Episode 68: Dr. Barre Lando - Bioterrain Medicine
Dr. Barre Lando joins me to talk about his journey from the allopathic model of medicine in to Bioterrain Medicine. We discuss the causes of disease, the healing power of nature, how Bioterrain medicine can be used to heal the body and the environment as well as the importance of eating real food, modern agriculture verse permaculture and biodynamic farming. We also talk about his work at Alfavedic farm, structured water and the future of health and medicine.
After completing graduate studies in Social Psychology, he earned MICP certification from Stanford Medical School then attended Naturopathic College with a curriculum emphasis in Oriental Medicine and Classical Homeopathy. Seeking a stronger foundation in musculoskeletal medicine he completed a Doctor of Chiropractic degree graduating Summa Cum Laude and Kinesiology Diplomate status.
Dr. Lando is noted amongst his peers for his innovative clinical strategies, and developed an international following for people suffering from chronic degenerative conditions seeking his services as a Bioterrain Medicine and Functional Movement Specialist. In more recent years he earned his Master Gardener and Permaculture Design certification and presently oversees his off-grid medicinal herb farm, while teaching Biodynamic farming methods and Ionization Soil Analysis. Now retired from clinical medical practice he remains active in the internal martial arts, health consulting, creating formulations for his herbal company and developing innovative medical protocols based on the principles of Wave Form Physics.
Visit Dr. Lando's Website: https://www.alfavedic.com/
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