This page includes Dates and Topics for the 2021 Foundations of Herbal Medicine program.
The homepage for this course is here.
The regular class meetings are one week each month. During that week, there are three live sessions:
1. Sunday evening from 6-9 pm
2. Wednesday evening from 6-9 pm
3. Saturday morning from 9-noon
All sessions are recorded and available for later viewing.
February 7, 10, 13
-Fundamentals of Ayurveda: the Five Elements & the Three Doshas & How These are Relevant in Daily Life
-Using Herbs to Support the Health of the Digestive System
March 7, 10, 13
Using Herbs to Support the Health of the Nervous System:
Sleep, Rest, Stress and Anxiety
April 18, 21, 24
Energy, Chi, Prana: Using Herbs to Support the Health of the Endocrine Glands and How to Have Long Term Sustainable Energy
June 13, 16, 19
-Using Herbs to Support the Health of the Bladder & Kidneys
-The Role of Herbs in Children’s Health
-The Use of Herbs to Increase Nutrition in the Daily Diet
July 18, 21, 24
Winter Herbal Health:
Using Herbs for Colds, Flu, Sore Throat, Sinus, Fevers and Cough
August 8, 11, 14
Reproductive Health for Women & Men: Menstrual Cycle, Menopause, Prostate and Healthy Aging
September 12, 15, 18
Investigating the Causes and Connections Between:
Pain – Systemic Inflammation & the Digestive System – Food Intolerances
This meetings include detailed herb and dietary protocols for working with all three conditions
October 10, 13, 16
Metabolic Syndrome and Our Relationship with Sugar
Botany and the Chemistry of Carbohydrates
The Ayurvedic and TCM views of Sweet
5 Reasons Why People Crave Sweets and Ways to Address Cravings
Normal and Abnormal Functioning of Blood Sugar and Insulin
Causes of Elevated Blood Sugar
Long Term Effects of Elevated Blood Sugar
Role of Metabolic Syndrome in Chronic Inflammation and Heart Disease
5 Essential Steps to Working with the Metabolic Syndrome Client
This can be made in one payment or with 10 monthly payments, January through October, 2021.
The program traditionally fills before December 1.
Making the first payment as a deposit reserves your place in class.
Payment can be done either through PayPal on this site or by check through postal mail.