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Greek Medicine - Unani Tibb:

Instructor: Vassilis Mavromatis, BSc, MSc

Matina  Chronopoulou, BSc,ND, PhD


Unani Tibb (‘Unani’ Greek),  (Tibb- from the Arab word meaning medicine), Tibb is also known as ‘Western Holistic Medicine’, ‘Greco-Arabic Medicine,’ or ‘Unani Medicine’.

Greek Medicine (Unani-Tibb), originated in Greece almost 2500 years ago, is a traditional system of medicine based on the teachings of Hippocrates (known as the Father of Western medicine), Galen (1st century prominent Greek physician and surgeon) and Ibn Sina (Avicenna – regarded as one of the most significant thinkers and writers in medicine and author of the most comprehensive medical text written – The Canon of Medicine).

From the teachings of Greek Medicine (Unani-Tibb), we learn that as individuals we must look after ourselves according to our temperaments  or constitution, aiming to keep our bodies in a state of balance and in doing so we are more able to counter the effects of disease.

Unani Tibb is a total system of healthcare, based on the original principles of medicine practiced by Hippocrates, Galen and Ibn Sina (Avicenna) the founders of present day medicine.  It includes the basic principles of modern clinical science, embracing both its theory and practice.  Tibb recognizes the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual origins of both health and illness.  It promotes the early diagnosis of possible predispositions to diseases, well before physical symptoms appear.  This prevents these diseases from appearing in a more severe form. Thereafter, treatment is integrative – combining various therapies in response to specific needs.  Tibb embraces a whole new way of looking at the body.  It considers our health to be the result of a natural, harmonious balance.  It believes that our bodies have a way of finding the path back to health.  Healing comes from within.  Recognition of this inherent wisdom to self-healing is essential in the treatment of disease and maintenance of health. 


It is a comprehensive medical system, which meticulously deals with the various states of health and disease. It provides promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative healthcare. The fundamentals, diagnosis and treatment modalities of the system are based on scientific principles and holistic concepts of health and healing.  Accordingly, it considers individual in relation to his environment and stresses on health of body, mind and soul. Temperament of a patient is given great importance in diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Temperament is also taken into consideration for identifying the most suitable diet and lifestyle for promoting the health of a particular individual, in spite of continuous neglect, this healing art is not only surviving but also complimenting other systems of medicine.

What Is the Temperament

Each Individual is made up of a complex and unique balance of humors (blood, phlegm, yellow bile and black bile). This delicate balance affects the individual on 4 levels:  spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical. It also affects the individual’s predisposition to a particular dis-ease. It follows that, when thrown out of balance due to our lifestyles, our bodies will be in pain and/or develop a variety of ailments/diseases.  Since every person reacts differently and has a unique temperament, an individual’s health must be assessed and addressed by the Practitioner, holistic, in terms of the six lifestyle factors.

  Unani Tibb  is presently practiced in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri lanka, Nepal, China, Iran, Iraq, Malaysia, Indonesia, Central Asian and Middle Eastern Countries. In India the system has been developed scientifically, nurtured and systematically integrated into healthcare delivery system over the years. Unani system of medicine also benefited from the native medical systems in vogue at the time in various parts of Central Asia. That is why this system is known, in different parts of the world, with different names such as Greco-Arab Medicine, Ionian Medicine, Arab Medicine, Islamic Medicine, Traditional Medicine, Oriental Medicine etc.

Six Lifestyle Factors

Food & Drink - Greek Medicine considers food to be the best medicine. Hippocrates is known to have said, ‘Let food be thy medicine and medicine by thy food’.

Digestion & Elimination - Poor digestion and elimination puts strain on the body and causes an accumulation of toxins. Alternatively, excessive elimination will drain the body.

Environment Air & Breathing - The air we breathe affects us daily and so the purer the air the better. In addition to this, whether we are breathing correctly will also affect us.

Movement & Rest - Controlled, regular and suitable physical exercise is vital in maintaining good health. Exercise should be chosen based on the suitability for the individual’s body type and needs.

