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In this episode, Dr. Jodie A. Dashore answers listeners' questions about managing Herxheimer reactions.
Learn the difference between a flare-up and a Herxheimer reaction.
What is Herxheimer reaction?
A Jarisch Herxheimer reaction is a transient clinical phenomenon that occurs in patients when the death of harmful microorganisms release endotoxin-like products in the body during antimicrobial treatment.
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.
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