Post-Symposium Intensive: Low Dose Botanicals: Three Clinical Approaches

This six-hour intensive features the experiences of three herbalists that regularly use low-dose botanicals in their clinical practices. The focus is on providing guidelines for the safe clinical use of plant-based preparations with a reputation for causing cumulative damage, requiring specific dilution, or have been misused.

The information shared explores different methods for working with low dose botanicals, including basic clinical skills for integrating low dose herbs into practice such as dosage guidelines and preparations, specific herbal indications, and cautions and contraindications. In addition, several case studies will be presented to demonstrate specific protocols.

A round table style discussion ends the session where you are invited to exchange ideas and knowledge as we all expand our understanding of the role of low-dose botanical preparations in modern healthcare. 

Low Dose Botanicals: Three Clinical Approaches, Monday, October 16th, from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM (MDT). Register to attend in-person in Granby, or attend online either live-streamed on October 16th or as a recording accessible for one year. Learn more about Online Symposium Options here.

Certificate Track: Attendance at the Monday Post-Symposium Intensive (in person or online) is required to earn a certificate in Low Dose Botanicals in Clnical Practice. Learn more about the Certificate Track here



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