Sleep & Wakefulness - Our bodies recover from daily stresses during sleep. It is a time for repairing, strengthening, rejuvenating, and healing.  As with all things, balance is important. Individual’s needs vary, too much sleep can also be harmful.

Emotions - Studies have shown that our emotional state impacts directly on our health. Unani Tabb helps us understand how to recognize and moderate the impact of emotional imbalance.










Part 1

-Introduction to Greek Medicine.

-Greek Philosophy and Greek Medicine. (Ancient times).

-The Hippocrates and the creation of Greek Physical Medicine.

-The two primary elements of life (heat-cold).

-The "method of opposing forces". (Analysis of the method).

-The five Idiosyncrasies or types (Sanguine hot, Choleric, Phlegmatic, Sanguine cold, Melancholic). Detailed analysis of Idiosyncrasies.

-Elemental Pathology (Heat-Acidity, Humidity, Phlegm, Dryness, Wind).

-The theory of the five elements (ether, air, earth, water, fire. The four Humors of the body. Sanguine, Phlegm, Yellow Hole, Black Hole).




Part 2

- Hippocratic treatment protocols (analysis of the method of opposing forces).

-The Philosophy of Heraclitus of the opposite forces.

-The circadian rhythms.

- Idiosyncrasies and disease.

-The methodology of the therapist. Restrictions on the Hippocratic method.

-The key to treatment (the eight basic assessments of Greek Medicine).

-The nutritional therapeutic protocols of Hippocrates (five elements, Humors, Idiosyncrasies, Pathology, body type, age, seasons of the year, weather conditions, daily routine, lunar calendar, occupation).

- Seasons and diet.

-The 24-hour daily routine and its impact on the human body. (Analysis of types-Idiosyncrasies in the daily routine of 24 hours).

-The lunar phases. (Their influence on the human body. The ideal way of life).


Part 3 

- The powers of food. (Food as the means of treatment).


-The eight flavors (sweet, greasy, sour, salty, bitter, astringent, spicy, sharp).


-Exercise as a prescription for treatment.


-Natural ways of treatment. Contact with the elements of Nature. (Earthing, hydrotherapy, thermal baths, aerotherapy, sunbathing).


-Breathing. Yoga and pranayama.


-Body type and food. Locality. Combination of therapies.


- Age and food. Change of diet plan.


-Contemporary nutritional approaches. (Blood Types and Hippocratic Methodology).


-Detoxification and cleansing of the body.


-The exact methodology of Greek Medicine. (Following treatment protocols). 


-Galen, the evolution of the Hippocratic method. (The philosophy of Galen, the Galenic medical system).

-Idiosyncrasies, divergent opinions and variants. (The Nine Temperatures of Galen).

-Homeopathy and Idiosyncrasies. (Mapa Mundi).

-Ancient traditional medical methods. (Ayurveda and Vitalism. Doshas and the three Equivalents of Ayurveda).

Part 4

-Unani Medicine. (The continuity and evolution of Greek Medicine in the Middle East and Asia).

-A philosophical view of Melancholy. Analysis of Melancholic Idiosyncrasy. (Melancholic Humor and Melancholic Idiosyncrasy).

-Psychological understanding and management of Melancholic Identity. (Diet, herbs, supplements).

- Exercise and lifestyle instructions for Melancholic Idiosyncrasy. (Herbal Remedies for Melancholic Juice and its Idiosyncrasy).


- Hot - Sanguine type (warm and humid Idiosyncrasy). Analysis, Pathology, natural remedies.


-Psychological understanding and management of hot Sanguine Idiosyncrasy. (Nutritional Management. Exercise and lifestyle management of hot Sanguine Idiosyncrasy).


-Additional treatments for Sanguine Humor. (Herbs and other treatments).

-Differentiation between Sanguine Idiosyncrasy and Pathology. (The difference between Idiosyncrasy and Pathology). 


Part 5


- Greek Medicine. Introduction to the theory of Humor-physiopathology A’.

-The 4 Humors of the body. (The basis of Hippocrates' theory).

-The composition and the Nature of the four Humors.

-The two methods of treatment of Hippocrates. (1st method of "Opposing Powers". 2nd method of The Law of Similars - Homeopathy).

