The Principles of Strategic Herbalism

The Principles of Strategic Herbalism

The first part of our Strategic Herbalist course is dedicated to laying the foundational understanding of how traditional natural medicine differs from modern medicine. Modern medicine is focused on treating (relieving) symptoms. It has been called the…

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Menopause

Menopause

Each year, about 1.3 million women enter menopause, the season of life when their monthly periods cease. This normal transition, which happens to every menstruating woman, typically occurs in a woman’s late 40s or early 50s. In the period before menopause,…

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Menstrual Disorders

Menstrual Disorders

From puberty to menopause women experience a monthly hormonal cycle that typically lasts about 28 days. A surprisingly large percentage of women suffer from various discomforts during parts of this cycle. The most common problem is a variety of physical…

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An Introduction to Strategic Herbalism

An Introduction to Strategic Herbalism

This video introduces the concepts behind my new Strategic Herbal Consultant Course, which I'll be teaching during 2024 and 2025. The class will consist of five modules with 40 classes. There will be a certificate of completion for each module and a certificate…

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Stress! You Can Handle It.

Stress! You Can Handle It.

Life is filled with challenges, conflicts, difficulties, and sometimes hardships. Recent years have brought many challenges from new diseases, to rising prices for food and other necessities of life, to reports of wars and conflicts throughout the world.…

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Fats Can Be Good For You

Fats Can Be Good For You

Fat. Just say the word and notice the emotions it evokes. The word can have very negative connotations in our society. Fats have a bad reputation, both for making us fat and for being bad for our health. Labels claiming foods are “low fat” or “no…

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A System of Universal Energetics

A System of Universal Energetics

If you study traditional herbalism, you will encounter various energetic (also known as elemental) models. For example, in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) you will learn about qi, yin and yang, and the Chinese five elements­—wood, fire, earth, metal,…

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