Approved for 21 CEUs/ PDAs for NCCAOM and most states’ recertification
Approved for 22.5 CEU/PDAs credits through the State of California
There’s a systematic approach that has been worked out over 2,000 years for making Chinese herbal medicine as easy to learn and logical as possible. In this course, Bob Flaws puts this approach to work for you. He prepares you to prescribe Chinese herbs safely, knowledgeably, and effectively, according to the same standards of care of Chinese doctors in the People’s Republic of China. The curriculum presupposes that participants have already studied basic Chinese medical theory, Chinese medical diagnosis, pattern discrimination, and basic treatment principles and procedures. It’s not intended for beginning students or for professional practitioners of other healthcare disciplines who have not also completed entry-level education in acupuncture at an NCCAOM-acceptable school.
Course One: 21 CEUs/ PDAs
• History of Chinese herbal medicine
• Introduction to basic terminology and concepts of Chinese herbal medicine
• Exterior-resolving medicinals
• Heat clearing medicinals
• Phlegm-transforming medicinals
• Draining and precipitating medicinals
Included with this course is a copy of 630 Questions & Answers about Chinese Herbal Medicine.
These books have been assigned to expand upon and complement the material covered in the recorded lectures. As a student in this course you may purchase any of the Blue Poppy books at a special 10% discount. Discount will be taken when your order is processed. (The discount will not appear on your order confirmation)
"260 Essential Chinese Medicinals"
"Statements of Fact in TCM"
"Handbook of TCM Patterns & Treatments"
"Dui Yao: The Art of Combining Chinese Herbal Medicines"
"An Introduction to the Use of Processed Chinese Medicinals"
"70 Essential Chinese Herbal Formulas"
"160 Essential Chinese Patent Medicines"
About your instructor:
Bob Flaws began his study of acupuncture and Chinese medicine in 1977 and was in practice for 25 years before he devoted his energy to research, teaching, and writing on all aspects of Chinese medicine. Bob is a Fellow and past Governor of the National Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, a founder, past president, and Lifetime Fellow of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado, and a Fellow of the Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine (UK). Today, Bob has retired from the field Chinese medicine entirely and now spends his time promoting English-speaking teachers of Tibetan Buddhism.