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Old 06-30-2010, 01:06 AM
Location: Virginia
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Alternative medicines are taking momentum nowadays and more and more people are using treatments other than allopathic treatments for various ailments. This is not surprising as we see medical expenses are soaring like never before. If you want a treatment even for a small health problem, you have to spend a fortune for that. Moreover, while deceiving advertisements for medicines that never work, people are trying to find alternative routes to health.

There are many natural therapies, effective at handling various diseases that allopathic treatments cant cure. Though regular physicians are taught to ridicule alternative treatments as ineffective and waste of time, its for the people to experience the benefits these medicines provide. One of which is color therapy. Experts believe that colors play an important role in the way we behave. They say colors control our minds and we emanate different behaviors when we see different colors.
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