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CONTAINS INFORMATION & WARNING ABOUT CAMEL MILK!
Nike had two daughters before her son was born. When he was two, she questioned his delayed development. The doctors told her that boys develop slower than girls. When he later received an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis, she tried the DAN protocol, homeopathic treatments, and other treatments, including camel milk.
Dr. Dashore advises that camel milk should not be used blindly for a child with immunosuppression, autism spectrum disorder, or underlying conditions.
"It's a common misunderstanding amongst people that camel milk might be that the magic bullet," Dr. Dashore.
"Yea, I thought it was too! I remember the first day I gave it to him, and he reacted so much to it. It was like I gave him poison. Looking back, I can now say his body was not ready for camel milk at that time."
Another mom's overnight success story influenced Dr. Dashore to give Brian, her son, raw camel milk. Finally, after a year of dealing with several issues, she was willing to give it a try. But, unfortunately, Brian also had a bad reaction.
Despite the setbacks, Dr. Dashore decided to look deeper into camel milk. She engaged with a professor dedicated to researching camel milk and another scientist in the Middle East. She learned that "when there are underlying medical conditions that affect the immune system, you need to treat the underlying conditions before introducing the nanobodies that are in camel milk."
"It's why I talk about it in my conference lectures. It's great food, but it needs to be understood and used the right way."
Listen to the conversation of two autism mothers talking about their experiences finding treatments that worked for their sons and autism recovery.
Dr. Jodie A. Dashore, Ph.D. (Integrative Medicine), OTD (Neurology), MSc (Neurology), HHP, BCIP, CCH, RH (AHG)
Welcome to the BioNexus Health podcast with Dr. Jodie A. Dashore, who holds a Ph.D. in integrative medicine, a Doctorate in OT, specializing in neurology, is board-certified in Integrative Pediatrics, an internationally recognized pioneering clinician, registered herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild, and author. Her naturopathic journey began when her son, who was diagnosed with autism, developed a series of traumatic, life-threatening chronic health issues. For over a decade, she’s honed her skills to combine the ancient ayurvedic healing practices of her homeland with western herbal medicine that has helped patients in over fifty countries and recovered her son, who is on his own journey towards becoming a physician.
Master herbalist Dr. Dashore and guests explore and share information and stories about recovering and healing from chronic and environmental illnesses such as mold/ biotoxin illness, Lyme disease, autism spectrum disorder, fatigue, Crohn's and colitis, mast cell activation syndrome, PANS, and more.
The series shares the stories of hope and recovery from parents around the world.
Dr. Jodie A. Dashore coined the phrase Complex Autism when she began seeing more complicated pediatric autism cases. Over several years she unraveled her son’s complex medical issues, which presented as typical autism symptoms. She’s helped patients globally diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and had underlying Lyme disease, mold/ biotoxin illness, PANS, and much more.
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