Naturopathic CE for the Gastrointestinal Series

Licorice has been known for centuries to have soothing influence on the GI tract
Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra)

Distance Learning: Nine (9) audio recordings and one 137-page digital book of lecture notes for $75 ($105 Value). To receive naturopathic CME, purchase the recording series, save your receipt, keep a record of CME credits earned on this certificate. It’s as easy as that!

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14.5 total credits approved for distance learning for NDs by Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine (OBNM) and Arizona (SCNM): 12 general and 2.5 pharmacy.

The chart below shows the number of credits available for each lecture in the series.

Please note: The recordings in this series are selected from past conferences, so if you are a regular on our site you may have already earned CE credits for some of these lectures. Please check your records before ordering! Catalog number indicates year and conference (example: 15SW01 = 2015 Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine).

The information in this series is provided as a research resource for health professionals and is not intended to replace diagnosis and treatment by a qualified health care practitioner.

Catalog#Lecture TitleGeneral CreditsPharm Credits
19SW19Herbs for Restoring Gut Mucosal Health and Function Mary Bove, ND1.5
16MEGBPt1andPt2The Digestive System and Neurological Health: Healing the Gut-Brain Axis with Botanical Medicine (two recordings, Part 1 and Part 2) Jason Miller, DACM, LAc4.0
18SW23Demystifying SIBO (Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth) Katie Stage, ND1.0.5
16ME04Rebuilding Damaged Intestinal Walls and Treating Gut Permeability with Botanical Medicines Jillian Stansbury, ND1.5
14SWGIPt1andPt2
Herbal and Nutritional Gastroenterology (two recordings, Part 1 and Part 2) David Winston, RH (AHG)1.02.0
17VagusPt1andPt2Vagus Nerve: The Brain’s Effect on Immunity and Gut (two recordings, Part 1 and Part 2) Donald Yance, RH (AHG)3.0

Order the GI Series recordings and pdf here.

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