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Forget everything you think you know about Asperger’s and ADHD – let’s look at this another way. The idea that we can think with our hearts is no longer just a metaphor, but is, in fact, a very real phenomenon. Molecular biologists have discovered that the heart is the body’s most important endocrine gland.
Neurocardiologists have found that 60 to 65% of the cells of the heart are actually neural cells, not muscle cells as was previously believed. If you google “gut-brain axis”, you’ll find a very enormous pile of similar statements about the neural plexus in your guts. All three brains are critical, and in order for us to be healthy, they need to be in some sort of balance, which may not be equal! While we’re here, let’s also acknowledge that this balance is not one single point, but instead a range: people who are balanced more in favor of the gut will have particular talents in certain areas – perhaps they will be better at making very quick decisions or handling emergency situations. Relevant to our discussion, we can consider neuro-normative, or socio-normative, or culturally normative – each of these describes a state that is considered normal or appropriate by society in this moment in this location, but that norm is volatile.
People who can be grouped as “Asperger’s”, which is itself a normative scale, may have very strongly developed head-brains, and may have damaged or compromised gut-brains. Another factor in this puzzle is zonulin, a hormone that is responsible for tight junctions in the body. It’s also worth noting that Aspies and folks with ADD are not the only ones who have imbalances in this way – it is simply that they have imbalances that follow a reasonably identifiable pattern which has been labeled as outside the current norms. Lots of times people will call or write asking for my “protocol for Asperger’s” or my “treatment plan for Asperger’s”. I go about this the same way that I would for any other client – we use the same “compass” that we do for any imbalance. In our practice, we always start with food – there is always some improvement we can make there.
We’re also going to emphasize full-spectrum nutrition (protein, fats, minerals, vitamins) required for all the body’s systems to function optimally, and boosted for the repair of tissues that are damaged.
Burdock root, dandelion root, codonopsis root, and small amounts of solomon’s seal root are another base blend great for building nourishment.
In general, we want to help folks (not just folks with Asperger’s and ADD!) build relationships that are nurturing and sustaining. There are lots of herbs we can use to help out here – one of my very favorites is Wood Betony (Stachys, though we recently got some Pedicularis for the first time, and that seems to also have beneficial effect, although differently). In our current sedentism-normative, productivity-normative culture, finding time for movement and expression can be difficult even for people who fit in to that culture.
In these areas, we can encourage movement according to individual nature: one might prefer walking, another dancing, another climbing trees (or playground equipment, or rock gym walls, if no trees are available). Adaptogens can be very helpful for motivating movement, and when expression is difficult, herbs that protect the heart – expression is a risk!
Writing about stress would be another entire article, but a foundational factor at play here would be the impact of stress on the physiological function of the three brains: stress, and prolonged exposure to cortisol, impairs gut function, constricts heart function, and degrades hippocampus function, among other things. In the case of folks with ADHD and Asperger’s, where there is already a shift in the balance in favor of the head-brain, often the response to stress is going to be falling further into the direction of “airiness”.
Also, it turns out that humans respond better to stress with their gut-brain and their heart-brains. In many ways, the work done in the first three elements will help here drastically: getting better sleep helps us deal with stress better.
Change how you think: meditation, affirmation, forgiveness, compassion practices – these practices start in the head-brain, but their purpose is to weave our head-brains back into balance with our heart-brains and gut-brains. All of the grounding herbs will help here – pulling us down from the air and into the body. I feel that I have turned a corner in my life and the pieces of the puzzle that I can really use are starting to turn up.
I am working on a book on healing trauma and emotions and recently learned that the gut-brain is a mass of neurons and white matter that is essentially the size of a cat’s brain. Church of the Covenant(67 Newbury Street) Church of the Covenant was formed in the 1930s by a union of Central Congregational Church and First Presbyterian Church, hence it is affiliated with both the United Church of Christ and the Presbyterian Church (USA).
