Speaker: Paul Bergner, CN Plants have engaged in an “arms race” with fungi for many millions of years, and have evolved multiple mechanisms to inhibit their growth, disable their defenses, disrupt their biofilms, or destroy their cell membranes. We can take advantage of these mechanisms and apply whole plants, with all their synergistic constituents and activities, in direct contact with fungal-infected tissues. We review the Azole-class of pharmaceutical topical antifungals and then review the science and practical applications of the berberine-containing-herbs, Alliums, Calendula, thymol-containing herbs, Spilanthes/Acmella, Anemopsis, Commiphora, Usnea, Tabebuia, and Melaleuca for common oral, vaginal, and skin infections.
Related product: The PowerPoint for this recording is available here: 2021 Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine: Conference Book Download (PDF)
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American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) has approved 1.5 distance-learning Prescribed Credit. This approval applies to CME for:
- Medical Doctors (MD)
- Osteopathic Doctors (DO)
- Nurses (RN)
- Family Nurse Practitioners (FNP)
- California Naturopathic Physicians (ND) and others
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- Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine (OBNM)
- Arizona SCNM (Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine).
Topical Antifungal Therapeutics with Western Herbs
- Event: 2021 Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine
- Product Code: 21SW10
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