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Rob Santich

Rob Santich is a practising Naturopath specialising in herbal medicines and pediatrics.

He is the co-author of the recently published authoritative text “Healthy Children: Optimising Children’s Health with Herbs.

Aside from clinical practice, Rob is also a highly regarded herbal educator, lecturing in the USA and at the University of New England, Armidale, NSW. Rob is also a technical consultant for MediHerb.

Rob's Seminar Presentations

  • Phytotherapy for Children’s Respiratory Disorders
  • Fermentation: Humans & Fermentation
  • Fermented Foods & Gastrointestinal Health
  • “Nuclear Madness” - Chronic Low Dose exposure to ionising radiation (nuclear) and what to do about it.
  • Unique Australian Native Essential Oils
  • Shaking Medicine

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Rob Santichs' Books

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Healthy Children: Optimising children’s health with herbs

Healthy Children has been written with the special needs of children in mind. The benefi ts, risks and requirements for herbal therapy in children diff er from those in adults. This book outlines the key principles that govern herbal practice for this special patient group. A well-researched text, written by Rob Santich and Kerry Bone who together have almost 50 years of clinical practice, this book provides a comprehensive treatise on the common health problems encountered by children. Sound, practical information based on clinical experience as well as evidence-based research, provides a balanced and authoritative approach to children’s health.

NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF PHYTOTHERAPY
Tel: 07 4661 9653
Fax: 07 4667 0107
www.herbaleducation.com.au 

Rob Santich & Kerry Bone - The first of the new “Phytotherapy Essentials” series
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