-Human Pathology and Idiosyncrasy.

- The qualities of the elements, the Humors and their properties. (The qualities of the two dominant elements of Cold and Heat Pathology).


-Beneficial Moisture and Harmful Moisture and Useful Heat and Harmful Heat.


-Humor- physiopathology. The digestive process in Greek Medicine. (The five different phases of digestion).


-The digestive process and the creation of Humors.

-Humor pathology and chronicity. Humor disorders and digestion. (The field and the triggering mechanism of the disease).

-The different types of Humor disorders. The qualities of the Humors.

-Structure and positions in the body of the congestion and accumulation of Humors. (Diseases caused by the Four Humors).

-Stages and evolution of Humor Pathology. (The Humor Pathology model of Greek Medicine. The six stages of Pathology).

-Acute illness and chronic illness. (Treatment with natural medicines).

-Resolving Humor Disorders through Digestion.


-The course and absorption of Humors by the body.


-Disease and weather conditions. (The concept of therapeutic crisis).


-Greek Medicine and modern Allopathic Medicine.


-Conclusion: The Humor perception of human pathology.



Part 6

- Exogenous and endogenous pathogens. (Idiosyncrasy Disorders).


-Elemental qualities and exogenous pathogens. (The exogenous pathogens of the four Humors).


-Heat and Cold as exogenous pathogens. Humidity and Dryness as exogenous pathogens. Wind as an exogenous pathogen.


-Endogenous internal pathogens. (Endogenous Wind, Endogenous Cold, Endogenous Humidity-Phlegm, Endogenous Fire, Endogenous Dryness).


-The finding and the recording process of Idiosyncrasy /Temperament. (The complete analysis of the cases).


-Mental and material endogenous pathogens.


-Oxymel. (The traditional pharmaceutical drink of Greek Medicine).



Part 7


- Humor-physiopathology B’. The function of the human body.


-Digestion and pathology of organs.


-The 3 forces of the body (Physical, vital, spiritual).


-The four main organs. (Brain, heart, liver, genitals).


-The concept of Health and Illness in Greek Medicine.


-Galen and the spirit. (Galen's theory of the three different qualities of spirit). 


-Vitalism and life force. (The long-standing position of all traditional holistic treatment systems).


-The three phases of the healing process (Healing, regenerative, maturation phase).


-The ten properties of vital force according to the homeopath T. T. Kent.


-The mission of the therapist. (Analysis of the treatment process that need to be followed by the Greek Medicine therapist).



- Kirlian method and aura photography.


-Pathological syndromes in Greek Medicine. (Deficiencies, exaggerations, gaps, attitude).


-The pathway of digestion and the pathology of the digestive organs. (The alimentary canal).


-The route of the 4 Humors of the body.


-The four natural forces of Galen. (The force of attraction, the force of digestion, the restraining force, and the force of elimination).


-The phases of digestion and metabolism based on the influence of the four Humors.


-The organs of the digestive tract. (Mouth, tongue, teeth, gums, throat, esophagus).


-Stomach. The emotional and material Nature of the stomach.


- The elemental pathological conditions of the stomach.


-Stomach and exogenous pathogens.

(Herbs that balance the stomach).


-Spleen. The emotional and material Nature of the spleen.


-The elemental pathological conditions of the spleen. (Black Hole and spleen).


-Spleen and exogenous pathogens. (Herbs that balance the spleen).



Part 8


-Humor-physiopathology C’. (Digestion and organ pathology).

-The liver. (The main organ of the digestive process).

-The basic functions of the liver.

-The effects of the liver on other organs and systems. Liver and emotions.

-Pathology of the liver and Juices. (The two great enemies of the liver). 

-Exogenous and endogenous pathogens. Reflexive relations of the liver with other organs.


-The gallbladder.


-Choleric emotions and gallbladder.


-The pancreas.


-The duodenum.


-The large and small intestines. (Intestinal pathology. Constipation and mental burdens. Intestinal parasites).


-The anus. Hemorrhoids.


-The kidneys.


-The adrenal glands.


-Male genitals.


-Prostate. (Allopathic approaches to prostate cancer).


