An Integrative Approach to the Digestive System

An Integrative Approach to the Digestive System

taught by Thomas Easley

Course description

From the top to the bottom, this class covers all of the process of digestion including anatomy and pathophysiology.

In this series your learn about:

Cavities, infections and oral microbiota balance

Mucosal damage, mucosal vulneraries, nutrient for mucosal health

Beyond Betaine HCL: How to identify and correct stomach hypoacidity and hyperacidity.

Stomach infections including h-pylori

Small intestinal function and dysfunction, including detailed clinical protocols on leaky gut and SIBO.

The role of zonulin and vitamin d in tight junction function/dysfunction.

Leaky gut as a prerequisite for autoimmunity.

The six R’s for correcting functional digestive disorders: Remove, Replace, Restore, Repair, Reduce and Reanimate.

Large intestinal anatomy and pathophysiology. Including detailed protocols for dysbiosis, and the role of the intestinal microbiota in health.

Liver function, mechanisms of detoxification and nutritional and herbal support of liver detoxification.

30 herbs classically used for digestive dysfunction.


This module is 6 classes, averaging 2 hours each.

Class dates:

February 15th and 22nd

March 7th, 21st and 28th

April 4th, 2016

6:30 EST.

Thomas Easley
Thomas Easley
Clinical Herbalist

Thomas Easley is a Registered Herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild, co-author of Modern Herbal Medicine and the Modern Herbal Dispensatory and Director of the Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine.