Meet Dr. Murray

May 11, 2017

Meet Dr. Murray

Dr. Michael Murray ND is a world-renowned natural doctor, and is the Chief Science Officer at Enzymedica. He is a leading authority on natural medicine, with over 30 published books featuring approaches to natural health. He is a graduate, former faculty member, and serves on the Board of Regents of Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington.

Dr. Murray is a wealth of knowledge on natural medicine and the health benefits of diet, lifestyle, herbs, vitamins and minerals. He has collected over 65,000 scientific articles on the benefits of these natural approaches to total body health and wellness. Dr. Murray is a strong believer that our overall wellness does indeed begin with digestive health.

His life goal is to educate the public, physicians, patients and consumers on the benefits of a natural approach to health. He has written The Textbook of Natural Health and The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine. In 2016, he was called “The Voice of Natural Medicine,” by Nutrition Business Journal.

He has been instrumental in introducing new ingredients to the natural products industry. Dr. Murray has launched incredible ingredients like:

  • Glucosamine Sulfate
  • John’s Wort Extract
  • Ginkgo Biloba Extract
  • Silymarin Milk Thistle Extract
  • Enteric Coated Peppermint Oil
  • Saw Palmetto Berry Extract
  • PGX
  • PharmaGABA
  • Theracurmin

 

At Enzymedica, he works closely with the Roskamp Institute, and Enzymedica’s other product development partners to push the boundaries of natural medicine through the introduction of innovative new ingredients and technologies.

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