There’s a rich, diverse tradition around the use of herbal products to treat female health. Meeting at the intersection of traditional herbal wisdom and more recent advancements in herbal science, this CD from medical herbalist Lee Carroll can help practitioners become a part of that tradition.
Bolstered by decades of clinical experience and research, Carroll has created a great resource for practitioners seeking to improve their ability to meet the unique needs of the women in their practice with a wide range of herbal and nutritional support.
Stress Response – Recent discoveries surrounding herbal mediators of the stress response as well as some of the dangers associated with it, including autoimmune conditions.
When Things Go Wrong – A general overview of common female health conditions such as fibroids, polycystic ovarian syndrome, and endometriosis.
General Female Vitality and Health – The best herbal protocols for keeping a healthy female healthy over the long run, including detoxification of the liver, general endocrine support, muscle support, hormonal balance, withstanding stress, plus herbal support for the upper reproductive tract, ovaries, and fallopian tubes.
Supporting the Thyroid – A discussion of the nutritional deficiencies that impact the thyroid, in particular a lack of iodine and selenium.
PMS – Great herbal support options for addressing irritability, fatigue, bloating, swollen breasts, and more.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome – Herbal strategies to help patients with polycystic ovarian syndrome, the most common endocrine cause of female infertility.
Cautions Relating to Pregnancy, Lactation, and Drug Interactions – A few simple guidelines that will help practitioners demystify drug labels and navigate herbal-drug interactions for pregnant and lactating mothers.
About Lee Carroll
Lee Carroll has a degree in western herbal medicine from Australia. As a leading member of the MediHerb team for over 20 years and Standard Process partner for 14 years, he’s helped countless doctors and practitioners integrate nutritional and herbal therapies into their practices.
Total Runtime: 1 hour, 13 minutes