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Ashwagandha is one of the most important herbs in Ayurvedic Medicine. Sometimes referred to as "Indian ginseng" in the West, it is often referred to as an adaptogen, just like its Asian and American ginseng counterparts. In simple terms, this means it is used as a general tonic and the body "adapts" it to what …
Kava-Kava, also known as just Kava, has very interesting herbal properties, but is also culturally very important as a medicine, an intoxicant,  and for religious, political, and social purposes. It's pharmacology has been well studied. And it has been shown to have liver toxicities. Is this herb useful medicinally? Does its benefits outweigh its risks? …
Xiāo Yáo Sǎn, translated as "Rambling Powder," is one of the most widely used formulas in Chinese medicine. It gently harmonizes the Spleen and Liver and treats a wide variety of modern conditions. But is it always the best choice? Is it over-used by practitioners? Or is it the "wonder" formula? Let's find out! Support Materials Support materials …
Finally, an "A" lister: Dang Gui is definitely one of the all-stars of Chinese herbology. As a cornerstone of many formulas to help build the blood and affect the menses, it is one of the most important herbs in the Chinese pharmacopoeia. Join us as we explore this herb in its traditional context, in current western …
Shā Rén, one of the cardamoms, is one of my favorite herbs, for many reasons. Besides being one of the best tasting herbs, it's actions speak to me by helping to treat dampness and strengthen the spleen. While not necessarily an "A" list herb, please join us as we explore it. Approved for both California Acupuncture Board …