-Female reproductive organs. (Menstruation and lunar cycle, an unbreakable relationship)


-The four phases of the cycle and the seasons.

Menstruation. New Moon. Winter.

Pre-ovulation. Crescent moon. Spring.

Ovulation. Full moon. Summer.

Pre-menstruation. The moon in loss. Autumn. 


- Greek Medicine : Menstruation and Pathology. (Exogenous and endogenous pathogens. Herbal treatment).

-Climacteric and menopause. Physical management. Mental and sexual trauma.

-The brain. Anatomy. Features of the right and left hemispheres of the brain. (Physical management, herbal treatment).



Part 9

- Physiognomy.

- History Review. Ancient Greece.

- Optical recording and analysis. The first method of diagnosis.

-Development of a clinical eye.

-The handshake. The first contact of patient and therapist.

-General Patient Behavior and Idiosyncrasies.

-The posture and physical condition of the patient.

-The five different body types. (Inflammatory, cold-bloody, melancholic, hot-bloody, choleric).

-Evaluation of body language.

-Fat tissue and all five Idiosyncrasies.

-The complexion or the color of the skin and the five Idiosyncrasies.


-The face. The Spirit, the expression and the appearance.

-Idiosyncrasy and facial structure. Analysis of the five Idiosyncrasies.

-Evaluation of face color.

-The facial areas. (The forehead. The wedge-shaped cavities or (temples) The Eyebrows. The eyes. The ears. The nose. The mouth. The lips. The chin, the cheeks, and the jaws).

-The Hippocratic face.

-Nail analysis. (Signs, fungi, streaks, color, lunula).

















Part 10


-Tongue analysis in Greek Medicine.

-The tongue as an instrument of taste. The benefits of tongue analysis. (General theory).

-Hygiene and cleansing of the tongue.

-Analysis of the stump and the coating of the tongue.

-The photographic imprint of the tongue.

- Reflexive zones, areas and points of attention on the tongue. (Color, texture, shape, moisture, coating, coating thickness, cracks, tongue root, size). 

- The importance of weather and seasons in relation to tongue. (The relevance with age).


-The color of the stump of the tongue and its importance.


-The coating of the tongue and its meaning. (The color of the coating. Candidiasis).




-Language and all five Idiosyncrasies. (The size of the body of the tongue).


-The body of the tongue and its texture.


-Large glossy surface of the tongue. Dry tongue. Crumpled tongue. Rough and granular lingual surface.


-Lack of coating on the tongue. Cracked tongue. Stiff tongue. Big tongue or swollen. Short and concise tongue. Fine tongue. Soft tongue.


-Dental impression on the sides of the tongue. Blisters on the tongue. Dark color on the sides of the tongue. Intense redness and swelling on the sides of the tongue.


-Other parts of the body of the tongue. (Ulcers. Red marks. Divergent tongue. The sides of the tongue curved upwards. Shivering tongue).


-The colors of the coating of the tongue. (Strange coatings).


-Geographic tongue.






Part 11


- Iridology-Iridoanalysis A’. (Introduction).


-The ancient history of Iridology. 
(Holistic applications of Iridology).


-Eyes, the mirror of the soul.


-The analysis of the iris. (The colors of the iris).


-Greek Medical Iridology and the five Idiosyncrasies.


-The several schools regarding the maps of Iris. (Brain and iris).


-Iris marks and lesions of the iris tissue. (lacuna, follicles, crypts).


- The model of the illness in Greek Medicine and its relationship with the lesions of the iris tissue. (The six stages of pathology).


-Other marks and lesions in the iris. (Lymphoid rosaries. Bows or rings of stress. Scurf rim or dark bow. The ring of cholesterol. The ring of sodium. The ring of circulation. Radis solaris).


-Stains or scabs of the iris. 


-The autonomous nerve crown or collar.


-Cases of different nerve crowns or collars. (The square collar. The widened collar. The star collar. The irregular schematic collar. The closed collar. Collar prolapse. Beak collar. Balloon collar. The absence of collar. Double collar. Dashed collar. Intense white collar).


-The mute Iris.


