Dr. Carol Explains How CBD Short Circuits Anxiety

Dr. Kenton Explains the Endocannabinoid System



Dr. Carol Gemberling Stewart

Dr. Gemberling Stewart, DNP, GNP, FNP, received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from U.C.L.A. in Community Health Nursing; Primary Ambulatory Care as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (NP) while working as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Pediatric Neurology. She received a certificate as a Women’s Health Care NP from the Harbor-UCLA Women’s Health Care NP program and as a Family and Geriatric NP from CSULB. She received her Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Wilkes University examining the impact of a mindfulness- based educational program on quality of life for individuals with Parkinson’s disease.

Dr. Gemberling Stewart has over three decades of experience as an educator of nurse practitioners and nurses and as an NP clinician in a variety of clinical specialties. She believes that there is a place for complementary integrative nonpharmacologic therapeutic options when managing a variety of acute and chronic medical and mental health conditions. She approaches patient care understanding the benefits of integrating natural therapies believed to have few, if any, adverse effects with traditional therapeutic options.

Dr. Carol supports hemp derived CBD.

Before using any CBD products, consult with your physician. CBD can be a supplement to your existing health care plan. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. CBD is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. This information is not medical advice. Follow the laws in your state, region or country.

Dr. Kenton Freeman
Dr. Freeman received his undergraduate degrees from Northwest Missouri State University and Park University in Science and Human Nutrition. In 1993, Dr. Freeman earned his medical degree from the University of Missouri. He completed his internship in internal medicine at St. John's Mercy Medical Center in St. Louis. Dr. Freeman completed his residency and specialty training in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of Missouri Hospital, Truman Veterans Medical Center and Rusk Rehabilitation Center in Columbia, Missouri, in 1997. He holds two (2) medical specialty board certificates; one in physical medicine and rehabilitation and the other in pain medicine. His sub-specialty focus is in electrodiagnosis and he has extensive training in manipulative therapy, as well.

Dr. Freeman holds several health care licenses and certificates. He has published papers and made many presentations as a guest speaker. He has also authored a medical textbook chapter on nephropathy and appeared on a television talk show.

Dr. Freeman is currently in private practice for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in Northwest Missouri.

Dr. Kenton supports hemp derived CBD.

This website deals exclusively with hemp derived non-THC CBD. In other words, CBD WITHOUT the high. This website does not endorse the use of THC or THC derived CBD for use or recipes.

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