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In truth, herbalists love to discuss digestive health. From what goes in to what comes out, we’re interested , observant, and talkative. Today, we’re talking with Howie Brounstein, an expert Western Herbalist, and Zoe Fallian, a Practitioner of East Asian Medicine, about one of our favorite topics–Poo. HERBS WE DISCUSSED:
Links to our Guests:
- Find Howie Brounstein at Columbines School of Botanical Studies.
- Find Zoe on www.eugenewellness.com or on Facebook as Annette Zoe Fallian or email her at [email protected].
Howie Brounstein is an herbalist and teacher at the Columbine School of Botanical Studies. Howie was the owner of Wizardry Herbs, Inc., a manufacturer of quality wildcrafted herbal products. This intentionally small-sized business supplied high quality bio-regional herbs to the local community.
You can find Howie at:
Facebook – https://m.facebook.com//groups/61443822120/
Annette “Zoe” Fallian, LAc
“I moved to Portland from Chicago in 2010 to complete a Masters program in Traditional Chinese Medicine. My plan was to stay in Portland for the duration of the program and then move somewhere back in the Midwest to start a practice. But Portland grew on me and I became part of an amazing community which would be very difficult to leave. So for now, Portland is home to me, my dogs Pasha and Anoush, and my cat Peeshig.
I am certified as a Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.) by the Oregon Medical Board and as a Diplomate in Oriental Medicine (Dipl. O.M.) by the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine. I hold a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine from the highly respected Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in Portland and a certificate in Asian Body Work (Tui Na and Shiatsu) from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago.
By understanding the unique circumstances and healthcare needs of each of my patients, I work to create individualized treatment plans to find and correct the underlying causes of imbalance in the body. Education and cooperation are essential in order to stay on the path of health and wellness.”