-Signs on the autonomοus nerve crown or collar. (Heart, thymus gland, solar plexus).


-Irid signs in the area through the autonomous nerve crown. (The area of ​​digestion and metabolic process).


-The stomach ring. The absorption ring. Defects.


















Part 12



-Iridology-Iridonalysis B’. 


(the analysis of the Iris in relation to the method of “opposing forces”)


-The basic theory of Iridology.


-The separation of the symptoms of the illness from the cause of the illness.


-The method of “opposing forces and “against oponents”


-Inflamed therapeutic fibers of the Iris


- Injuries and surgeries.


-What does Iridology not show us.

-The time frames of Iridoanalysis and the overall analysis of the other two methods of Greek Medicine.

-The transverse fibers of the iris. 

-The signs and colors of tissue activity during the six stages of the Pathology model of Greek Medicine.

-The homeopathic theory of the onion 


- The hierarchy of the Iris. The map of Iris and Hering's law of cure. (Treatment from the inside out and from top to bottom).


-Mental diseases. The trigger mechanism and the tree of disease.


-Consideration of Hering's insight and law.


-The changes in the map of Iris after natural remedies.


-The combination of Iridology with other diagnostic methods of analysis. 


-Changes to the Irish map after natural remedies.


-The miasmas and the miasma Iris.


-Conditions of the pupil. Mydriasis, constriction, anisocoria. Central nasal displacement. Upper nasal displacement. Lower nasal displacement.


-Pupil's leveling. (Big or small pupil with a large parasympathetic area).


-Vaccination reactions in children and signs of iris.


-Heterochromia iridum. (Color and schematic heterochromia).



- The strategy in Iridoanalysis and the classification of the iris.


-The excretory systems of the body and their importance. (Kidney, bronchus-lungs, lymph, spleen, liver, colon, skin).


-The brain zones on the map of the iris.


-The spine in the map of the iris.


-The glandular system on the map of the iris.


-Evaluation and conclusions. (The large and deep image of the patient).


- Reflexes of iris lesions.


-A special case of a patient.


-Iridology, a short summary.


-The expression of Pathology in the patient.



Part 13


-Heart rates or pulse rates. Introduction(Historical review of the use of pulse analysis. Ancient Greece, Asia).


-The Nature of pulses. (Contraction Dilation).


-The technique of receiving pulses. (Spirit and root).


-The feeling of pulses. (Strong, thin, unstable, inadequate, hard, soft).


-The positions of the examiner's fingers when receiving pulses. (Intermediate position, wrist position, forearm position).


-The pulses of the instruments and their analysis technique. (Their three levels of sensation).


-What do the pulses of the instruments indicate?


-The 4 elements and their relationship with the pulses.


-The ten basic properties or pulse parameters.


-The Pulse Pathology.


-The Pulses and the five Idiosyncrasies. Pulses and Idiosyncrasy.


-The pulses of animals and the Idiosyncrasies of Ayurveda.


-The pulses through the methodology of Greek Medicine. (The 27 recorded pulses of Greek Medicine).


-The training of the therapist and preparation for the examination of the pulses.


-Classification of pulses.



Part 14


-The art of the Medical History. The Heart of the Diagnostic Process.

-What the therapist records in Medical History.

-The human patients and human diseases. (The treatment of patients and not of diseases. The difference between the approach of Greek Medicine and the Allopathic approach to treatment).

-The central point in treatment. (Therapist-patient relationship. The appearance and behavior of the right therapist towards the patient. The Hippocratic view).

 -The basic structure of the Medical History. (Recording basic data).

-The first image of the patient. (The body type, the Physiognomy).

-Recording of the main health problem of the patient.

-The continuation of the Medical Record after the main problem. (Auxiliary or secondary complaints. Medical and Family History)

-Recording of the patient's routine and lifestyle.  

-Humor-Physiopathology D’.

-The six main Living Factors: a) The living environment, the air and Nature-energy, b) the foods and beverages consumed, c) exercise and rest, d) sleep and wakefulness, e) management and disposal of waste materials, f) disorders of the mind and emotions.

