Speaker: Jillian Stansbury, ND. Melancholy has been an integral part of so many lives this last year, often caused by the continual fight or flight effect of epinephrine on the nervous system. Increased adrenergic activity is manifested in tachycardia, diaphoresis, pallor, peripheral cyanosis with pallor, coldness of the extremities and deep fatigue. By toning the adrenergic receptors and damping these responses, these effects can be managed. Herbs can help bring light to a dark situation and offer relief. The therapeutic effects of mimosa, rose, St. John’s wort, rhodiola, holy basil and others are investigated, and recommendations on delivery systems and dosages described.
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Herbs to Improve Adrenergic Tone – Lifting Deep Lethargy and Melancholia
- Event: 2021 Medicines from the Earth Herb Symposium
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