245. Enchantment Of Western Herbal Medicine

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245. Enchantment Of Western Herbal Medicine

 

 

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PART I: INTRODUCTION, BACKGROUND AND LITERATURE
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION………………………………………… p1
Aims, question and objectives………………………………………….. p2
Thesis outline……………………………………………………………… p3
CHAPTER 2: A FRAGMENTED HISTORY OF WESTERN HERBAL
MEDICINE…………………………………………………………………p7
Orthodox and herbal medicine: a long goodbye……………………… p8
Herbalists defined by their medicines…………………………………..p9
British herbal medicine in harmony with nature
and with America………………………………………………………….p10
CHAPTER 3: A POLITICAL HISTORY OF THE PROFESSION…….p14
Herbalists in search of a (consulting) room of one’s own…………….p15
Western Herbal Medicine hidden by CAM, herbs hidden
by politics………………………………………………………………………………..p23
CHAPTER 4: The PROFESSION AND SCIENCE……………………p27
Journals…………………………………………………………………… p27
Pharmacopoeias…………………………………………………………. p31
Training…………………………………………………………………….p34
CHAPTER 5: PARADIGMS AND BEYOND – VIEWS ON WESTERN
HERBAL MEDICINE FROM THE SOCIAL SCIENCES………………p42
Mapping of practice……………………………………………………… p42
Paradigms and herbal knowledge………………………………………p44
Beyond paradigms………………………………………………………..p46

PART II: METHODOLOGY AND THEORETICAL UNDERPINNINGS
CHAPTER 6: METHODOLOGY – ARRIVING AT NARRATIVE……..p52
The appeal of ethnography………………………………………………p52
The difficulty of ethnography in WHM…………………………………. p53
Looking to cases, lists and walks………………………………………. p55
A narrative backbone……………………………………………………..p56
A walk through narrative………………………………………………….p58
Biographic Narrative Interview Method for data collection……………p59
From a happy semantic confusion to a research question………….. p61
Developing an analytical approach…………………………………….. p61

The herbalists…………………………………………………………….. p63
Selecting herbalists……………………………………………………… p64
Selecting and presenting cases…………………………………………p65
CHAPTER 7: ENTRYWAYS…………………………………………… p67
Visible Entryways…………………………………………………………p68
Hidden Entryways……………………………………………………….. p71
Crossings…………………………………………………………………. p72
A Question…………………………………………………………………p74
CHAPTER 8: CONCEPTUAL ORIENTATIONS……………………… p75
Max Weber, disenchantment of the world, and the profession of
Western Herbal Medicine…………………………………………………. p78
Bruno Latour, relational agency, explaining ‘hidden’ entryways,
and the disenchanting hybrids of Traditional Herbal Registrations….p82
David Abram and the senses of Western Herbal Medicine…………. p87
Bronislaw Szerszynski, enchantment and the axes of Western
Herbal Medicine……………………………………………………………. p89
Jane Bennett, modern enchantment and the sensual affective
energy of Western Herbal Medicine…………………………………….p91

PART III: CASES
CHAPTER 9: VISIBLE ENTRYWAY HERBALISTS…………………..p100
TE:…………………………………………………………………………………………p100
Entryways………………………………………………………………… p100
Like a GP, but more so………………………………………………….. p101
Like a GP, but less than………………………………………………… p105
Relying on (a lack of) evidence………………………………………… p106
Reflection on TE…………………………………………………………. p108
CP:………………………………………………………………………….p110
Entryways………………………………………………………………….p110
Chinese Medicine: the triumph of theory……………………………… p112
Always Vitex: the triumph of empiricism………………………………. p113
Side by side: Chinese herbs and Western herbs…………………….. p114
Reflection on CP…………………………………………………………. p116
EP:………………………………………………………………………….p117
Entryways………………………………………………………………….p117
Learning through challenging patients………………………………….p118
Green medicine – the triumph of empiricism…………………………..p119

