Beginning in 1956, the year the Hippocrates Health Institute was established by Ann Wigmore (later joined by Viktoras Kulvinskas), we have worked on the conviction that given the appropriate tool and climate, our bodies are self-healing and self-restoring. That was a way of thinking rehearsed by Hippocrates himself and passed down to us today from this father of present-day medication.
As a fifth-century BC Greek physician, Hippocrates regarded the body all in all, not simply a progression of parts, and instructed a characteristic mending measure focused on a healthy, common eating regimen. He developed an oath of medical ethics that physicians today still repeat as they begin their careers in medicine. A significant piece of that unique pledge, written in 400 BC, peruses: "I will give no lethal medication to anybody."