-The four body wastes. (The metabolic byproducts. Sweat, gases, urine, feces).

-The Pathology of Humors and the causes of the disease in Medical History.

-The elucidation of the Idiosyncrasy.

-Regional and auxiliary information taken from the patient.

-Overview: The field of disease and Hering's law of cure.

-The big picture of the disease and the tree of the disease.

-The combination of Allopathic diagnoses and analyzes of Greek Medicine.

-Everyday people as potential patients. (The creation of a clear consciousness of "everyday" people).

-The holistic diagnostic analyzes of Greek Medicine.

-The process of classifying the Medical History information and underlining.

-What needs to be treated.

-Recommendation of the treatment plan. (Conclusions and analyzes).


Part 15



-The natural wonders of the Ancient World. 

-Sea Buckthorn, the ancient Super-berry.

-Bee pollen, the bread of the bee.

-Mummit, Mumio the black tears of the giants.

-Nigella Sativa, or black cumin and Melanin.

-Trigonella, Foenum-Graecum, or Fenugreek


-Barley grass - Hordeum Vulgare.


-Chios Mastic - Anacardiaceae Pistacia lentiscus Chia.


-Bones broth or animal collagen in powder-gelatin.


-The natural antibiotics of Greek Medicine.


-Coloidal silver, a powerful natural antibiotic.


-Grapefruit seed extract (GSE-grapefruit seed extract) ή (Citricidal).


-Therapeutic prepared foods. (Protein, fat, carbohydrates).


-Discontinuation of the diet. Acute disease phases. (Broth of barley, ptisan and millet).


-"Benefit without harm." (Analysis of this so important saying of Hippocrates).


-Analysis of the therapeutic use of ptisan. (The recipe for the ptisan).


Part 1

-Rhizotomy, Phytotherapy, Botany. Herbal Medicine, treatment by Mother Nature.

-Introduction(The four basic Pathology qualities, the four Elements, the four Humors and the five Idiosyncrasies).

 -Βrief historical overview of Botany.

-The ancient Greek Botany of Aristotle and Theophrastus.

-Natural Herbs VS Chemical drugs - part 1. 

-Categorize herbs in 4 levels. (Toxic herbs).

-The devaluation of mild herbal therapy and mild natural remedies and the adoption of toxic herbs by Allopathic Medicine.

-Botany Herbal Medicine and the use of mild herbal substances in alternative therapies.

-The basic principles of Greek Botany-Herbal Medicine.

-Natural Herbs VS Chemical drugs - part 2.

-The basic herbal actions.

-Greek Philosophy and Phytotherapy-Herbal Medicine. (Tropism).

-The method of opposing forces and its application in Herbal Medicine.

-The properties and flavors of herbs in Greek Medicine. (Weather conditions, seasons, age).

-The products of the plants used in the treatment.

-The classification of herbs in Greek Medicine. (The 4 degrees of Galen).

-The use of herbs and the treatment strategy.  

-Strong toxic herbs and their use.

-What needs to be treated firstly? Proper use of herbal medicine.

-The manufacture of herbs and other plant products.

-General advice on preserving and storing herbs and their products. 


Part 17


-The basic principles of Herbal Therapy. (The relationship of herbs with body humors, Idiosyncrasies and the four basic elements).

-The nine principles of Greek Medicine.

-The innate Nature of herbal medicines and the Idiosyncrasy. (The main parameters of the influence of herbs and plant substances and the four basic elemental properties: hot, cold, dry, liquid).

-The herbal medicines and the Galenic Degrees.

-The eight properties of herbs. (Light, heavy, smooth, rough, dull, bright, thin, thick). 

-The manifesto of hidden virtues or special powers of herbs.

-The case of the European Ghee or Ixus (Viscum Album).

-Theophrastus and the Eight Tastes. (a) sweet, b) slimy or greasy, c) salty, d) sour, e) spicy or hot, f) sharp, g) bitter, h) astringent ) .

-The four basic herbal actions.

-Dioskouridis, the Pedanios or Anavrazes. His great work: The classification and evaluation of herbs.

-Cathartic herbs with ascending and descending course of purifying. 

