Despite the timeless nature of these essential formulas, the world of herbal medicine continued to evolve over the centuries, and many of the substances in use today differ from the items used in ancient times. In this webinar, well-known herbalist speaker Eric Brand will assist many practitioners in deepening their understanding of the ways in which the herbal medicine world has changed over the centuries.
Stroke is a leading cause of disability worldwide, particularly among communities of color and the medically underserved. Sequelae include motor impairment of the upper and lower extremities, trunk, face, mouth and throat; sensory disorders; critical functions impacted. Acupuncture can be extraordinarily useful in rehabilitation of the above impairments, as well as helping the body to restart the ‘Qi machine’ and recover its basic rhythms. Learn from Claudia Citkovitz in August to better help your patients!
In this presentation, Kevin shows how he used his experience in treating post TIA/ Mini Stroke cases to draw parallels with the brain damage consequent to Covid-19 infection.
The use of plant, animal, and mineral products in the treatment of disease has been documented worldwide for thousands of years, and trade in medicinal products between cultures dates back to ancient times. Over the course of history, pharmacognosy has evolved considerably following advances in disciplines such as taxonomy, agronomy, and chemistry, and tremendous diversity can be seen in the pre-‐modern approaches used by different cultures to evaluate and apply natural medicines. Join global herbalist Eric Brand in the journey of reviewing past and understanding both perspectives in the East and the West!
In the third year with COVID existence in our world, this webinar will be a great opportunity for practitioners to exchange knowledge and experience, learn from each other in addressing this dominant health concern from the public. Save the date and book your place at this event!