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Balancing the Doshas with 15 Herbs
Dr. Vasant Lad BAM&S, MAScMay 13th, 2011
Below is full lecture outline (Friday lectures are just an Introduction)
Discover how the innate intelligence of herbs can be applied specifically to affect cellular intelligence, enhance life span, support rejuvenation, and bring balance to the doshas and specific pathologies.
Vasant Lad, B.A.M.&S., M.A.Sc., Ayurvedic Physician, presents the theoretical principles of Ayurvedic herbology as they apply to 15 classic herbs he uses in clinical practice. He will explain the principles of taste and digestion and the influence herbs have on these factors. He will also cover the use of appropriate carriers to affect the tissues of the body. The applications of each herb will be thoroughly described.
This seminar is clinically oriented and directed towards practitioners and students who have completed at least 500 hours of Ayurvedic education.