A range of courses in Integrative Veterinary Therapies.

Cannabis has been integrated with human civilization for tens of thousands of years.  The naturally occurring chemical constituents produced by cannabis exert a profound physiologic effect on both humans and animals.  By accessing the endocannabinoid system within the central and peripheral nervous system as well as via other mechanisms throughout the body, cannabis has multiple actions including acting as an anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-neoplastic, and anticonvulsant, all the while promoting homeostatic balance. This course provides indepth training for veterinarians to be able to respond to client questions with a significant level of expertise.

This is a short course introducing Veterinary Bioregulatory Medicine and Homotoxicology, using case examples and remedies that vets can use straight away. This is a prerrequisite for further studies in Bioregulatory Medicine.