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Clinical Skills with Paul Bergner, RH (AHG)

Introduction to the Eclectic Triphasic Medical System (ETMS) with Donnie Yance

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Guido Masé, RH (AHG)
Price: $150.00


Part One: Fundamentals of Herbal Pharmacology
In this part of the course we will cover specific constituent classes and explore their mechanisms of action (pharmacodynamics) and their routes of absorption, metabolism, synergy and excretion (pharmacokinetics). Complete class abstracts, with summaries of key points on specific constituents, relevant outside reading, and landmark studies will be provided to registrants before class begins. Students will receive referenced powerpoint presentations for each class.

The breakdown of topics for Part One of this webinar course includes four, two hour sessions:

Session One: Intro to herbal pharmacology: mucilages, tannins, anthraquinones
Session Two: Coumarins, immune-active polysaccharides, bitter principles
Session Three: Alkaloids, pungents, aromatics and resins
Session Four: Saponins, phytosterols, flavonoids and phytoestrogens

Guido Masé RH(AHG) is a clinical herbalist, herbal educator, and garden steward specializing in holistic Western herbalism, though his approach is eclectic and draws upon many influences. He spent his childhood in Italy, in the central Alps and in a Renaissance town called Ferrara. After traveling the United States, he settled into Vermont where he has been living since 1996.
He is a founder, faculty member and clinical supervisor at the Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism, a 501(c)(3) non-profit herbal medicine clinic and school that provides comprehensive services focused on whole plants and whole foods. He serves as chief herbalist for the Urban Moonshine, where he works on research, development and quality control for an all-organic whole-plant tincture line, offers education in herbal medicine, and works in clinical practice. He participates in herbal education at the University of Vermont, and is the author of The Wild Medicine Solution: Healing with Aromatic, Bitter and Tonic Plants (Healing Arts Press, 2013) and DIY Bitters (Fair Winds Press, 2015).
Guido's teaching style focuses on conveying the interconnections within the human organism and between the organism and its surrounding ecology. Relying on clinical experience, storytelling, and scientific research, he believes that true strength flows from nature, and that herbal medicine is key to sustainable, successful living.

Cost for this invaluable training is only $100.00 for AHG Members, or $150.00 for the general public.

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Price:: $150.00
Todd Caldecott, RH (AHG)
Price: $40.00


This lecture is a two part series that explores this ancient Himalayan tradition, the life and work of Vaidya Mana Bajra Bajracarya, and the integration of this knowledge in modern clinical practice. Part one of this lecture reviews the origins of the Newari Ayurveda tradition and its ancient connection to Nalanda University in India, and its embodiment in the life and work of the late Vaidya Mana Bajra Bajracarya. Part two of this lecture is a review of some of the important diseases described in Ayurveda and their treatment using the principles and practices employed by the Bajracharya tradition, including a discussion and dissection of some of the more important formulas, and their application within a Western clinical context.

According to tradition Ayurveda originated in the Himalayas thousands of years ago. The importance of this region, with respect to its climactic, geographic and biological diversity, is clearly evident in Ayurveda, with many species indigenous to the Himalayas playing a key role in its materia medica. Among the hundreds of different ethnic groups that live in the Himalayas are the indigenous peoples of the Kathmandu Valley called the Newar, whose ancestors have inhabited this region since before recorded history. The Newar people have been an active trading and mercantile community for millennia, acting as the interface between the rest of India and Tibet, facilitating the trade commodities such as rock salt, gold, silver, deer musk, and herbal medicines. Among their spiritual traditions is the practice of Vajrayana Buddhism, one of the three primary streams of Buddhism, which at one time was practiced extensively across India before its extirpation in the 13th century. Inheriting this tradition before it died out in India, along with its attendant medical practices and techniques, the Newar people maintain the only living example of Indian Buddhism still in existence, and an authentic unbroken lineage of Ayurveda, exemplified by the life of Newar physician, Vaidya Mana Bajra Bajracarya.

Todd Caldecott has been in practice as a medical herbalist and practitioner of Āyurveda for two decades. He has had a broad array of clinical experiences in diverse locations, including North America, SE Asia, and the Caribbean, working with a variety of conditions, including autoimmune disease and metabolic disorders. He is a registered professional member with both the AHG and NAMA, and serves as Director of the Dogwood School of Botanical Medicine. He is author of the books Ayurveda: The Divine Science of Life and Food As Medicine, co-editor of Ayurveda In Nepal, and in 2014, was honored at Bastyr University as the Visiting Mitchell Scholar. In February of 2017, Todd will be taking a select group of students to study the Bajracharya tradition in Kathmandu.

Payment includes both sessions. Cost for this invaluable training is only $15.00 for AHG Members, or $40.00 for the general public.

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Price:: $40.00
Jill Stansbury, ND
Price: $125.00


This series of 4 weekly online classes are physiology and research-based, and focus on chemical plants noted to affect a wide variety of cell functions in significant ways. Plants effecting cell membrane receptors, glycoproteins, neurotransmitters, action potential, ion gates, cAMP, mitochondrial function, mitosis, signal transduction, microtubules, G proteins and many other molecular mechanisms of action will be covered. Specific research on constituents in plants, published research on mechanisms of action, and herbal alternatives for pharmaceuticals will be presented. This class is not recommended for beginning herbalists as some familiarity with herbs, physiology, and pathology will be assumed. Dr Jillian Stansbury is a naturopathic physician who has practiced in SW Washington for 25 years specializing in women’s health, mental health, and chronic disease. She holds undergraduate degrees in Medical Illustration and Medical Assisting and graduated with honors in both programs.

Dr Stansbury was also a long time Chair of the Botanical Medicine Program at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine and remains on the faculty teaching Botanical Medicine In addition to her medical practice and teaching position, Dr Stansbury also writes and serves as a consultant and medical editor for numerous professional journals and organizations, plus teaches natural products chemistry and herbal medicine around the country and abroad. Dr Stansbury also leads classes and Ethnobotany trips in the Andes and Manu region of the Peruvian Amazon. She has built a house in Cuzco and hosts studies in medical herbalism and trips to study plants and the mystical and healing traditions with several tribal communities. She is the mother of two adult children, and her hobbies include art, photography, playing the guitar and singing with friends, gardening, camping, cooking and especially eating, studying quantum and metaphysics and international travel. When she’s not traveling or working, she can most likely be found in her garden.

Cost for this invaluable training is only $100.00 for AHG Members, or $125.00 for the general public.

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Price:: $125.00
NC Bionetwork Instructors
Price: $125.00

The American Herbalists Guild in partnership with BioNetwork Presents:

Good Manufacturing Practices for Dietary Supplements Webinar Series


This webinar series provides an overview of Food and Drug Administration  (FDA) current good manufacturing practice (cGMP) requirements per 21 CFR (Code of Federal Regulations) part 111. These regulations affect ALL companies involved with the manufacturing, packaging, labeling and holding of dietary supplements.  This series serves as an orientation or refresher for those working in the industry.

This webinar series is presented in 4 Sessions, covering the following topics:

  • Terminology and overarching concepts
  • Proper documentation, including master manufacturing records (MMRs), batch process records (BPRs), standard operating procedures (SOPs), and more
  • Specification requirements, which are essential for verifying that products meet the requirements set for identity, purity, strength, and composition
  • Botanical identification requirements, including gross organoleptic analysis, macroscopic analysis, microscopic analysis, chemical analysis, and other scientifically valid methods

Cost for this invaluable training is only $100.00 for AHG Members, or $125.00 for the general public. 

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Price:: $125.00
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