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We now know this because the combined research of two or three fields is proving that the heart is the major center of intelligence in human beings. The digestive system has exponentially more neurotransmitter production and receptors than does the brain, which is part of why St.
I would argue that we probably need our gut-brains and our heart-brains to be stronger than our head-brains, but for the moment I’ll just leave it with “some sort of balance”. People who are balanced more in favor of the head may be better at writing software or databases. Neurotypical is the word we invented so that we weren’t comparing folks identified as Asperger’s, ADHD, and other things to people who are “normal” – which was an important step. These are present in the intestinal lining, but also in the skin and the brain – the blood-brain barrier. There is simply an imbalance that, if restored, can make it more comfortable for this person to get through a day.
Folks with Asperger’s, for example, typically have their imbalance inclusive of a very strong head-brain development – which means that the imbalance shows up in a certain more obvious way. Perhaps, if we were all in perfect balance with our brains, if everything was functioning appropriately, it wouldn’t be the case, but as it is, interpersonal relationships are difficult for everyone!
The definition of a stim is simply a repetitive habit, often a body movement, for the purpose of self-calming. Like any other imbalance, this imbalance can have some advantages, but may also cause discomfort.
What can we do in a person’s diet, sleep habits, and lifestyle to create more comfort, and what herbs can we use to support those changes?
Folks with Asperger’s and ADD have been identified as having more gut dysbiosis, higher levels of gluten sensitivity. We’ll encourage a person to eat lots of colors, to eat consciously, to focus on as high quality as is attainable. Specifically green ones – nettle, dandelion, red clover, horsetail – all very high in minerals. We change this up quite a bit depending on the situation, and for my folks with Asperger’s and ADD, Self Heal and Violet often make it into the mix – these are two that I feel reach out from the gut-brain up to the heart-brain and start to stitch the whole back together. At this year’s Herbal Resurgence conference, teacher James Snow was talking about studies that have been done recently that show that feeling alone, out of relationship with our pack, causes biologically measurable inflammation and stress.
Once they meet that criterion, there are no other criteria for “rightness” – the relationships can be with horses or horsemint, adults or children, whatever is comfortable. Wood Betony, more than any other plant, gives me a sense of being in my body – in other words, that my gut-brain and my heart-brain are in control. For many kids (and adults) diagnosed with ADD, a lifestyle that focuses on movement and eschews the sedentary can be enough to find a balance point. Society accepts expression in an extremely limited form right now, which is a problem not just for folks labeled ADD and Asperger’s – we talk about this problem as it affects men and women individually, as it affects our national levels of education now that arts are more and more widely cut from public education, as it affects anyone with a heart.
We can encourage expression according to nature too – it doesn’t matter if it’s poetry or pottery, and it doesn’t even matter if it’s “good”, but humans must make art and we must be expressive. Some may meet stress by pushing harder with cerebral productivity, for example, or by engaging in cerebral stimulation as a self-calming exercise – using television or a movie, for example, to tune out the other noises.
Head-brains are useful for some types of work, but they’re not ideal for dealing with stress. Healing the gut will allow the gut-brain to pull our head-brains back towards balance, but exercises like compassion meditations turn our head-brains into willing participants in the journey towards balance.

Oh, dear, even if you’re not entirely sure what that means, to anyone who is head-brain centric, those words are can initially be quite uncomfortable.
As we learn to care for the self, we are building relationship with our bodies – something many folks with ADD and Asperger’s have never done before. I feel that the range of what is normal has become so narrow in the process of pathologizing behavior as a way of creating a market for pharmaceutical drugs – which seem to help some people, and at the same time damage others. I work with teen and “tween” boys that struggle with Aspergers, Autism and ADD, and this information is so valuable! As a psychologist specialising in neurodiversity and long term lover of herbal holistic approaches for my own leaky gut and fiery energetic brain it’s great to hear a harmonising tune from afar.
