This is a live teleseminar. 90 minutes in duration; a 60 minute discussion followed by 30 minutes of Q & A. Not able to attend the live event? A replay will be available for listening at any time.
Teleseminar: Lessons from the 1918 Flu Pandemic with Paul Bergner & Susun Weed
This is neither the first nor the last novel corona virus. There are many lessons to be learned from how we dealt with flu pandemics in the past. And how we are dealing now.
Spend an hour and a half with herbalists Paul Bergner and Susun Weed and learn how to keep yourself abundantly well in this pandemic. We will explore elder berry and cytokine storms; the best antiviral herbs, when and how to use them; the role of fever and why you might not want to treat it; sudden death from the flu; and much more.
Susun and Paul will answer all your personal questions. Green blessings are ready to help you now.
Paul Bergner is Director of the North American Institute of Medical Herbalism (NAIMH) in Portland, Oregon where he offers clinical training in medical herbalism and clinical nutrition. He has studied, practiced, and taught natural medicine since 1973, with formal training in naturopathy, medical herbalism, clinical nutrition, traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic medicine, flower essences, yoga therapy, and bodywork, including undergraduate studies in pre-medicine and psychology, and 50 semester hours of doctoral level medical studies at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine. He has published the Medical Herbalism journal since the founding of the NAIMH in 1989, and has written seven books on medical herbalism, nutrition, Chinese medicine, ethnobotany, and naturopathic medicine. He lectures on the topics of medical herbalism and clinical nutrition nationally and internationally. Paul has mentored more than 400 students through 8-month clinical residencies in teaching clinics in Boulder, CO and Portland, OR since 1996.
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