Speaker: Tori Hudson, ND The aging brain in the perimenopausal and postmenopausal woman comes with metabolic changes, neurotransmitter changes, vascular changes and more. All of these changes contribute to the unique role of hormones in moods and memory. Select botanicals have some very important impacts and implications in these changes and have a clinical role in prevention and management. Discussion includes indications and dosages for bacopa, saffron, curcumin, Saint John’s wort, gotu kola, lemon balm, and rhodiola, among others.
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Brain Aging in the Menopausal Woman: Effects on Moods, Memory and Botanical Solutions
- Event: 2021 Medicines from the Earth Herb Symposium
- Product Code: 21ME18
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