THESE WEBINARS WERE RECORDED IN FEBRUARY 2017.
Part Two: A Case-Based Approach
In the second part of this course, we will review the constituent classes we've studied in part one by watching them in action through a series of case studies. These will be focused on areas of action and pharmacodynamic mechanisms, covering a broad range of physiological areas, with a special section on herbal pharmacology in cancer therapy.
Students will leave with a practical understanding of how plant chemistry works, and be able to assess the potential pharmacodynamic actions and interactions of a given botanical based on its constituent profile. We will pay special attention to clinically relevant effects and to chemical information relevant to extraction, formulation, and absorption. This series would review these constituents in action in a case-based presentation and would be focused on areas of action and botanical spheres of influence. The constituents learned in Part One would come in during the case reviews.
The breakdown of topics for Part Two of this webinar course includes four, two hour sessions:
Session One and Two:
Tissue-level activity of:
Epigenetic effects and Gene expression
Review of over 5 cases + special segment on herbal influences on cancer through epigenetic mechanisms.
Session Three and Four:
Tissue-level activity of:
Central nervous system
Lymphatic channels / Immune cells
Review of over 9-10 cases
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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