Ontario Herbalists Association

Promoting safe & natural healing with plants since 1982

There are many herbs that can be used to treat or prevent chronic and acute gastrointestinal conditions, including inflammatory bowel disease, SIBO, constipation, and digestive enzyme deficiency. Learn how to use herbs — including berberine, peppermint, and lemon balm — to offer relief to your patients who are suffering from GI problems, by attending the 2020 Toronto Restorative Medicine Conference on Saturday, February 8.

At this year’s conference, Mary Bove, ND will be providing a three-hour intensive course in Restorative Botanical Medicine Gastroenterology. Dr. Bove will explain the herbal mechanism of action, active constituents, dosage, contraindications, and review of safety issues for each herb. Relevant research studies will be reviewed and critically evaluated. Clinical applications for reviewed herbs will be presented, along with specific lifestyle and diet recommendations which should be implemented.

Dr. Bove is former chair of botanical medicine and midwifery at Bastyr University and author of The Encyclopedia of Natural Healing for Infants and Children.

Get up to date on herbal medicine research and expand your knowledge of how herbs can be used in safely treating a wide range of gastrointestinal disorders, by registering to attend the 2020 Toronto Restorative Medicine Conference.

https://restorativemedicine.org/product/2020-toronto-regional-conference/

Registration fee of $225 CAD or $175 USD includes up to 12 CEU credits (pending CONO approval), electronic download of conference proceedings, and a networking reception.

Location: The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine is at 1255 Sheppard Ave East in North York, conveniently located just off Highway 401 at the Leslie Street exit and adjacent to the Leslie subway stop.

Click here for conference schedule and other details. https://restorativemedicine.org/conferences/2020-toronto-regional-conference/2020-toronto-regional-conference-schedule/