 Hergiswil, Switzerland
Ayurvedic Doṣa teaching Vata, Pitta, Kapha The human body is made up of the five elements (Pañca-Mahābhūtas): earth (Pṛthivi), water (Āpas / Jala), fire (Agni), air (Vāyu) and ether (Ākāśa).... read more →
Ayur-Vedic Philosophy Ayurvedic medicine has its roots in the Vedic philosophy. To understand Ayurveda in its profound aspects, it is important to know the philosophical background. Sānkhya philosophy Ayurveda is... read more →
Many people are concerned about the causes and therapy of COVID-19 disease. How does Ayurveda medicine view COVID-19 disease? What prophylaxis and treatment options offers Ayurveda? Ayurveda is based on... read more →
(lat. Sambucus nigra L.) The elderberry (Sambucus nigra) belongs to the favorite plants of Paracelsus. It is one of the oldest medicinal plants and grows particularly close to dwellings. The... read more →
Remedies for healing (lat. Polygonum persicaria L.) Persicaria, also called peach-leaved knotweed or flea-knotweed, blooms from June to September and is collected from May onwards. The plant prefers moist meadows,... read more →