Daily Contest Saturday May 20
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Naturopathic Doctors are well versed in botanical medicine and can help choose herbs for you according to your health concerns.
Immune stimulating herbs help you mount an immune response and attack a virus in the present. These can prevent a cold or flu if taken on onset, or can shorten the duration.
Immune modulating herbs such as Astragalus and medicine mushrooms build immune cells to better protect you longterm. These can be taken for chronic colds, autoimmune conditions, or even cancer therapy.
Autoimmune conditions which are becoming more common, such as Crohns, Hashimotos thyroiditis or Lupus may benefit from other antiinflammatory herbs such as turmeric.
Dr. Karen Wallace is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor passionate about helping her patients achieve a healthy and happy life. Originally from Ontario, she went from coast to coast (and back!) to become an ND. She obtained her BSc in Biology at Acadia University, then went on to Vancouver, BC where she completed her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine at the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine (BINM). Loved ones and the friendly vibe of Nova Scotia has brought her back to the east coast to set up practice. She takes pride in taking the time with her patients to build relationships, discover the root cause of their ailments and educate on prevention and healthy living. She has a general practice with more of a focus on digestive issues, mental health, hormone imbalances and autoimmune conditions.
She holds a license with the College of Naturopathic Physicians of BC (CNPBC), and is a registered member of the Nova Scotia Association of Naturopathic Doctors (NSAND) and the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND). Please visit drkarenwallace.com for more info.