Webinar: Boosting Brain Function with Herbs - The Latest Findings

Prof. Kerry Bone

Thursday, January 21, 2021
6:30 PM-8:00 PM

Webinar

Add to Calendar 01/21/2021 06:30:00 PM 01/21/2021 08:00:00 PM Webinar: Boosting Brain Function with Herbs - The Latest Findings

Kerry Bone will discuss multiple herbs and herbal combinations that have demonstrated therapeutic benefits for improving brain health, enhancing mental clarity, and supporting healthy cognitive function in both the young and old.

Webinar

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Cognitive challenges are a source of major health problems in the USA and include a group of marked symptoms that occur when brain cells stop working properly. These symptoms involve memory problems, trouble learning new things, difficulty concentrating, or making decisions, confusion and mood changes, and can greatly affect a person’s ability to carry out daily activities. 

 

In this Zoom call, Kerry will discuss multiple herbs and herbal combinations that have demonstrated therapeutic benefits for improving brain health, enhancing mental clarity, and supporting healthy cognitive function in both the young and old. He will review current research and also share his valuable clinical insights, that will improve health outcomes for your patients.

 

Participants are invited to submit questions before and during the call to ensure an interactive, productive discussion.

Registration

IMPORTANT! REGISTRATION CLOSES AT 12:00 PM THE DAY OF THE WEBINAR

Please note: This is a complimentary webinar is for those with a Standard Process account in the territory of Standard Process Nutrition Northeast ONLY (CT, RI, PR, USVI and MA Counties: Barnstable, Bristol, Dukes, Nantucket, Nolfolk, Plymouth, Suffolk & Worcester). 

  Registration Fee
Registration Fee $20.00
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For example, if you are a chiropractor, acupuncturist, medical professional, staff member, or spouse.
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Kerry Bone Kerry Bone, BSc (Hons), Dip Phyto, FNIMH, FNHAA, MCPP, FANTA

Professor Kerry Bone is a practicing herbalist, co-founder and head of Research and Development at MediHerb, and Principal of the Australian College of Phytotherapy. He was also recently appointed Adjunct Professor at the New York Chiropractic College.

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