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A fire in 1969 destroyed much of the 19th Century building, but the remains were incorporated into the design of the current building for an interesting mix of Gothic and modern styles. Old South Church is, among other things, noted for hosting sing-alongs of great choral works. Steve, a native Edmontonian, is co-founder of Edmonton Holistic Veterinary Clinic with his wife, Dr Karen Marsden, and is arguably the foremost holistic veterinary practitioner in the world.
Karen received an Ivy League education at the University of Pennsylvania and went on to train as a veterinarian at the prestigious Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University outside Boston. Jennifer is yet another American-turned-Canadian in our practice, having completed her veterinary degree at the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. Gina graduated in 1993 from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine and spent the first dozen years of her career in small and mixed animal medicine.
About half of the heart’s neural cells are involved in translating information sent to it from all over the body so that it can keep the body working as one harmonious whole. But it turns out that neurotypical is in fact still too constricting: it still carries an implication that there is something more normal, at least by merit of being more common, than something else. Whether or not a statement is normative is logically independent of whether it is verified, verifiable, or popularly held. The norm itself does not imply absolute value, only that in this moment and in this time, a certain this is valued by a certain segment of society. Even the ones who are normative to whatever scale you are using – even they fall into a range. ADD, or even “neurotypical” vs Asperger’s, we are making a statement that something is wrong with one of the people in this equation.
An upregulation of the hormone zonulin (caused by the ingestion of milk proteins, gluten, or other factors we haven’t figured out yet) causes the holes in these permeable membranes to become larger.
Much like our person with dry skin – when we restore moisture to the person, they feel less itchy. Someone else might have similar imbalances in their gut-brain and heart-brain but without the over development of the head-brain, and that person is not necessarily going to fit into the norm of Asperger’s or ADD.
Just look at the whole series of commercials centered around men’s inability to express emotions – “I love you, man!”. Socio-normative society says that rocking or flapping the hands isn’t an acceptable method of self-calming – but smoking is. It turns out that the place where your fingernails meet your palm is actually an acupuncture point used in cases of adrenal depletion! No one who can be grouped in the spectrum of Asperger’s is the same – each is an individual, and each feels the advantages and discomforts of their personal situation differently.
And we know that we’re looking at imbalances in the three brains, so we’re of course going to try to strengthen the gut-brain. The goal is to bring a person to their own balance, to bring a person to a place where they can get comfortably through their day. In this case, we’re also going to stress a couple of supplements, most notably D3, which, among many other things, functions as the counterpoint to zonulin: once zonulin has opened the tight junctions in the permeable membranes, D3 closes them back down again.
Horsetail in particular is interesting as I have been studying lately about its ability to impact connective tissue – I have been making it a point to include in all my mineral formulas for folks with impaired gut function.
Solomon’s Seal root in the broth is a new trick I’ve been playing with since hearing Karyn Sanders speak about it: previously I only used Solomon’s Seal as tincture because it is not an abundant plant.
Sure, both have some vulnerary and lymphatic action as well, so physiologically they’re great, but it’s their sweetness in the delicate repair of the threads between gut and heart that I love most. We can start with relationships that are the most comforting, and slowly work through to relationships that are desirable but difficult. Some other allies here are Hawthorn, Linden, Violet, Tulsi, and Mondarda, especially when you feel like everything is buzzing like a swarm of bees. Asperger’s has been linked in some research with Neanderthal DNA – if this is true, then perhaps those of us who fall into that category are simply suffering from the lack of our evolutionary norm of walking 6-9 miles a day. As herbalists we can help our clients (Asperger’s, ADD, or otherwise!) to make room in their lives for these things, and sometimes act as an advocate with schools and employers to make appropriate space for these things. Flower essences are useful here too, one in particular being Fleabane, which is excellent for expressive blocks. Neither one of these things is inherently bad, but they can be done to discomfort, and that can cause trouble. So in stressful situations, a person who is out of balance in favor of their head-brain is likely to experience more than average discomfort. Eating nourishing foods and working to heal gut permeability help us to restore our gut-brains and also the heart-brains.
I find that when I encourage people to take time to drink tea as self-care, compliance is spotty.
