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Botanical Medicine Certificate Program
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Jack-in-the-PulpitWhile this is not Friends of Ganondagan sponsored programming, we thought our friends and members may be interested in taking a few classes or perhaps the whole series from our good friend and skilled Naturopathic doctor, Dr. Les Moore, N.D. M.S.O.M., LAc. I can personally vouch for the high quality nature of these herbal cheap cialis classes since I have taken the entire certificate program as well as completing an apprenticeship with Dr. Moore.



Whether you are interested in learning how to use herbs medicinally or love plants and want to know more about how they are used, be sure to check these classes out! I have included class details below but contact Classical Formulas at 315-462-0190 for any additional information or to register! Enjoy!



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Botanical cialis Certificate Program



Medical Herbalism Part III

April 8th through May 13th




Wild StrawberryThis Course is the third in a series of three herbal study programs to be offered at Clifton Springs Hospital through the Integrative Medicine department, The Botanical Medicine Institute, and Classical Formulas. While each series has a similar format, they will contain different information. These classes are appropriate for health care providers, people employed in health related businesses or anyone interested in Herbalism.



Dr. Moore and herbalists from Classical Formulas Herbal Medicinary will instruct these classes. Dr. Moore has a life-long interest and extensive education in the field of Herbalism, both Western and Eastern.

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You may register for the whole series or at the beginning of each class. Students may begin ANY series at ANY time with no prerequisites of the previous series. Each series is a stand-alone module. Students completing all three of the series (Parts I, II & III) will receive a certificate upon course completion. To be certain you have a place in class please register early, as class size is limited.



Tuition is $120 for the series or $20 per class. Contact Classical Formulas for registration at 315-462-0190 by April 6th.



PLEASE NOTE: All classes are held on Thursdays at Clifton Springs Hospital from 6:30 - 8:30pm with the exception of the herb walk on Saturday May 1st 2010 held at the Ontario Pathways Trail, Phelps, NY at 9:00am.





Medical Herbalism Part III - April 8th through May 13th 2010

Course Descriptions


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Class 1 – Botanical Medicine/Single Herbs – April 8th

Learn about herbs to soothe gastrointestinal tract as well as nervous system, aid in digestion, allergies and cleansing as well as combating viruses including fevers.



Class 2 – Herbal Therapeutics/Spring Detoxification–April 15th

This class will focus on herbal therapeutics for detoxifying the body.



Class 3 – Herbal Medicine Making – April 29th

Learn how to make herbal infusions with oil, vinegar and honey. We will also discuss making herbal salves from the oil infusions.



Class 4 – Plant Identification/Herb Walk – May 1st

This class will be a 3+ hour walk to identify plants in the surroundings area. You will learn about their habitat, history and uses. This class will meet at the Ontario County Pathways trail, Route 96, Phelps, NY. Bring water and snack, dress for the weather and wear appropriate footwear.

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Class 5 – Herb Pairs/Drug Interaction and Materia Medica for Children – May 6th

This class will focus on paired herbs that are therapeutic for specific conditions. Information on interactions that can occur between medicines and herbs will also be discussed as well as herbal dosages for children.



Class 6 – Herbal Formulas & Modifications – May 13th

Herbs used in herbal formulas can act synergistically and can be tailored for each unique individual, even as a person or environment changes. This class will consider how formulas can be used and altered to address specific changes.

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