Managing Histamine Intolerance

$ 45.00 + GST

Referred to as ‘histamine intolerance’, the symptoms of histamine spill-over are seemingly random and often debilitating. The most common symptoms are sneezing, congestion, red itchy eyes, itchy throat and ears, but there are other issues that can happen throughout the body that you may not realize are related to histamine spill-over. This workshop will teach you how to recognize, manage, treat and prevent histamine intolerance in yourself and your clients.

DATE: Thursday, March 8, 2018
TIME: 7pm – 9:30pm
COST: $45 (+gst)
LOCATION: Blank Page Studio 1221 B Kensington Rd. NW, Calgary
INSTRUCTOR:  Jeananne Laing, ClH, MH, INHC

Description

Referred to as ‘histamine intolerance’, the symptoms of histamine spill-over are seemingly random and often debilitating. The most common symptoms are sneezing, congestion, red itchy eyes, itchy throat and ears, but there are other issues that can happen throughout the body that you may not realize are related to histamine spill-over.

This histamine spill-over occurs when the body accumulates histamine faster than it breaks it down creating the annoying and often debilitating symptoms. The severity of the symptoms will be based on an individual’s genetics and their current state of health.

There always needs to be a certain amount of histamine in the body and once its done its job is should be quickly degraded by adrenaline and/or two enzyme systems (DAO –diamine oxidase and HMT – Histamine N-methyltransferase).

Managing this condition is complicated by the fact that many foods, drugs and environmental factors contain histamine, block the enzyme systems and/or trigger histamine release.

This workshop will teach you how to recognize, manage, treat and prevent histamine intolerance in yourself and your clients.

This workshop is appropriate for anyone who suffers from seasonal allergies or chemical sensitivities, and for all health care practitioners who want to be able to advise their clients on how to manage this annoying condition.

Instructor Jeananne Laing, ClH, MH

Jeananne Laing is a Cannabis Educator, Clinical and Master Herbalist, and Integrative Nutrition Health Coach.

Through her Enhealthment programs Jeananne helps others regain and maintain health through the use of herbal remedies, nutrition, and lifestyle hacking. Jeananne is excited to now include legal medical cannabis as a powerful healing tool for her clients.

After many years of managing and teaching at the Wild Rose College of Natural Healing, Jeananne continues her passion for education as Co-founder/Co-Director at Lodgepole School of Wholistic Studies. She is a Cannabis Educator at Harvest Medicine Clinic in Calgary and frequently speaks on various aspects of cannabis and other herbal medicines.

Jeananne is a founding member and current President of the Alberta Herbalists Association. She served as a board member with the Canadian Council of Herbal Associations for 13 years (2005 – 2017.)

In 2017 Jeananne completed the Clinical Cannabinoid Medicine program at TMCI Global, The Medical Cannabis Institute and LIFT’s Retail Cannabis Training course. She studied nutrition at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, completing the Health Coaching Program in 2014. Jeananne completed the Wild Rose College of Natural Healing Clinical and Master Herbalist diploma in 2006 under the direction of Dr. Terry Willard, PhD.

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