• Little-known Physiological Facts that may Change your Practice of Herbalism

Speaker: Paul Bergner. Little-known but well-established facts about human physiology are presented which demonstrate the wisdom and relevance of traditional herbal practices and may change the way you use herbs with patients now. Subtopics include the healing power of mucous, the urinary alkaline tide; the speed of kidney filtration; the gut wall as lymphoid tissue; connective tissue as immunological organ; and plasma protein re-circulation in the lymph.  Categories of herbal actions include expectorants, demulcents, vulneraries, anti-inflammatories, lymphatics and alteratives.  Delivery as tinctures, teas, and topical applications are evaluated.

Related product: The PowerPoint for this recording is available here: 2018 Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine: Conference Book Download (PDF)

Continuing Education: 

Nursing Distance Learning: This recording has been approved for 1.5 contact hours. See Nursing CE: Audio Recordings of the 2018 Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine

Naturopathic Physicians: This recording has been approved for 1.5 general CME credits by

  • California Naturopathic Doctor's Association (CNDA)
  • Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine (OBNM)
  • Arizona SCNM (Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine)

More information: CME for NDs: Southwest Conference 2018

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