Traditional Naturopath Podcast #33
The Traditional Naturopath Podcast – 33 – (06/30/07)
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Dr. Bill discusses the benefits of biofeedback, cinnamon, and echinacea, as well as getting into how to become a traditional naturopath.
PS: I “mis-remembered” an herb that I was “searching for” that benefits diabetics… I said Gotu Kola when I was really trying to remember Gymnema Sylvestre. Gotu Kola is actually an herb that fortifies the immune system and strengthens the adrenal system. It has been used to purify the blood and promotes healthy skin. It is a benefit to restful sleep and can be used to benefit skin inflammations, as a treatment for high blood pressure. Gotu kola has been referred to as “food for the brain.” It is an oriental herb that has demonstrated mild tranquilizing, anti-anxiety and anti-stress effects, as well as improving mental functions such as concentration and memory. It has a calming effect on the body and is chiefly used to support the central nervous system. These beneficial qualities make Gotu kola an excellent herb for children with A.D.D. because it has a stimulating effect on the brain that increases one’s ability to focus while having a soothing and relaxing effect on an overactive nervous system. So, sorry for the confusion!