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Bummer in the Belly: How to Treat Reflux and Other Digestive Complaints

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Bummer in the Belly: How to Treat Reflux and Other Digestive Complaints

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This herb class will guide you to a clear understanding about how to detect GLOMUS which is a frequent cause of reflux and other problems from blockage that disrupts digestion and even can cause skin issues. 

Ban xia xie xin tang is the lead formula of this family. Once you know how to differentiate this formula family clinically, they will be super effective in clinic for GERD, insomnia, mouth sores, constipation and diarrhea.

We will study this formula and its extended family via the perspective of the Shang Han Lun and JIn Gui Yao Lue and clinical case. You will return to clinic with an effective framework for treating these common conditions.

Goals and Outlines

  • Learn all 8 variations of Ban xia xie xin tang.
  • Learn how to use formulas which incorporate ingredients that have opposite properties like both hot and cold and both draining and supplementing.
  • Develop a clear understanding of the meaning of glomus.
  • Study and interpret the Shang Han Lun and Jing Gui Yao lue lines related to these formulas
  • Differentiate the principles of the 6 conformations involved in these formulas.
  • Differentiate the formulas by examining their subtle differences.
  • Understand how to use hot and cold herbs together effectively in the clinic.
  • Look at cases using these formulas in order to better implement them clinically
  • Catalog: 
    NCCAOM AOM-CH: 
    4.00
    Texas Herbal: 
    4.00
    Massachusetts Herbal Knowledge: 
    4.00
    Florida General: 
    4.00
    California Category : 
    Category 1
    Sally fell in love with Chinese herbs first. Then many years later she fell for the classics. After practicing acupuncture and herbs for about ten years, she decided to specialize in becoming the best herbalist that she could be. That continues to be her focus, learning from teachers & colleagues, students & patients, texts and case studies. Her favorite teacher is Sharon Weizenbaum. She teaches with great warmth using the Nei Jing and the Shang Han Lun as the base for clinically relevant practice.


    $99.95 USD

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