Forgetfulness, foggy thinking, brain fatigue, and mood changes… is brain fog a natural part of aging? We all have days when we can’t rise above the haze, but persistent brain fog can be worrisome. These symptoms tell us our brain needs more support.
Stimulants like caffeine help beat brain fog temporarily, but the results don’t last long. Before we know it, we’re back to where we started! In this webinar, we’ll learn how a holistic approach with the targeted use of gently stimulating herbs delivers long-lasting results.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Supportive plants that boost healthy brain circulation
- A special stress-busting group of plants that enhance cognitive function and modulate hormones
- The connection between your gut and your brain…and the herbs you can use to “reset” your GI and build your gut health
- Tonic and stimulant plants that support and boost brain performance
- The powerful role exercise plays in brain health
Using the tools and practices you’ll learn in this free webinar, you CAN make a huge, lasting difference in how your brain feels and performs!
Join us on Tuesday, October 25, at 6:30 PM ET. If you can’t join us live, the recording of this workshop will be available.
About Guido Masé
Guido Masé RH(AHG) is an herbalist and garden steward specializing in therapeutic herbalism and the pharmacology of plants and mushrooms. He spent his childhood in Italy, in the central Alps, and in a Renaissance town called Ferrara. After traveling the United States, he settled in Vermont, where he has been living since 1996.
He is a founder, faculty member, and clinical supervisor at the Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism, a 501(c)(3) non-profit herbal medicine clinic and school. He serves as an herbalist, principal scientist, and chief formulator at Traditional Medicinals, where he works on herbal teas, supplements, bitters, and tonics. He is a founding member of Railyard Apothecary (Burlington, VT), where he works as part of a collaborative clinical practice. He is the author of The Wild Medicine Solution: Healing with Aromatic, Bitter, and Tonic Plants (Healing Arts Press, 2013) and DIY Bitters (Fair Winds Press, 2016).
He has a talent for explaining complicated subjects in an interesting and understandable manner. He creates a bridge between the scientific community and the public, feeding both groups with practical information that can be used personally in the home or with clients in a clinic.