Archive for September 2019

Nicolette Perry has a PhD in pharmacognosy from King’s College London and has researched and published on medicinal plants for the brain. Her research into sage for Alzheimer’s disease triggered a move to research central nervous system plants at Newcastle University. Her long-term interest, beginning with a degree in biology on health and disease, is in the science behind the use of plants for health, with a particular focus on aromatic plants for the brain. She is director of Dilston Physic Garden, a nonprofit established for education in medicinal plants, where she runs workshops, organizes talks on plants for health, and teaches on the Foundation in Plant Medicine. She is keen to convey the science behind plants as herbal medicines, particularly for their preventative role and as an adjunct to mainstream medicine. Today we will review her book, YOUR BRAIN ON PLANTS.  Contact:
Dr. Eugene Zampieron, ND,, interviews Dr. Sandy Milgraum, MD. Dr. Milgraum is a Clinical Associate Professor of Dermatology, Rutgers Medical School and is the Head of Pediatric Dermatology. He attended the  University of Western Australia Medical School and graduated  in 1977. On todays show, Dr. Milgraum will discuss the safety and efficacy of using natural interventions for skin health, including oil of oregano that is available as a water based applicant.

 Dr. Eugene Zampieron, , interviews Gary Wagman, Ph.D., L.Ac.. Dr Wagman is an acupuncturist and doctor of Oriental Medicine. He was the first foreign student at the Daejeon University of Oriental Medicine in South Korea and lived in Asia for more than 8 years. The founder of Harmony Clinic and the American Institute of Korean Medicine, he lives in Portland, Oregon. Today we will be discussing concepts in his new book,Yin Yang Balance for Menopause: The Korean Tradition of Sasang Medicine.


Applying the ancient Korean art of Sasang medicine to the major life transition of menopause, Gary Wagman, Ph.D., L.Ac. explores how each of the four Sasang body types has its own unique menopausal challenges and details body-type specific herbal remedies for common symptoms in his new book, Yin Yang Balance for Menopause: The Korean Tradition of Sasang Medicine.     

This book investigates an effective way of smoothly navigating through menopause.


Gary Wagman, PhD, LAc
Harmony Acupuncture & Herbs, Doctor
American Institute of Korean Medicine, Founder

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