Dr. Zaklin earned his Master of Arts from Teachers of Columbia University and his Doctor of Medicine (MD) from the University of Virginia. He completed his training in Internal Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. There he studied Mind-Body Medicine with Dr. Herbert Benson and The Benson-Henry Institute. After serving on faculty at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Zaklin continued his work with Partners within the Spaulding Rehab network. In his current position within Partners he works with geriatric patients in Skilled Nursing facilities. He also maintains a private practice in Integrative Medicine and Cannabis Therapeutics in Salem, Massachusetts.
In addition to his formal training, he has also trained in integrative medicine, geriatric medicine, functional medicine, herbal medicine, energy medicine, nutrition, yoga, and cannabis therapeutics. He views the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) as a key link to understanding the connection between the mind, body and spirit. Utilizing his combined training, he partners with his patients in helping optimize their ECS and thus achieve a natural, authentic state of balance. As an accomplished musician, he has a particular interest in the link between the ECS and music.
In this week’s podcast we explore a beautiful marriage of medicine and plants and how when we honour the two together we have a greater imapct on our health holistically. Dr Zaklin is passionate about cannabis as a medicine especially when understood from the point of view that the plant feeds our endocannadoid system. He is equally passionate about the terpenese and he explains to use how they work with cannabis and with our body. He talk about how adult use is affecting the reputation off cannabis how we will use cannabis and other plants in the future as our daily health care.
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Disclaimer: The information presented in this podcast is for educational purposes only, and is not intended to replace professional medical advice. Please consult your doctor if you are in need of medical care, and before making any changes to your health routine.