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Learn about herbs that can alter brain chemistry naturally, and how to use them in mental health treatment, in this webinar by Orna Izakson, ND.

Orna Izakson
  • Presenter: Orna Izakson, ND, RH (AHG)
  • Webinar Date: August 17, 2022
  • Format: 1 hr webinar recording
  • Registration: FREE

Drugs used to treat mental health often have negative side effects including addiction, depression, suicide, seizures, sexual dysfunction, headaches and more. These medications do not restore normal levels of neurotransmitters, but manipulate chemicals in the brain. Instead of using drugs, there are herbs that have anxiolytic properties which can stimulate neurotransmitters and naturally adjust brain chemistry without the side effects that come from standard medications.

Herbal anxiolytics are useful as both standalone and adjunctive treatments for mental health diagnoses, such as depression and anxiety — and may already be in you or your patients’ homes. In this webinar, Naturopathic Doctor, Orna Izakson will discuss some common herbs in this category and review how, when, and why to use them in day-to-day care.

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About Orna Izakson, ND, RH(AHG)

Dr. Orna Izakson is a writer, herbalist, and an Alaska- and Oregon-licensed naturopathic physician based in Portland, Oregon. Her love of wild places brought her to plants and their medicine, which she now works to share with patients, practitioners and the public. Dr. Orna sees patients through her clinic and offers an array of options to help people learn how to take control of their health. In 2013 she launched the Traditional Roots Institute at National University of Natural Medicine, working to bring the people’s medicine back to the people. Over more than six years as its lead physician, her work trained hundreds of providers and prospective patients in the practical and profound uses of herbal medicine.

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