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Herbal Phytochemistry Research with Dr. Kevin Spelman

Herbal Phytochemistry Research was the topic when Ellen Kamhi Ph.D., RN, AHG-RH, AHN-BC interviewed Dr. Kevin Spelman

About Dr. Spelman

Dr. Kevin Spelman is a molecular biologist, phytochemist, clinician and herbalist who has worked with medicinal plants in the field, in the clinic, and in research models including clinical human trials and pre-clinical models. He has practiced phytotherapy at several clinics and was a co-founder of the first full accredited Master of Science degree in Clinical Herbal Medicine. 

As a postdoctoral fellow at the National Institute on Aging, he researched the molecular biology of brain and ovarian cancer. He predicted and demonstrated novel phytocannabinoid ligands from Zanthoxylum spp. Additionally, Dr. Spelman was a Marie Curie Research Fellow in the EU researching medicinal plants against malaria. His doctoral work connected metabolic and immunological function and elucidated a novel target for Echinacea spp.

Dr. Spelman has been an editor, reviewer and contributed to the knowledge base in Integrative Medicine with publications in JPBA, Phytother Res, Toxicology, J Chromatogr B, Anal Biochem, Int Immunopharmacol, Planta Medica, etc. Dr. Spelman also publishes an audio science journal The Spelman Report: PhytoPharmacology Review highlighting clinically relevant research on natural products. He also runs Health, Education & Research a consulting company for the natural products and cannabis industry.

Website: phytochemks.com
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To listen to the interview, click the player below. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please use the comment section under this post or contact Ellen Kamhi here.

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