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Use of Roots in Modern Medicine

From the Show: The Wizard of Eyes
Summary: Allan Tilloston discusses the benefits of using roots as herbal medicine.
Air Date: 2/8/16
Duration: 10
Host: Robert Abel, Jr., MD
Guest Bio: Alan Keith Tillotson, LAc, RH, PhD
Alan-TillotsonAlan Tillotson is a Registered Herbalist who has been practicing herbal medicine for over 30 years, and is a professional member (R.H.) of the peer reviewed American Herbalists Guild. He holds an accredited Master's degree in Asian Medical Systems (Goddard College), a non-accredited Ph.D. in Integrative Health Sciences (IUPS), and is licensed to Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Delaware (L.AC.). Alan is well known in America for his apprenticeship study of Ayurvedic herbology beginning in 1976 in Nepal under Vaidya Mana Bajra Bajracharya. He has studied and practiced Chinese medicine in detail working side by side with his wife Naixin Hu Tillotson since 1991.
Use of Roots in Modern Medicine
Roots are usually the most potent part of perennial and biennial plants.

They supply us with concentrated bioavailable minerals and nutrients that help heal illness by correcting nutritional deficiencies.

Dr. Alan Tillotson, a master of Western, Ayurvedic, and Oriental medicine, returns to The Wizard of Eyes to discuss the evolution of pharmaceutical agents from roots and botanicals.
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