Living Tradition, Modern Life.

Carrie Demers
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Honesdale, Pennsylvania (PA)

About Me

Board-certified in internal medicine, Carrie Demers, MD, is a holistic physician who blends modern medicine with traditional approaches to health. After receiving her medical degree from the University of Cincinnati, Dr. Demers went on to study massage, homeopathy, nutrition, herbal medicine, yoga, and ayurveda. She has been the Director of the Himalayan Institute Total Health Center for the last 16 years. Widely recognized for her expertise, Dr. Demers has been interviewed by numerous magazines and newspapers and lectures nationally on holistic health and ayurveda. She is a frequent contributor to Yoga International.

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about 6 months ago


Published an article

about 6 months ago


Published an article

about 6 months ago


Published an article

about 7 months ago


Commented on Article

Dear Susan Triphala is a rare combination of herbs that are nourishing even while being cleansing. So it is not harmful to take steadily for months and years. However, to get the most benefit from it, you might want to give yourself 2-3 weeks off every quarter. Herbalists generally agree that your body sees the herb anew after a sabbatical. Also – to support your digestive system’s health through chemo, you might also consider asking your doctor about using a high-quality probiotic (“good bacteria”) for 2 months on, 2 months off (no exact recipe here).

about 1 year ago


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