East Meets West In Denver


FOCUS ON: DR. ELIZ ERMAN-BRITTON, DOCTOR OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE AND CREATOR OF BOTANICAL EZ, DENVER, COLORADO


BOTANICAL EZ


Meet Eliz Erman-Britton, Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dipl. Ac (NCCAOM) with Botanical EZ and EON Well in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Eliz Erman-Britton has been a dedicated practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for over 11 years. Her studies at Cheng Du University of TCM in Si Chuan, China and clinical experience working in a Western Medicine Family Practice have helped her build a unique understanding of how Chinese and Western medicine can coexist and mutually benefit each other.


Given Dr. Erman-Britton's overall wellness training and experience, it is not surprising that she has used her plant knowledge to create herbal wellness products. Her product line, Botanical EZ, consists of a face-mask blend, day and night face serum, and Corydalis pain relief salve.


The impressive list of ingredients, consisting of medical grade plants, natural oils, and waxes, which she uses to produce her hand-crafted products include: Yan Hu Suo, Palmarosa, Copaiba, Frankincense, Myrrh, Lavender, Arnica, Shea Butter, Vitamin E Oil, Bee's Wax, Coconut Oil, Organic Rosehip Oil, Helichrysum, Dandelion, Shi Gao, and Astragalus. All of these plants have healing properties which may include one or more of the following: anti-inflammatory, pain relieving, anti fungal, neuro-protective, antibacterial, wound healing, antioxidant, and analgesic.


One thing we have learned in 2020 is that self-care is where it's at. So, if you are finding aches, pains, and/or skin issues and want to try something new, natural, and formulated through science & education, you should give Botanical EZ a try.


Visit the Botanical EZ website for more product information, and to schedule an acupuncture or red-light therapy session. Dr. Eliz Erman-Britton will take care of you!






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