Please note webinar time is: 8 pm Eastern Time, 7 pm Central Time, 6 pm Mountain Time, 5 pm Pacific Time
There is so much great information available about herbs and herbal medicine, so many references and resources, so much detail - and then there is clinical practice and real life. What do you do when 'the rubber hits the road'? How do you distill it all, discern the truth from the fable and how do you apply it to a patient?
This 'open mike' type discussion will give you a chance to ask a practicing herbalist about what's on your mind. It might be a clinical question, maybe a follow up to one of the previous lectures of the season, maybe a question about growing or processing herbs, maybe even esoteric and energetic topics - we'll try and cover them all!
Please send questions or discussion points in advance so they can be sorted and grouped for easier review. Participants will also be able to post comments and join the discussion during the class.
Chanchal has been seeing patients as a medical herbalist since 1987, and specializing in holistic oncology since 2000. She also has training and experience in growing, harvesting, processing, manufacturing, formulating and retailing herbs.
Chanchal Cabrera is a member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists (UK) since 1987. Awarded Fellowship 2009. She received an MSc in herbal medicine at the University of Wales in 2003 and has been faculty chair in Botanical Medicine at the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine (New Westminster) 2004 – 2016. Chanchal holds diplomas in Botanic Garden Management and in Botanic Garden Education from Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. She is a Certified Shinrin Yoku (forest bathing) practitioner, a Certified Master Gardener and a Certified Horticulture Therapist
Chanchal lives on Vancouver Island, British Columbia where she and her husband manage Innisfree Farm and Botanic Garden, a 7 acre internationally registered botanic garden specializing in food and medicine plants, and host apprenticeships in sustainable food production and herbal medicine. Chanchal runs a private herbal medicine clinic with a specialty in holistic oncology, and offers a monthly student training clinic that provides free health services to the community. The farm also hosts Gardens without Borders, a federally registered not-for-profit society established to run the botanic garden and provide horticulture therapy.