When the Brain Needs Help
Some of the neurological chemistry involved in mood and occasional pain can lead us to a better understanding of the role of botanicals in treating these common conditions of the brain, which are both more prevalent in women. One in six people will experience occasional pain and approximately 350 million people have suffered from mood issues. Scientific evidence, central nervous system mechanisms and historical and anecdotal use were highlighted for St. John’s wort, rhodiola, lemon balm, ginkgo, black cohosh, devil’s claw, feverfew, ginger, turmeric and others.
Webinar - When the Brain Needs Help: Botanical Strategies to Support Positive Emotional Health and a Healthy Response to Occasional Pain
Download webinar Recorded January 10, 2018. Presented by Dr. Tori Hudson, ND.