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The following is a paid advertisement and is not sponsored by the NCSAAM 

 

 

 

Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine

Online video streaming begins March 26, 2021

 

Attend from anywhere!  Features 25 presentations, a combination of live-streamed videos with audience participation and pre-recorded content. Participants have a year to view videos.  A few small in-person herb walks and field studies are being presented in the Phoenix area, safety guidelines permitting. 

Lectures include:

  • Topical Antifungal Therapeutics with Western Herbs
  • Opiate Use Disorder and its Treatment from a Body-Mind-Spirit Perspective
  • Mushroom Medicine in Women’s Health
  • Integrative and Botanical Interventions for Inflammatory Bowel Diseases and Associated Arthritis
  • Liposome-Based Strategies for Neurological Conditions
  • COVID – 19: Acute and Long-Term Considerations in Naturopathic Patient Management
  • Cannabidiol (CBD) and Mental Health
  • Pre-conference intensive on Managing Pharmaceutical Side Effects and Discontinuance with Lise Alschuler, ND
 
Early bird registration ends 2/19/21

 
19 hours of continuing education for acupuncturists (approved by NCCAOM).   

 

REGISTER HERE

 

Any questions, please call 541-482-3016 or www.botanicalmedicine.org

 

The NCSAAM does not endorse any classes, products, or services being advertised.

L.Ac.’s are encouraged to check the NCALB statute and contact them directly to verify that any class will be accepted for relicensure. 

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 03/26/21
All Day

Categories


The following is a paid advertisement and is not sponsored by the NCSAAM 

 

 

 

Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine

Online video streaming begins March 26, 2021

 

Attend from anywhere!  Features 25 presentations, a combination of live-streamed videos with audience participation and pre-recorded content. Participants have a year to view videos.  A few small in-person herb walks and field studies are being presented in the Phoenix area, safety guidelines permitting. 

Lectures include:

  • Topical Antifungal Therapeutics with Western Herbs
  • Opiate Use Disorder and its Treatment from a Body-Mind-Spirit Perspective
  • Mushroom Medicine in Women’s Health
  • Integrative and Botanical Interventions for Inflammatory Bowel Diseases and Associated Arthritis
  • Liposome-Based Strategies for Neurological Conditions
  • COVID – 19: Acute and Long-Term Considerations in Naturopathic Patient Management
  • Cannabidiol (CBD) and Mental Health
  • Pre-conference intensive on Managing Pharmaceutical Side Effects and Discontinuance with Lise Alschuler, ND
 
Early bird registration ends 2/19/21

 
19 hours of continuing education for acupuncturists (approved by NCCAOM).   

 

REGISTER HERE

 

Any questions, please call 541-482-3016 or www.botanicalmedicine.org

 

The NCSAAM does not endorse any classes, products, or services being advertised.

L.Ac.’s are encouraged to check the NCALB statute and contact them directly to verify that any class will be accepted for relicensure.