I love that you used Mary’s Venn diagram (I worked with her in London) and I think you would live my update to it, showing the positive attributes associated with each condition. To me it feels like everything in the natural health community says autism can be cured, that it is horrible, very antithetical to the neurodiversity movement. Inside is the Leslie Lindsey Chapel, dedicated to a woman who died in the sinking of the Lusitania in 1915. He spends three months a year teaching veterinarians on five continents how to do what we do here every day at Edmonton Holistic. At Edmonton Holistic, she performs all our surgeries and dentistries, supported by Heather and Janelle. She worked at a busy conventional practice in Phoenix, Arizona, before augmenting her skills with training in acupuncture and herbal medicine.
She then became intrigued with complementary medicine and has spent the last three years obtaining a series of credentials in acupuncture, herbal medicine, and osteopathy. For six years he worked in a mixed-animal practice in Ontario where he attended to the needs of large and small animals.
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And the other half make up a very large, unmediated neural connection with the emotional brain in our head and carry on a twenty-four-hour-a-day dialogue between the heart and the brain that we are not even aware of. You might initially be thinking about where you think your balance point is, and perhaps you’re wishing it were somewhere else – but it’s just like any other constitutional balance. But if we establish the idea of three brains (who knows, maybe there are more!), and we look at them the same way we would look at someone’s constitution, we realize that there isn’t anything wrong with someone who is “normal” or not, ADD or not.
I contend that instead what we really have is a person who’s head-brain is full speed ahead but that they don’t have the grounding balance of their gut-brain due to damage and impaired development in the gut. We have identified that folks with Asperger’s and ADD have higher rates of gut permeability than folks not diagnosed, and we can recognize that the permeability of the gut is tied to the permeability of the brain.
They might get by as “neuro-normative”, because so much of society today has compromised guts and hearts: this person wouldn’t stand out.
That inability is a reflection of this imbalance, and how we got there is of course another whole discussion. A person who can be identified as ADD – maybe that person would feel comfortable and happy as a forest ranger, but because we live in a society where only certain types of jobs are respected, that person is raised to try to fit into a place that is uncomfortable and poorly suited to his nature. We will almost always suggest going gluten-free and dairy-free very first, along with any other allergens that the individual may have.
They may occasionally still eat some cheese, and recognize that for a couple days afterward they feel a lot of discomfort – that’s part of the journey. Magnesium is another that we regularly recommend, as even with an organic diet high in green leafies, our soils are so depleted of magnesium that it’s difficult to achieve the levels the body needs with food alone. However, in some recent workshops she’s given, Karyn has talked about using small amounts in broth, and specifically for people who don’t know how to be true to themselves. Recognizing that interpersonal relationships are difficult for everyone, we don’t blame this difficulty on the Asperger’s or the ADD.
If we have a person with a known imbalance that is causing discomfort, and part of the discomfort is coping with interpersonal situations, then it’s only logical that we should make sure this person gets good sleep! We could in that case consider ADD and Asperger’s not diagnoses, but simply evolutionarily-normative, as opposed to sedentarily-normative! Music, dance, painting, drawing, ritual and ceremony, weaving, sculpting – even their work was art. Sometimes though, the best support is simply someone who appreciates the expression, and the risk it took.
But when I teach people how to put herbs in wine and enjoy an appropriate glass of herbed wine as self-care, suddenly this is an easy task! Recently I learned that Asperger’s is being taken out of the DSM, in favor of a return to “high functioning autism” – proof of how arbitrary all this stuff really is.
At the same time the autism community seems to aggressively promote vaccines and bash biomedical treatments for autism, which, of course, some are terrible, like chelation, but healing the gut seems very sensible to me. Phillips Brooks, author of "O Little Town of Bethlehem" and, for two years, Episcopal Bishop of Massachusetts, was Rector of Trinity for over twenty years.

In 2009, the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association named him Small Animal Veterinarian of the Year, and in 2010, the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association named him teacher of the year. She has a great passion for dogs, and it was her work with Greyhound Rescue that led to her career in veterinary medicine.
