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Notes ‘n Links – Wondrous Roots Radio – May 14, 2016 – Rebecca Montrone

Clinical herbalist Justin Garner from Sweet Flag Medicinals Herbal Clinic & Apothecary in Brattleboro, VT, rejoins Becky on WKBK, this time for a lively discussion surrounding

Holistic approaches to opiate withdrawal – as Justin says,

“I think there are a lot of people who don’t know they can take opioid dependence into their own hands.”

Included in the discussion but not limited to:

PHYTOCANNABINOIDS

Becky says, Nourish your ENDOCANNABINOID system – “endo” means you make these yourself – healthy human breast milk is sky-high rich with cannabis! – but you might not be making enough yourself, in which case God gave us plant sources to fill in the gaps:

Functional Interaction between Opioid and Cannabidiol Receptors in Drug Self-Administration  – The Journal of Neuroscience

Cannabis Use Reduced Opiate Withdrawal Symptoms – Thomas Jefferson University Study 

Why Cannabis is the Future of Medicine

Marijuana’s History:  How One Plant Spread Throughout the World

AVENA SATIVA 

MILKY OAT SEEDAvena sativa

KRATOM

How to Quit Heroin and Opiate Drugs with Kratom


Question

Then, call in with a health issue you are curious about! Justin and Becky will each take a “stab” at it panel-discussion style.  

We also thought it might be fun to explore further last Saturday’s subject SEX – and the widespread hormonal health problems affecting not only our ZEST but our overall HEALTH.


Today, in the “SPOTLIGHT!”   Spotlightdreamstime_xs_14777909

The oh-so-often prescribed PPI’scan these popular purple pills actually cause autoimmune illness??

CASE REPORT:  Client with long-term acid reflux problems prescribed proton-pump inhibitor OMEPRAZOLE develops mysterious rash.

“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”
— William Wilberforce

 

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