Jamison Starbuck

Jamison Starbuck, ND, is a naturopathic physician in family practice in Missoula, Montana, and producer of Dr. Starbuck’s Health Tips for Kids, a weekly program on Montana Public Radio, MTPR.org. She is a past president of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and a contributing editor to The Alternative Advisor: The Complete Guide to natural Therapies and Alternative Treatments. DrJamisonStarbuck.com

Diseases & Conditions

Natural Ways to Knock Out Fungal Skin Infections

Fungal skin infections are a nasty, itchy annoyance, but you don’t need harsh medication to treat them. Here are the natural approaches that work…


Natural Ways to Bounce Back from the Flu

The flu will make you feel miserable, but natural therapies can help you bounce back faster. Here’s what helps most…

Skin Disease

No More Eczema: Dr. Starbuck’s Favorite Natural Cures

Eczema is a red, itchy skin condition that’s tough to treat with conventional medicine. These natural remedies are surprisingly effective...

Common Cold

Mint Medicine: The Natural Cure for Sore Throat, Cough and Colds

Over-the-counter cold medications are notorious for causing side effects. Not so with these 3 herbal therapies that are great for winter ailments…

Common Cold

There’s a Surprising Fix for Colds, Sore Throat and Sinusitis: Essential Oils

It’s easy to pop a pill when you’re suffering from a cold, sinusitis or sore throat. But essential oils are safer and work faster. Read on…


Dr. Starbuck’s All-Natural Anti-Flu Program for Kids

The flu can be brutal for adults…and kids. But if you’d rather not give your child drugs, these natural preventatives/treatments are great options.


How to Stay Healthy on Your Road Trip

Road trips are fun but can create big health challenges. Here’s how to keep your body firing on all cylinders during extended car travel…

Alternative Treatments

Make Witch Hazel Your Go-To Remedy for Hemorrhoids, Acne, Allergies, Bug Bites and More

Drugstore medicines don’t always work as well as good, old-fashioned witch hazel. Here’s how to use this natural remedy...


Flu season is upon us—how to keep your kids healthy as they head back to school

In this edition of The Bottom Line Advocator, Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner talks to Dr. Jamison Starbuck about the many factors that leave kids vulnerable to illness and Dr. J...

Brain Health

Shining a Light on the Surprising and Common Causes of Anxiety

Drugs prescribed for anxiety are a quick fix, but they do nothing to truly treat the root cause. Leading naturopathic physician Dr. Jamison Starbuck knows that the root often is lo...


What’s really causing your eczema? The link between food and eczema outbreaks

The link between dietary choices and eczema flare-ups is well-researched and well-documented, yet doctors don't talk about it…and they don’t treat it. Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hin...


Got a Leaky Bladder? Try These Natural Incontinence Cures

If poor bladder control is giving you fits, these natural cures will do the job...without the uncomfortable side effects that medications cause.


How to Bounce Back from Food Poisoning

So you had a great time at an outdoor cookout. The barbecued chicken was delicious, and you even had seconds…

Bone Health

Natural Ways to Prevent and Treat Osteoporosis

Stronger bones=a longer life! Find out the simple foods and exercises that can prevent and treat osteoporosis.


Stinging Nettle Nixes Allergies and More

This powerful herb has an odd-sounding name, but it works wonders against allergies, cough and other troubling symptoms...

Common Cold

3 Natural Sore Throat Cures

If your go-to-fix for sore throat pain is a box of lozenges, here are threee natural cures that work much better. Read on for details...


Keep Your Bladder Healthy

If you're age 50 or older and haven't had a bladder infection, count yourself lucky. The reality is that these…


Quick Fixes for Indigestion, Constipation and More

If you've got a bellyache due to indigestion, constipation or a stomach virus, try these quick natural fixes...


A Better Way to Take a Tablet

Some medications can be formulated to be taken under the tongue. Here's why these sublingual medications might be helpful for you.


5 Simple Things You Can Do to Guard Against Food Poisoning

If you’ve suffered through a bout of food poisoning once, you know you’ll never want to do that again! Here, easy steps you can take to stay healthy.