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Healthy Microbiome

The human microbiome consists of 10-100 trillion symbiotic microbial cells. A number of recent studies demonstrate that external forces can alter the community of microbes located in the GI tract. Botanicals offer many important phytocompounds, which support microbiome health.* Phytocompounds impact the gut microbiome by encouraging microbiota diversity and colonization, as well as influencing the epithelial lining and intestinal mucosal health. This webinar discussed improving gut health with a focus on the following botanicals: Licorice root, Marshmallow root, Acacia, Triphala, Turmeric, Berberine high plants, Bitters, and more.*

Webinar : Cultivating a Healthier Microbiome with Botanicals*

View webinar recording. Recorded June 29, 2021. Presented by Dr. Mary Bove ND

Herb Research Reviews: Turmeric

This papers provides a summary of relevant clinical research, clinical application, and dosing and safety considerations for the following herb: Turmeric

A Research Review of Turmeric by Dr. Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO