April 30th, 2013 12:00 PM   through   12:50 PM
14500 Juanita Dr. NE
Room 186
Kenmore, 98028
United States

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Campus Kenmore Campus
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Jenn Dazey will lead a discussion on Pleomorphism - theories pioneered by Antoine Béchamp, and its foundational importance to the naturopathic principle.

Do you believe that environmental conditions such as temperature, moisture, and soil composition are important to the health of your garden? Do you also believe that the reason organisms are healthy is because they are well-adapted to their environments? Let’s discuss this important observation, giving credit to the late French chemist and biologist, Antione Béchamp, who first popularized this observation in his Pleomorphic Theory. This is the basis for charging natural living systems with the responsibility of cleaning up toxic soil, air, and water. Pleomorphic Theory is also the foundation of Naturopathic Principle, and explains how herbal tonics improve health and prevent disease.

Jenn Dazey, ND, RH (AHG), is a core faculty member in the Department of Botanical Medicine at Bastyr University and a practicing naturopathic physician. Admittedly a pleomorphist by hobby, she loves to study naturopathic medicine from all sorts of controversial perspectives, giving utmost respect to the terrain and its ability to determine the fate of any living organism.