She has been a part of the team at Edmonton Holistic Veterinary Clinic since 2008 and has special interests in dermatology, feline medicine, and behaviour problems. While there, he developed an interest in holistic medicine, especially nutrition, homotoxicology (bio-regulatory medicine) and Chinese Veterinary Medicine.
Within that norm, you might find an RN at a family practice who often suggests herbal supplements to her patients and educates parents that it’s ok for a child to run a fever.
To take that further, this person’s heart-brain might also be suffering, because, due to the permeability in the guts, the heart may be simultaneously too open – because of the heart’s inability to build healthy walls due to underdevelopment tied to the gut issues, or simply because the heart is too busy trying to compensate for the damage in the gut-brain.
Which gives us our tie-in: where there is leaky gut syndrome, there is “leaky brain syndrome” – a brain with a filter whose holes are too big. It doesn’t mean this person isn’t experiencing discomfort because of their imbalance, but they are not diagnosed with a problem because they fit in with the general trend towards imbalance in our society.
We can consider two developments that are socially acceptable: one a NFL football player, one a lawyer.
Perhaps instead of telling people their stims are not socially acceptable, we should learn about them – our stims might be telling us something. One perhaps grew up with a chip on the shoulder, and strove to earn lots of money and buy fancy things. Once we realize that everything is just a matter of getting closer to constitutional balance, we realize that all the answers are the same – north is still north. Also we’re going to suggest removing stimulants – when we know there’s imbalance, we don’t want to be pushing it further along by stimulating one or more parts of the axis. Someday that might convince them it’s worth cutting it out entirely, or maybe they decide that sometimes they can live with the discomfort.
To me that phrase really sounds like Asperger’s and ADD – you could be true to yourself, but society says that’s not ok. Cross-reference ideas like Nature Deficit Disorder and the new phenomenon of Forest Bathing, and the fact that a majority of children today grow up more in the virtual world than they do in the world of nature, and we see a very fundamental causes of the imbalance in our brain axis. Ryn would say I should add Kava to the list, and though I don’t love it most of the time, Kava is tremendously useful for lots of folks.
Again, this may call for creativity on the part of the herbalist – for some people simply explaining that adults need 9-12 hours of sleep per night (and children even more!) is enough. This was still true even up until some relatively recent point – just look at the architecture. However, there are also some habits that, if we develop them, will help us bring our head-brain back into its rightful place, as well. That’s a good place to start – reign in your computer and let your body run free a little more often.
In addition, he spends half his time treating people, thanks to his credentials as a naturopathic physician and training as a Chinese medical practitioner.
Currently she dotes on a Weimaraner named Lu Lu, her husband Steve, and her two children, Noah and Leo. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Tyson (also a veterinarian) and young son, Charlie, as well as their calico cat, Grace, and their black Lab, Libby. Gina has her hands full, but still finds time to experiment in her kitchen with the latest yummy recipe for her two canine friends. You might find a pharmacist who has studied herbalism and stocks cranberry extract tablets for UTIs and turmeric capsules for inflammation, and drinks tea instead of coffee from his travel mug. There is nothing “wrong” with the person; there is simply an imbalance, just like any other imbalance. This may result in either the person feeling emotions too intensely, or, for protection, shutting them down altogether.
Just think about the last week in your own life: little misunderstandings, little annoyances, little grudges – getting along with each other is hard for everyone. Each of these people, during their maturation and training, will choose parts of their nature to develop, even to over-develop. How each client gets there will be different, and how we can be creative in our encouragement and motivation of each client will be different, but moving towards balance itself will continue to be the same old “boring” work (yes, please!). Even if you can drop into yourself, the brains aren’t in balance, there’s some internal turmoil.
Many of us as herbalists see this – in our friends and clients on the spectrum who “self-medicate” by spending time outdoors, with animals, and in nature, and who feel calmer and more comfortable in their lives because of it.
