Sperb’s Herbs – Curry Tree
This is an exciting episode of the Sperb’s Herbs podcast. This episode covers the herb Curry Tree. Each episode of the podcast will go into great depth about a single herb or formula. Besides covering the basics of herbology including category, and functions, we will explore the history, quality, science, pharmacology, evidence, and any potential interactions of each herb. And then there is always something a little quirky about an episode. Whether that is a unique story or an interesting perspective, there will always be something different to learn about Curry Tree.
This course will be presented on Saturday, May 20, 2023, from 1-2pm pst via live webinar.
The course will be hosted on Net of Knowledge. You will be given access to the event on Net of Knowledge before the start date. Once your event access has been added you will receive an email letting you know. When you register here, we will pass on your name, email address and country to Net of Knowledge in order to register you for the event.
A participant will be able to:
- Comprehend basic Chinese and bio- medical information about Curry Tree
- Converse about the current scientific evidence about the uses, dangers, and effectiveness of Curry Tree
- Understand the history of Curry Tree, especially in the context of the Chinese classics
- Understand and prevent any potential drug-herb interactions
This is California Acupuncture Board (CAB) Category 1 live education course. For NCCAOM, each episode is a 1 hour core PDA (AOM-PE). This episode is pending approval by the California Acupuncture Board and NCCAOM for 1 hour of continuing education and PDAs. For further information, please contact Dr. Greg Sperber, CAB CEU Provider #1349, NCCAOM PDA Provider #166669, at DrGreg@IntegrativeMedicineCouncil.org or (619) 881-0029
Refund Policy: A refund request can be made up to seven days before the scheduled webinar and a full refund will be offered. Within a week of the seminar, cancellations will refund half the cost of the webinar.
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