Safe Herbs for Kids
Parents want the very best for their children—and that includes only the safest, gentlest products for their health.* Herbs can be safe and beneficial options for a range of childhood concerns, from intermittent restlessness to occasional anxiousness, and can provide immune support to keep little ones feeling well in the face of challenges. Many clinicians ask, “ where to start and what herbs are safe?” This webinar will review current research into the safety, efficacy, and dosing of several kid friendly herbs including Black Elderberry, Echinacea, Ginger, Lemon Balm, African Geranium, and Chamomile.*
Webinar: Herbs for Kids: Safe, Gentle Botanicals for Clinical Practice*
View webinar recording. Recorded on October 21, 2021. Presented by Dr. Mary Bove, ND
Herb Research Reviews: Ginger and Lemon Balm
These papers provide a summary of relevant clinical research, clinical application, and dosing and safety considerations for the following herbs: Ginger and Lemon Balm.
A Research Review of Ginger by Dr. Tori Hudson, ND
A Research Review of Lemon Balm by Dr. Mary Bove, ND