Combining Western Herbs and Chinese Medicine 15-day Basic Training with Jeremy Ross and Dr. Lingky Tan-Bleinroth
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Who can benefit from this course?
This course is suitable for practitioners with a basic understanding of the organ syndromes of Chinese medicine. For example, doctors, acupuncture practitioners, Western herbalists, and Chinese herbalists. No prior training in Western herbs or Chinese herbs is required.
Note: This training is about Western herbs, although a few Chinese herbs are included.
Combining Western Herbs, Chinese Medicine, and Phytopharmacology
Jeremy has developed a new system that successfully integrates three paradigms:
- Western herbal tradition
- Chinese medicine
This 15-day training provides the foundation for this system, and is the foundation for safe and effective treatment, using Western herbs.
The 15-day training emphasizes clinical practice, and participants are encouraged to use the herbs in clinical practice from the second day of the training, and given full details of dose, dispensing and safety.
New system of Diagnosis and Treatment
Jeremy has developed a new practical system for diagnosis and treatment that can be used in both acupuncture and herbal medicine. This system is useful for beginners and advanced users alike. This system makes choice of single herbs and herb combinations quick, easy, and accurate.
4 Imbalances and 5 Organs
The heart of this new system is the concept that all illness can be defined in terms of the 4 main things that go wrong with energy of the body: Deficiency, Stagnation, Disturbance, and Excess. The principles of treatment to correct these Imbalances are tonify, move, calm, and drain respectively.
There are over 90 different Organ syndromes in Chinese medicine. Jeremy's system simplifies this complexity by organizing these syndromes in terms of the 4 Imbalances. And for each syndrome, 3 Differential Questions are given that distinguish it from similar syndromes. These Differential Questions are easily understood by patients, and make differential diagnosis and herb choice much easier for the practitioner.
The following free material is available online to participants:
• Interactive pdf of Patient and Herb Diagrams
• Video explaining interactive pdf
• Video explaining 4 Imbalances and 5 Organs
• Video explaining Differential Questions
The following 3 textbooks are essential for the course:
- Integrative Chinesische Medizin by Jeremy Ross: publication date early 2020
- Eine Klinische Materia Medica 2 Auflage by Jeremy Ross
- Die Rezepturen: Der sichere Weg zur individuellen Verschreibung by Jeremy Ross
Herb tasting is an excellent way for practitioners to learn about the energetics of the herbs by direct experience. And it's fun!
- single herbs over 20 different Western herbs are tasted during the 15-day training, and systematic records are kept of tastes, temperature effects, and direction of energy
- herb combinations over 20 different herb combinations are tasted and tested, so that practitioners can feel the effectiveness of these combinations in their own bodies.
Tasting is voluntary
Jeremy studied biology at the University of Birmingham, specializing in plant physiology and biochemistry. He gained a Licentiate in acupuncture in 1977, and a Doctorate in acupuncture 1985. He became a member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists UK in 1982, and completed a two-year training in Chinese herbal medicine with Ted Kaptchuk in 1988, followed by further training at the International College in Nanjing, China. For 25 years, Jeremy Ross has specialized on the integration of Western Herbs, Chinese Medicine, and Phytopharmacology. He is the international leader in this field, and the author of three textbooks on this topic.
Lingky Tan-Bleinroth MD
General practitioner. Medical studies at University Witten / Herdecke and USA. training. General medicine in Bonn, Berlin, Brussels. Since1987 education and training in Chinese medicine with Jeremy Ross, Yuning Wu, Wang Ju-Yi (Applied Channel Theory), Radha Thambirajah et al. Diploma in Naturopathic Medicine, A and B Diploma in Acupuncture (German Medical Association). ÖÄK diploma in acupuncture and TCM. Since 2005 own practice in Vienna. Since 2009 teaching Combining Western herbs and Chinese medicine in Austria, Germany, Portugal and Poland. 2013 - 2016 Study visit to Beijing.
Dates: 06.–08.03.2020; 19.–21.06.2020; 11.–13.09.2020; 20.–22.11.2020; 26.–28.03.2021
Day / Time: Fr.–So., 9:00–17:00
Hours: 105 h