Clara Sage Sartor, BSc

Naturopathic Student Intern - Fullscript

Biography

Clara currently holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematical biology with a minor in French and francophone studies. She is now studying Naturopathic medicine at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, where she works as a physiology teaching assistant and monograph writer. Clara is also enrolled at the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture to become a licensed acupuncturist. In her future clinical practice, Clara plans to focus on chronic pain, autoimmune conditions, and stress management.

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Research update: A randomized controlled trial on the effect of melissa officinalis syrup on patients with psoriasis
This article summarizes the research conducted by Yargholi et al. titled, “The effect of Melissa o...
Research update: A systematic review of integrative medicine and its effect on reducing opioid use for chronic pain
A research summary conducted by Hassan et al, “Does integrative medicine reduce prescribed opioid ...
Research update: A systematic review and meta-analysis of herbal treatment of irritable bowel syndrome
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What’s in Your Gut?: A Closer Look at Gut Bacteria
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Nootropics: Food For Thought on Brain Supplements
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SCNM’s Spring 2021 Research Night
The Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine (SCNM) Spring Research Night highlights their discove...
What is Traditional Chinese Medicine & How Does it Work?
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is a comprehensive and complex, holistic form of medicine that an...
Sage Benefits: Just a Spice or Something More?
Sage is a plant belonging to the Salvia genus and can be used to improve cognitive function, mood, m...