Sperb’s Herbs – Nourish the Yin Herbs
This episode, we are exploring another important category of herbs: the Nourish the Yin Herbs. These are incredibly useful especially in women’s medicine. However, they are widely used in many, many common formulas for everyone. Join us as we look at this category and learn about their functions, their usefulness, and their dangers…
Every two weeks, an exciting new episode of the Sperb’s Herbs podcast is recorded. Each episode covers another traditional herb from somewhere in the world and will go into great depth about it. Besides covering the basics of the herb including its traditional use 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 episode’s herb.
A listener will be able to:
- Comprehend basic Chinese and bio- medical information about Nourish the Yin herbs
- Converse about current scientific evidence about the uses, dangers, and effectiveness of herbs in the differences between individual herbs in the Nourish the Yin category
- Understand the differences between individual herbs in the Nourish the Yin category
- Understand and prevent any potential drug-herb interactions
This is California Acupuncture Board (CAB) Category 1 distance education course. For NCCAOM, each episode is a 1 hour Chinese Herb (AOM-CH) PDA. This episode is approved 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: This course may be downloaded as soon as purchased and therefore no refunds are possible.
|Description||Pictures of herb samples from categories of Chinese Herbs, Tonifying Herbs: Herbs that Tonify the Yin|
|Source||Loc Huynh, Oakland, Ca, a student at ACCHS school of traditional chinese medicine, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:TonifyYin.JPG|