Restorative Medicine Digest

Spring Issue 2019

Dr. Jody Stanislaw Explains Why Sugar is Not a Treat

Dr. Jody Stanislaw is on the faculty of the Restorative Medicine Herbal Certification program. She will be sharing the best methods for managing blood sugar for type 1 and type 2 diabetes in her online webinar. She helps patients around the world to better manage their diabetes, and her TEDx… read more »

Interview with Urology Expert Geo Espinosa, ND

One of my favorites is curcumin and boswellia. I add in anxiolytic herbs, such as lemon balm, Melissa, Scutellaria, and magnesium. Notice how I've not said saw palmetto or any “prostate” herbs, because... read more »

Exciting Benefits of Lion’s Mane for the Brain

Kevin Spelman, PhD, reviews the active compounds present in Hericium erinaceus (lion’s mane) and explains how future research may prove these compounds help prevent neurodegenerative disease. Dr. Spelman is one of the expert faculty from the Restorative Medicine Herbal Certification program. Learn More Here: https://restorativemedicine.org/herbal/ read more »

Herbs for Chronic Pelvic Congestion

Mary Bove, ND reviews Mitchella and the best herbs to combine it with for women who suffer from chronic pelvic congestion. Learn more clinical pearls from Dr. Bove at the Restorative Medicine Herbal Certification program. Clinicians can earn up to 60 CME in this 80 hour program. More information here:… read more »

Chris Hobbs, PhD Shares a Treatment for Sinusitis

Berberine is a well-researched compound which has extensive clinical applications. Dr. Chris Hobbs shares a clinical pearl about treating sinusitis with berberine in his presentation from the 2016 Annual Restorative Medicine Conference. Dr. Hobbs is one of the expert faculty from the Restorative Medicine Herbal Certification program. Learn More Here:… read more »

Dr. Tieraona Low Dog Reviews Rhodiola and Ginseng for Women

Listen to a recording of Dr. Low Dog's presentation, “The Role of Adaptogens and Nervines in Clinical Practice,” presented at a past Restorative Medicine conference. Dr. Low Dog is on the faculty of the Restorative Medicine Herbal Certification Program, and will be presenting on topics related to women's health and… read more »

Interview with Dr. Mary Bove, Herb Program Faculty

Jen Palmer, ND, Education Director for the Restorative Medicine Herbal Certification program, interviewed Mary Bove, ND, faculty member. Here are some insights on Dr. Bove’s background and what you will learn in the program. JP (Jen Palmer): Hi Dr. Bove, thank you for being with us today! Could you start… read more »

Fall Issue 2017

Lyme Disease Testing: Why it Continues to Fail to Properly Identify Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is ultimately a clinical diagnosis, which is based on your symptoms and ruling out other causes of your illness. False positive Lyme tests are rare where false negative tests are common. read more »

Summer Issue 2017

Teaching Patients to be “Bodywise”

In our modern culture, with our ability to eat, work, travel and communicate without paying almost any attention at all to our body’s sensations, it is easy to forget that our body is constantly speaking to us. In the most basic of ways—sensing hunger, pain or fatigue—and in more complex “gut intuitions” about people and situations, our bodies “speak to us” all the time. read more »

Can Lion’s Mane Decelerate Alzheimer’s Disease Progression?

In the US, mortality rates from Alzheimer’s disease (AD) have steadily and significantly increased over the past 30 years. Despite this alarming progression, pharmaceutical research has yet to identify a drug which effectively halts this crippling disease. Research on Hericium erinaceus — also known as lion’s mane in reference to its shaggy appearance — has demonstrated unique potential to modify the progression of AD and other neurodegenerative disorders. read more »

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