Past conference: May 31 – June 3, 2019 atBlue Ridge Assemblyin Black Mountain, North Carolina
The retreat-like setting and the variety of presentations onherbal medicineoffered the experience of stepping out of our busy lives to savor this weekend with the plants. Thanks to all who made this such a success!
Keynote Address with Leonardo Trasande, MD, MPP: Endocrine Disruptors: History, Recent Research and Individual and Societal Remedies
Panel Discussion with Kenneth Proefrock, Mary Rondeau and Jason Miller: Managing the Effects of Endocrine Disruptors with Botanical Medicine
Pre-conference Intensive with Lise Alschuler, ND: The Impact of Stress on Accelerated Aging: Botanical Remediation, Part 1 & 2
Order the full set to hear all thirty-four presentations,including botanicals for preserving mental function as we age, eye health, trauma, depression in the elderly, types of pain, stroke recovery, breast cancer, aging gracefully, mood disorders, liver and gallbladder conditions, chronic lung conditions, detoxification, ADD and ADHD, a pre-fertility program, and a clinical roundtable with Jason Miller, Kevin Spelman and Teresa Boardwine.
Continuing education distance-learning credits approved for nurses and naturopathic physicians. Details
Recorded Speakers: Lise Alschuler, Teresa Boardwine, Mary Bove, Jeannie Dunn, Doug Elliott, Kat Maier, Jason Miller, Kenneth Proefrock, Mary Rondeau, Tricia Shapiro, Kevin Spelman, Jill Stansbury, Leo Trasande, David Winston and 7Song More details here.
Distance learning CE for naturopathic physicians and nurses. Details here
Recorded speakers: Paul Bergner, Mark Blumenthal, Mary Bove, Eric Bresselsmith, Sam Coffman, Feather Jones, Jeffrey Langland, Jason Miller, Kenneth Proefrock, JoAnn Sanchez, John Slattery, Katie Stage, Jill Stansbury, David Winston and Donald Yance
Continuing Education Our herbal conferences provide opportunities for continuing education (CE, PDA, CEU, CNE, CME) in areas such as naturopathic medicine, integrative medicine, complementary medicine, holistic medicine, functional medicine and more.
DIstance Learning for Naturopathic Physicians and Nurses:
For specific CE credits and hours for distance learning, please see the dedicated pages fornaturopaths(naturopathic doctors) andnurses. Distance learning for acupuncturists is not available at this time, but we do offer PDA (acupuncture credits) for our live events.
We hope you will join us for an herbal conference next year! These events are a great way to meet like-minded people and learn the latest information on botanical therapies for a variety of conditions.
NEWS: ABC Announces Annual Herbal Community Builder Award Recipients
Linnea and Larry Wardwellhave organized conferences on botanical medicine for over 25 years
(Austin, TX. February 25, 2019) The nonprofit American Botanical Council (ABC) has announced the recipients of its annual ABC Mark Blumenthal Herbal Community Builder Award. The award for 2018 goes to Linnea and Larry Wardwell, a husband and wife team who have been organizing and promoting herb conferences for over 25 years.
The annual award, named for ABC Founder and Executive Director Mark Blumenthal, is given to individuals who have played a significant role in creating a sense of community among herbalists, botanical researchers, members of the herb and natural products communities and industries, and others who work in the area of medicinal and aromatic plants. Continue reading
The world lost a great human being, environmental medicine expert and teacher with the passing of Walter J. Crinnion, ND on March 11, 2019.
Walter was a regular speaker at Medicines from the Earth for years, and he endeared himself to us by his wide-ranging knowledge of the effects of environmental chemicals on fertility, childhood health and obesity, but also by his hilarious sense of humor and quirky delivery. His presentations were filled with scientific data and never boring! Continue reading
See the post below for details about the event at Blue Ridge Assembly, Black Mountain, North Carolina June 3 – 6, 2016. Thanks to all who came to make it a sweet, inspiring and information-filled weekend.
See you next year! June 2 – 5, 2017.
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