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MEDICAL CANNABIS: Clinical Applications with Jody Noé :: Friday, March 1st
Cannabis has been found to help with a plethora of disease states and symptoms related to poor health & outcomes. This 3 hour class will help the learners to understand the biochemistry of cannabinoids and the human endocannabinoid system. Also discussed will be the different species of the genus cannabis as well as the specific indications.  The learner will be introduced to edible vs the combusted medicines & the difference half -life of these applications. As well as the specific indications of how this plant medicine can be applied to different health strategies. Follow this link for the Facebook event page >>>​
WHEN: Friday, March 1st 6:30-9:30pm
WHERE: 2520 Central Ave. St. Petersburg, FL 33712

Welcoming Dr. Jody Noé to Traditions! 

The Endocrine Response to an Impending Nuclear War with Dr. Jody Noé :: 2 day intensive :: Sat/Sun, March 2-3 :: 10am-5pm both days
ALL THINGS ENDOCRINE: The Endocrine system is the Total Response system of our interactions with the outer and inner worlds or our Beings. This 2 day intensive will discuss in depth the function, dysfunctions, diseases and treatments of this intricate system using herbal medicine strategies. The Endocrine Triad: Pituitary, Thyroid and Adrenals will be discussed in the intricate feedback loops of regulation as well as the reproductive Triad: Maiden, Mother, Crone; the female as well as the male reproductive life cycle. The class will start at the hippocampus/hypothalamus in the brain and work our way down the body to the reproductive organs —Top to Bottom.
WHEN: Saturday-Sunday, March 2-3rd, 10am-5pm both days
WHERE: 2520 Central Ave. St. Petersburg, FL 33712
REGISTRATION: $250 or $150/day.
Current Traditions Students: $225 or $125/day.
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About Dr. Jody Noé 

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Dr. Jody E. Noé, MS, ND, is a licensed naturopathic physician with over 23 years experience and a practicing herbalist for over 30. Dr. Noé obtained her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. Prior to this she was awarded her Masters of Science in Botany, with a specialty in ethnobotany, and a Bachelors of Science/Premed from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia. Dr. Noé is the author of the Textbook of Naturopathic Integrative Oncology, CCNM Press, 2012; The Essentials for the Herbalist Series, Volume I, The Endocrine System for Herbalists 2nd Edition, self-published 2018. Throughout her career Dr. Noé has authored several scholarly publications in the following: the Journal of Naturopathic Medicine, the Journal of Integrative Cancer Therapies, Mycologia, Ethnomedicine and Drug Discovery, just to mention a few.

Dr. Noé currently serves as adjunct faculty to the University Of Bridgeport College Of Naturopathic Medicine in Connecticut and is the founder of the Integrative Oncology Clinic at UBCNM, as well as serving as the Chair of Botanical Medicine during her 7 year tenure. She continues to serve as faculty to several Universities, colleges, herbal schools and conferences as an internationally known educator in her area of expertise. Dr. Noé also served as a senior staff physician at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where she oversaw the naturopathic residency education and clinic, as well as research and publications. She was the primary investigator and author of a Phase III clinical trial on glutamine used adjunctively in cancer therapy. Dr. Noé served as a founding board member of the Naturopathic Oncology Association and the Botanical Medicine Academy, and a founding member of the Society of Integrative Oncology. She is president emeritus for both the Vermont and Oklahoma Associations of Naturopathic Physicians, and has sat on many cooperative boards and organizations in the communities she has inhabited. Dr. Noé also trained in her traditional Cherokee Medicine way and has worked as a traditional healer as well as Diabetic Coordinator and Naturopathic Physician for the Mashantucket Pequot tribe on their reservation within the Federal SDPI program. Her specialty training with her Elders in herbal medicines philosophy, psychology and spirituality has made her a leader in the field of integrative medicine. Her background as a clinical researcher, scientist and ethnobotanist adds a dimension of knowledge to her training that makes her unique and a leading educator in her field.Dr. Noé has been allied with Cannabis since the mid-1970s, and using Cannabis medicines with people since 1980, during the time of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. She worked within her own community’s epidemic at that time with plant medicines and Cannabis being used conjunctively to help with symptomology and the debilitating coinfections and disease associated with people suffering from AIDS. During this plague she was a part of an underground support network created for people with AIDS to obtain Cannabis medicines when they were illegal and hard to find species specifically needed by these individuals. She was also a part of the network making these medicines into different forms and delivery systems for specific effects in people living with AIDS. When Dr. Noé was deciding on medical schools, she chose Bastyr because of its Healing Aids Research Project I and II and was awarded a scholarship and research assistant position on the HARP project under the direction of Dr. Leanna Standish. During this period of the early 1990’s, she also worked in Seattle as part of another underground network making Cannabis medicines and using these medicines to help people living with AIDS and cancer. Dr. Noé continues to use Cannabis medicines clinically in her current practice, Natural Family Health & Integrative Medicine, LLC, 82 Norwich-Westerly Road, North Stonington, CT. Her practice in Connecticut has a predominance of patients with cancer using integrative strategies to treat and heal from cancer; naturopathic, herbal and Cannabis being the strategic targeted therapies to achieve this effect. Dr.Noé was one of the first lecturers to teach about this important medicine to be used clinically, and how to use it, calling on her decades of experience with the plant, to tailor the plant prescription and specific species recommendations.