Plant medicines hold unique promise and potential to help us meet the unprecedented demands of modern life. Chronic disease is on the rise, and life expectancy is falling. The demands of environmental toxicity, man-made radiation, chronic infection and stress place great demands on the bodymind. Immune and autoimmune conditions, cardiometabolic syndrome, diabetes, cancer, fatigue and cognitive decline are on the rise.
Today’s herbal therapy, based in ancient tradition and modern science, can help us not only survive but thrive in the modern world. Whole-food nutrition, as the foundational underpinning of all therapeutics, make herbal medicine more effective, and in less time.
This two-day training gives you the knowledge, tools and practical strategies for improving your patient care and outcomes with an integrated approach to blending phytotherapy and food-based nutritional support. Learn traditional applications and current research on how plant medicines can increase resilience and well-being for acute, corrective and preventative care.
Specific topics will include the endocannabinoid system and cannabimimetics, cardiometabolic syndrome, chronic inflammation, and more. You’ll receive invaluable insights on what really works in practice, from Dr Michael Gaeta, a successful herbalist and nutritionist with 30 years of clinical experience.
Some of the key areas you will learn:
● Health, resilience and the role of the endocannabinoid system
● Patient case studies, evidence-based research, and therapeutic herbal solutions, integrated with whole-food nutrition as its foundation
● Herbs (and their nutritional synergists) covered will include echinacea root, kava, green tea, turmeric, milk thistle, ginkgo, ginseng, Japanese knotweed root, black cumin, fenugreek, bitter melon, cinnamon, phellodendron, hawthorn, garlic, ashwagandha, licorice