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Constitutional Medicine Part 2 develops a deeper understanding of the Lymphatic Constitution and it’s constitutional lymphatic subtypes (spleen, liver, kidney).

Every day we walk the path of our genetics, otherwise experienced as our inherited strengths and weaknesses. It is possible to predict how these weaknesses will develop as disease in the body. Constitutional Medicine provides the tools to prevent disease and interrupt disease patterns before they manifest into symptoms.

The lymphatic, liver and immune systems are foundational in constitutional medicine. Join Henrietta De Jong, RN, as she increases your understanding of the three constitutions (lymphatic, hematogenic, and dyscratic). She will introduce the constitutional lymphatic subtypes (spleen, liver, kidney), with a focus on the spleen subtypes: the lymphatics, immune system, and thymus gland. She will also discuss the concept of constitutional subtype shifting and how to address it with Homotoxicology. Henrietta will share tools to address the lymphatic/immune system and provide protocols to optimize patient health.

Practical discussion for:

  • Overview of Constitutional Medicine
  • Review of Constitutional Types
  • Focus on the Lymphatic Constitution
  • What is Homotoxicology?
  • Constitutional lymphatic subtypes: spleen, liver, kidney
  • Spleen subtype: lymphatic, immune, thymus
  • Protocols for infections and inflammation (ENT, sinusitis, tonsillitis, bronchitis, cystitis)