-Smoothing or Soothing Herbs. Dry or Acid Herbs. Spicy and Hot Herbs.

-Stuffing or squeezed herbs. The binding herbs. The Healing Herbs. Ηerbal Relaxants. 

-The choleric or bile ducts herbs. Digestive herbs.

-Ηerbal Antidotes or Mithridates. Stimulant herbs.

-Thoracic and Antitussive herbs. Reductive herbs or scrubs.

-The Lymphatic herbs.

-The Absorbent Herbs.

- Antiseptic or anti-corrosion herbs.


- Herbs for various organs and body parts.

Head. Head herbs.

Chest and Lungs. Thoracic herbs.

Heart and circulatory. Heart herbs.

Digestive stomach. Stomach herbs. Stomach Diuretic herbs.

Liver and Gallbladder. Bile ducts Hepatic Liver Protective Herbs. Aperitifs and bitter energy drinks.

Spleen. Spleen herbs.

Kidney cyst. Urinary herbs.

Genital system, uterus. Herbs of the genetic system.

Joints. Joint herbs.


-Detoxifying and laxative natural treatments. The five excretory systems of the body. Lunar month and detoxification.

-Herbs for Exogenous Pathogens. (Differential, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, inflammatory).

 -Inflammation and organ matching . (Head, eyes, neck and respiratory tract, stomach, liver, colon, urinary tract, joints).



-The expectorant herbs.


-Colon and laxative detoxifying herbs. (Mild laxatives, auxiliary laxatives, Oily laxatives, stimulant laxatives, remedial laxatives, strong laxatives, anthelminthic herbs).


-Adjustment and balancing of herbal remedies.


-The three kinds of Galen’s Spirit and the corresponding herbs. (Nerve and antispasmodic herbs. Stimulant, thoracic, spiritual, warming). 

-Galactogenic herbs.

-Menorrhea and female cycle. (Thymogenic, menstrual, hematopoietic, hemolytic).


-Rehabilitation Herbs or Supplemental.

-Stimulating tonics. Nutritional tonics.

- Herbs for the four Humors. (Blood, Phlegm, Yellow Bile, Black Bile).


-Herbal blood and Bloody Humor. (Blood tonic, hemostatic, hemolytic, haemodialysis, rejuvenating hematopoietic).

-Herbs for body fluids and Inflammatory Humor. (Water tonic, tonic for root moisture).


-Stimulating tonics or Energy tonic herbs.

-The Herbal Male Sexuality Tonics.

-The Herbal Female Sexuality Tonics.

-Nerve tonic herbs. (Adrenal tonic, mineral tonic drugs). 


-Astringent tonic herbs.

-Adoptogenic herbs.

-Animal natural medicines of Greek Medicine. (Human placenta, turtle shell).


-Milk products.


-Gland animal fluids. (Castor-castoreum, deer-musk, whale-ambergris, bone of Sepia-Os Sepiae).


-Bee therapy (Honey- water honey, pollen, royal jelly, propolis, honeycomb, bee venom).


-Mineral substances used in Greek Medicine. (Epsom salts, Glauber salts, potassium nitrate or saltpetre, Calcarea Sulphurica or calcium sulfate, alunite or hpotrium alum, baking soda or bicarbonate sodium, pink salt, borax, smithsonite, bentonite or clay, copper rust, lodestone, ammonia salts or sal ammoniac, sulphur, talc soapstone or talc).


-The principles of the formula’s plant composition. (How they are selected and by what criteria).


-Theriac Electuary or Free Beast, the well-known natural pharmaceutical formula of Galin.


-Rehabilitative, guiding, synergistic herbs.


-The main herbs, the supporting herbs, the auxiliary herbs, the guiding herbs.


-Analysis and precise recipe of the plant formula Theriac Electuary of Galin. (Uses and indications, dosage).




Part 18 

-Materia Medica Herbs. (The 25 main herbs of Greek Medicine and their exact use).


-Agropyron repens



-Astragalus Membranaceus






-Olive leaves


-Cardamon (Black and White Cardamom)




-Hawthorn (Hawthorn Azarolos)


-Black cumin






-Mountain Tea