Creating Herbal Formulas: Liver & Gallbladder

Creating Herbal Formulas: Liver & Gallbladder

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$75.00
Course Topic: Botanical Medicine
1 Presentation | 2 hours 30 mins
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Description

Do you know when to choose cholagogues and when they are contraindicated? Do you know how to create a formula for infectious hepatitis versus toxin-induced liver disease? This presentation will review herbal materia medica options based on their actions and will explore liver antimicrobial, antifibrotics, cholagogues, and biliary antispasmodics, and support the clinician’s ability to custom formulate for a variety of liver and gallbladder conditions.

Learning Objectives

  • Review classic botanical terminology such as hepatic, cholagogue, alterative and liver trophorestoratives
  • Use herbal materia medica choices for specific niche presentations
  • Create effective formulas to treat different types of hepatitis
  • Create effective formulas to treat acute biliary colic

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