Dr. Russel J. Koester is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist in Sebastopol, California. Currently, I serve as the resident acupuncturist at Sonoma County Indian Health Project. Herbal dermatology and immunology have really caught my interest in the last few years. Prior to coming to Chinese medicine, I was a performing musician and music educator in the Las Vegas public school system.
We address autoimmune disorder, behavior health, chronic pain, and dermatology.
Environmental factors, lifestyle choice and/or circumstance, congenital predisposition.
I often use medicinal mushrooms as an adjunct to custom Chinese herbal formulas.
Typically 1 gram per day for maintenance and up to 6 grams per day for chronic or acute conditions.
Yes, Chinese medicine.
I prefer Real Mushrooms in capsules taken in the morning with collagen powder and Vitamin C as a routine. I also use fresh or dried mushrooms for cooking regularly.
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