• Powerful Herbal Pairs

Speaker: Paul Bergner. The power of herbs in combinations of two or three may extend exponentially beyond that of their use as simples. Herbal pairing, a foundation of the study of Traditional Chinese Medicine, is also documented in the histories of Physiomedical and Eclectic medicines in North America and Great Britain. We discuss some powerful herbal pairs from North American herbal history as well as from contemporary practice. Herbs include Matricaria, Curcuma, Echinacea, Scutellaria, Hypericum, Piscidia, Eschscholtzia, Viburnum, Eupatorium, Calendula, and Althaea. 

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