Teatime Lecture: Colorado Wild Herbs for Heat Conditions

Taught By:
Nate Mohler, L.Ac. MSOMflower

Nate is an acupuncturist and herbalist and teaches Colorado wild plant medicine and traditional Chinese plant medicine at the Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder as well as with Shuhari Health Works. He also teaches acupuncture and supervises in the student clinics of both the Southwest Acupuncture College and the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He practices acupuncture and herbs at McIntyre Community Acupuncture and Wellness in Golden.

When and Where:
Saturday, May 14th from 10:00am until 12:00pm
McIntyre Community Acupuncture and Wellness
5211 McIntyre Street, Golden, CO 80403

At the door: $35 (seating limited to 15)
Early registration ($25 if before May 7th)

For reservations: www.shuharihealthworks.com/workshops or 941-228-5819
Lecture will include:

  • How and where these plants grow
  • Detailed information for identifying these plants
  • Medicinal actions of selected parts of the plant from an ethnobotanical and classical Chinese medicine perspective
  • How to incorporate these herbs into your medicine cabinet or herbal practice
  • Sampling of several of the discussed plants as teas

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