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Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine

26 Nov 2019 10:15 AM | Charissa Haines (Administrator)

March 27 - 29: Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine, Tempe, Arizona

Over 30 lectures plus a panel discussion and pre-conference events. Lectures include:

  • Mushroom Medicine in Women’s Health
  • Management of Bipolar Disorder
  • Mitochondrial Support for Autoimmune and Stress-Related Chronic Illness
  • Strategies for Acute Illness in Children: Avoiding Pharmaceuticals
  • Panel: Neuroplasticity and the Management of PTSD and other Mental Health Conditions
  • Pre-conference Intensive: Understanding the Herb / Drug Interaction Continuum and Risk Assessment Techniques with Glen Nagel, ND, RH(AHG)

Plus herb walks and medicine-making demonstrations in the herb garden. Early bird registration by February 19.  Up to 17.5 CE hours for acupuncturists and naturopathic physicians.

Information: www.botanicalmedicine.org (541) 482-3016.

10% discount for AAC Members
(discount code will be sent to AAC members)

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May 29 – June 1: Medicines from the Earth Herb Symposium, Black Mountain, NC

Over forty presentations including:

  • Women, Autoimmunity and Estrogen Metabolism
  • In the Zone: Research Considerations for Microdosing Entheogens 
  • Cultivating Skin Microbiome Radiance with Botanicals
  • Combining Herbs and Essential Oils for the Nervous System
  • Neuroplasticity and the NMDA receptor: Botanical and Nutritional Influences on Neurological Remodeling
  • Substance Addiction and Recovery: Herbal Strategies for Emotional and Physical Pain
  • Pre-conference Intensive: Mitigating the Effects of Glyphosate and other Environmental Toxins for the Prevention of Chronic Disease and Health Optimization – the Application of Hormesis and Herbal Medicine with Donald Yance, RH (AHG)

Plus medicine-making classes and forest herb walks. Early bird registration March 4.  CE credits for nurses, acupuncturists and naturopathic physicians. Info 541-482-3016 or www.botanicalmedicine.org.


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