We work with Indigenous peoples to help regulate the practice of Indigenous medicine.
We work with North American Indian tribes and nations in the United States; First Nations in Canada, and acknowledged Indigenous communities in Mexico. We assist these Indigenous peoples in the use of their inherent rights of sovereignty, self-regulation rights, and natural rights, as recognized in treaties, federal law, tribal law, declarations of the United Nations, and other bodies of law.
Medical doctors and other medical professionals are licensed by states or provinces. We do not regulate those professionals, and we do not challenge the rights of those governments to license who they deem should be licensed by them. We do not endeavor to work around other governments. We strive to work within the limits of laws made by, and pertaining exclusively to, Indigenous peoples. We limit ourselves strictly to the regulation of practitioners of Indigenous or traditional medicine.