Naturopathic CME for Medicines from the Earth 2020

Nebulizer Demonstration with Kenneth Proefrock, ND in 2017

Past Conference: Medicines from the Earth Herb Symposium 2020

Now Available for Distance Learning: Audio and video recordings for 2020. Purchase recordings, save your receipt, keep a record of CME credits earned on this certificate. It’s as easy as that!

View or print CME instructions here.

    Attended Medicines from the Earth in May and looking to claim ND CE? Please use the event’s ND CE Evaluation Form from the symposium to request a CME certificate of completion. Due by 6/14.


    Distance Learning CME Approval:

    You can learn more about the CME audio recordings in our 2020 Medicines from the Earth library online, and learn more about the CME video recordings on our video streaming page.

    • Current approval: 21.5 general hours of which 9 can be pharmacy.
    • Pending approval for full audio recording set: Up to 56.5 hours of which 9.5 can be pharmacy (OBNM).
    • Pending approval for full video recording set: Up to 55 hours of which 9.5 can be pharmacy (OBNM).
    • Note for ND CME participants: Until the above pending approvals are received from OBNM, physicians who purchase video/audio recordings can receive the same CME hours as symposium attendees — a maximum of 21.5 CME hours of which 9 hours can be pharmacy (OBNM). 

    See chart below for more information on credits available.

    Order full set of audio recordings for ME 2020 here.
    Order full set of video recordings for ME 2020 here.


    Chart of CE Hours for Each Presentation

    To earn CME for this conference’s audio and video recordings, please keep a record on this certificate of all completed recordings. View or print detailed CME instructions here. You can also learn more about other CME recordings we have available here.

    Maximum CME available: 21.5 general of which 9 can be pharmacy(This list is subject to minor changes)General HoursPharm Hours
    Donald Yance, RH (AHG)Intensive: Mitigating the Effects of Glyphosate and other Environmental Toxins3.01.0
    Mary Bove, ND, Katie Stage, ND and Chanchal Cabrera, RH (AHG)Panel: Clinical Approaches to Immune-Centered Illness1.5
    Chanchal Cabrera, RH (AHG)Keynote: Nature, Spirit, Medicine—Using Biophilia Practice and Shinrin Yoku (Forest Bathing) for Personal and Planetary Healing1.5
    Kenneth Proefrock, ND and Mary Rondeau, NDPanel: Botanicals and other Therapies for Improving Mechanisms of Cellular Repair to Increase Lifespan1.5
    Katie Stage, ND, RH(AHG)In the Zone: Research Considerations for Microdosing Entheogens1.5
    Joe HollisEcology, Propagation and Cultivation of Native and Oriental Medicinal Herbs at Mountain Gardens with Q&A Session2.0
    Christopher Hobbs, PhD, David Crow, LAc and Teresa Boardwine, RH (AHG)Closing Panel: New Discoveries in Botanical Medicine1.0
    Teresa Boardwine, RH (AHG)
    Herbal Tea Apothecary: Teas for Every Body System, Energetic Tissue State and Constitution1.5
    Oxymels and Vinegar Infusions1.5
    Mary Bove, ND)
    Women, Autoimmunity and Estrogen Metabolism1.5
    Cultivating Skin Microbiome Radiance with Botanicals1.5
    Addressing Immune Health through the Ages: Infants to Seniors1.5
    Chanchal Cabrera, RH (AHG)
    Chronic Skin Conditions: Case Review of Seborrheic Dermatitis1.5
    Rubefacient and Vulnerary Botanicals for a Complicated Case1.0.5
    David Crow, LAc
    Principles of Combining Herbs and Essential Oils: Musculoskeletal Conditions (Arthritic Pain, Fibromyalgia, Injuries, Muscle Spasm)1.5
    Principles of Combining Herbs and Essential Oils: Relaxing the Nervous System (Stress, Anxiety, Insomnia, Tension Headaches and Chronic Adrenal Overstimulation)1.5
    Principles of Combining Herbs and Essential Oils: Strengthening and Energizing the Nervous System (Antidepressant Effects, Protection against Neurodegenerative Conditions, Supporting Cognitive Function and Enhancing Concentration)1.5
    Christopher Hobbs, PhD, LAc
    Mushroom Spirit Medicine1.5
    Essential Oil Therapeutics: Internal Uses for Clinic and Home1.5
    Diabetes, Obesity and Related Diseases1.0.5
    Robin McGee
    Sweet Medicine: Herbal-infused Honeys and Herbal Syrups (Demonstration)1.5
    Jason Miller, DACM, LAc
    The Yin and Yang of Hormone Balance: A Botanical and Nutritional Medicine Approach to Hormone Deficiency and Endocrine Disruption1.0.5
    Prostate Cancer: A Comprehensive and Collaborative Approach.51.0
    Demystifying Qi: A Reverse-Engineering Approach to Understanding the Concept of Qi in Botanical Medicine1.5
    Kenneth Proefrock, ND
    Revisiting the Many Faces of Testosterone: How Botanicals Play a Significant Regulatory Role1.5
    Neuroplasticity and the NMDA receptor: Botanical and Nutritional Influences on Neurological Remodeling.51.0
    Lymphagogues and Alteratives: Lessons in Herbal Immunology1.5
    Mary Rondeau, ND, RH(AHG)
    Anxiety: More than an Over Aroused State.51.0
    Keeping Kids Healthy 1.5
    Katie Stage, ND
    Taming the Dragon: Botanical Approaches for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)1.0.5
    Botanical Strategies for Pelvic Pain and Endometriosis.51.0
    Marc Williams, MA
    The Ethnobotany of the African Diaspora1.5
    Jennifer Williams, DACM, LAc
    Substance Addiction and Recovery: Herbal Strategies for Emotional and Physical Pain1.5
    Topical Botanical Therapies to Ease Substance Withdrawal1.5 (video only)
    David Winston, RH (AHG)
    Restorative and Nutritive Tonics1.5 (audio only)
    Medicinal Mushrooms in Clinical Practice1.5 (audio only)
    Donald Yance, RH (AHG)
    Targeting IL-1 in Immunotherapy for Cancer and other Diseases using Botanical Medicine.51.0

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