Chinese Medicine – the triumph of theory…………………………….. p121
The safety of WHM, the attraction of Chinese Medicine…………….. p123
Reflection on EP…………………………………………………………..p124
JK:…………………………………………………………………………..p126
Entryways………………………………………………………………….p126
Hein Zeylestra and training: the rise of science and the
decline of Physiomedicalism…………………………………………………….. p126
The continuing influence of Physiomedicalism on JK
Proper diagnosis…………………………………………………………. p130
Three patients: ‘proper diagnosis’ and Physiomedicalism……………p131
JK’s Wood………………………………………………………………… p135
Reflection on JK………………………………………………………….. p137
Reflection on TE, CP, EP and JK……………………………………… p138
SB:………………………………………………………………………….p139
Entryways………………………………………………………………….p139
Orthodox, but beyond…………………………………………………….p140
Root causes – onions, triggers and kernels……………………………p142
Feelings for people and plants…………………………………………..p146
Reflection on SB…………………………………………………………. p148
FD:………………………………………………………………………….p150
Entryways………………………………………………………………….p150
Up against authority – professional life, Gerson Therapy
and statutory regulation…………………………………………………. p150
Finding home in a community………………………………………….. p154
A near-death accident, and knowing herbs differently………………. p155
A helpful tree………………………………………………………………p158
Wise woman versus professional herbalist…………………………… p160
Reflection on FD…………………………………………………………..p163
GA:………………………………………………………………………… p164
Entryways………………………………………………………………… p165
Transformative Energy………………………………………………….. p167
A herbalist in a GP practice and in a CAM practice………………….. p170
St Cuthbert and the pleasure of small signs………………………….. p173
Everything I do is herbal medicine……………………………………… p175
Reflection on GA…………………………………………………………. p175
MN…………………………………………………………………………. p177
Entryways………………………………………………………………….p177
Krebs cycle and Ayurveda……………………………………………….p178

Goethean Science: knowing plants……………………………………..p180
Goethean Science: knowing patients………………………………….. p184
A Goethean consultation………………………………………………… p185
Reflection on MN………………………………………………………….p189
Reflection on visible entryway herbalists:
the pull of enchantment…………………………………………………..p191
CHAPTER 10: HIDDEN ENTRYWAY HERBALISTS………………… p193
CT:………………………………………………………………………….p193
Entryways………………………………………………………………….p193
Professionalization and then de-professionalization…………………. p195
Pharmacology and psychotherapy………………………………………p196
A complex patient…………………………………………………………p200
Complexity theory………………………………………………………… p201
Reflection on CT…………………………………………………………. p203
RC:………………………………………………………………………… p204
Entryways………………………………………………………………….p204
Finding his Theory of Cure……………………………………………… p206
A priestly approach………………………………………………………. p211
Reflection on RC…………………………………………………………. p213
Reflection on CT and RC…………………………………………………p214
AF:…………………………………………………………………………. p214
Entryways………………………………………………………………….p214
Three Theories of Cure…………………………………………………..p216
1st Theory of Cure: working with physiology……………………………p216
2nd Theory of Cure: emotional causes of illness……………………….p217
3rd Theory of Cure: constitutional medicine and energetics………….p220
Spirit and a sense of place……………………………………………… p225
Reflection on AF…………………………………………………………. p228
BC:………………………………………………………………………….p229
Entryways………………………………………………………………….p229
Patients’ stories……………………………………………………………p231
BC’s stories: A bowl of water, Young maids, and
nonhuman communication……………………………………………….p235
A local knowledge holder…………………………………………………p240
Local medicine…………………………………………………………….p242
Reflection on BC…………………………………………………………. p245

KA:………………………………………………………………………….p246
Entryways………………………………………………………………….p246
Talking with Nature………………………………………………………. p247
Field-work………………………………………………………………….p253
Reflection on KA…………………………………………………………..p255
Reflection on hidden entryway herbalists: from spirits to physical
nature……………………………………………………………………………………. p256
The Push of Enchantment………………………………………………. p259

PART IV: DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION
CHAPTER 11: BEYOND CASES……………………………………… p262
Cases versus paradigms, history and the profession…………………p262
Herbalists and Western Herbal Medicine………………………………p266
Beyond the science/tradition dichotomy in Western
Herbal Medicine………………………………………………………….. p266
Enchanted trees and rhizomes in Western Herbal Medicine…………p268
Crossings and difference in Western Herbal Medicine……………….p270
Plants and texts in Western Herbal Medicine………………………….p271
The agency of herbs at the centre of Western
Herbal Medicine………………………………………………………….. p273
Herbs and Herbalists: each other’s convivial tools……………………p275
Enchantment in orthodox medicine and CAM…………………………p281
CHAPTER 12: BEYOND WESTERN HERBAL MEDICINE………….p284
The place of plants………………………………………………………..p284
Changing perceptions of plants in plant science………………………p285
Making room for non-humans (and even plants)
in the social sciences……………………………………………………. p294
Posthumanism, an ontological turn and Haraway……………………. p294
Plant persons and plant thinking……………………………………….. p297
Western Herbal Medicine: looking forward……………………………. p299

Appendix 1: BC on Gallant Soldier…………………………………….. p301
References…………………………………………………………………p305

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