Nate Mohler, L. Ac.
Date and Time:
June 10, 2018; 10:00AM - 12:30PM
Practitioner Rate (2.5 PDA with NCCAOM - pending) - $40
Student Rate (no PDA points awarded) - $25
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This 2 1/2 hour walk along South Boulder Creek beginning where the creeks meets South Boulder Road provides an introduction to the flora of the Front Range of Colorado. Along the path of this guided walk, you will encounter somewhere between 30 and 40 noteworthy plants. Some of the plants fall within the Chinese pharmacopoeia and others are closely related to species used in the Chinese pharmacopoeia. The instructor will discuss how the medicinal plants are used and what conditions they may used to treat.
Nate Mohler has been leading bioregional medicinal plant lectures and field studies for the last 5 years in the Colorado Front Range. He has published a field guide to medicinal plants in the region (http://shuharihealthworks.com/product/a-medicinal-plant-field-guide/) and is the founding director of the American Institute of Integrative Herbalism (AIIH) a non-profit dedicated to research and conservation of North American Plant medicine and the integration of bioregional North American medicinal plants into Chinese medicine.