Some tricks I have used here are emulating a role model (what would someone I respect do?) and good old fashioned scout work: if you have to go into an uncomfortable situation, learn as much about it ahead of time as possible. For others, various sleep hygiene routines will need to be put in place to ensure that sleep comes more easily. At some point, buildings stopped being ornamented: that ornamentation was the art of the workers. These are ways that we can feel pleasure in our bodies, which makes them more inviting to the mind who is only lightly tethered.
If it’s hard for you in a particular way that you have in common with others, that doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with you. Dr Steve has been a veterinarian for almost 25 years, and has spent about 20 of them practising holistic medicine. Lex joined Edmonton Holistic Veterinary Clinic in the spring of 2014 after completing his acupuncture training at the Chi Institute. You might also find people who have no room in their cubbards for plates and bowls because there are too many jars of herbs in them. I suppose we could identify the damage to the gut as something “wrong”, and if we’re looking for something diagnosable, then that would be the thing. We acknowledge this even in our speech – “he has no filters” is something we often say about people on this spectrum. If we can identify a particular group of people who have this difficulty in a roughly similar way, we can have a few reactions to that.
In my family both of these are represented, and the nature of each one is drastically different, despite that the initial situation was the same.
Figure out where the bathrooms are from someone who has been there before, or figure out the guest list ahead of time from the host. Lots of dogs need loving homes, and a dog provides a relationship with a non-human intelligence that will help you get outside and moving more often! In the rare moments when he is not working, he enjoys diving, sailing, and spending time with his wife and two sons, Noah and Leo, in the beautiful Canadian Rockies. You might find some people who grow long hair and move out to the country to grow herbs and raise goats and sheep and don’t even have a cell phone. We can diagnose a fever, too, but each person will respond to that fever according to their constitution: our firey person will sweat it out fast, one who runs cold may need help to get it hot enough.
But to me, this also looks a lot like anxiety – too much is able to leak into the brain, and a person is unable to hold it out because the filters aren’t working. We can label that group as flawed and try to cure them, which is what is currently happening. These imbalances are considered acceptable, those are not – there’s a very arbitrary factor in what is considered “normative”.
Rocking as a form of relaxing or feeling calm was acceptable for most of American history, but today it’s either a quaint antique or a stigma.
In the same way, two people with Asperger’s or two people with ADD will have different priorities. In my notes from that workshop, I wrote “equalizes the balance of power – even within yourself!” – all of which boils down to lately, I’ve been adding a little Solomon’s to the mix, and both I and my clients really like it. Plan a place that feels safe to start out in, so that you can get comfortable before you have to be in the middle of things. This isn’t enough to say there’s something wrong with a particular person, it only identifies them constitutionally. And so this damage to the gut-brain ends up affecting even the way that our head-brains develop. We could also identify that this group of people is more highly sensitized to a problem endemic in society right now, just like a person who lives in a highly polluted area might have more sensitive skin or more sensitive lungs – we can put them on steroids, or we can change the imbalances that are causing the problem: change their environment, improve their sleep and nutrition, give them supporting herbs to rebuild and strengthen compromised tissues… The latter takes longer, but in exchange, the person doesn’t have to worry about not being able to get their steroids when the zombies come! One may feel great discomfort in a situation where another does not, and it is those discomforts that must drive the way I work with each person.
This works great at a party, for example: I feel comfortable in a kitchen, so I always take guacamole to a party.
All of these people would fall into the spectrum of Herbalists, and could be identified in the broader scale as herbalist-normative.
It’s not up to me to say, “oh, we better fix this about you, so that everyone will think you’re normal”.
It has to be made fresh, so I have a “socially acceptable” excuse to spend time in the kitchen with my hands busy, getting comfortable in a new place before I really have to talk to anyone. Here we can still say, there is nothing wrong with the person, they are still a person, just one who has an imbalance in the direction of dryness. One week after the completion of these meds, everything reappeared as bad as it has been.Back to the vet, the only good news was that the yeast infection in his ear had cleared up.

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