The New York Herb School - Institute of Herbal Medicine & Nutrition founded by Professor Drew DiVittorio, offers professional certification programs in Classical Chinese Herbology (The Art of Healing with Herbs), and Oriental Dietetics (The Art of Healing with Food). You can join the full programs or just take individual classes. We also offer an online herb shop, a student clinic, cooking classes, wellness retreats, individual and group wellness programs.
This class will teach us how to use herbs, whole foods and medicinal mushrooms to build and balance our life-force energy, regenerate our internal organs, strengthen our immune system, and prevent disease. The topics covered will include: food cures for common ailments such as digestive and immune system disorders, respiratory and cardiovascular problems, allergies, pain management, etc.; the effects of food on mood and emotional well-being; the extraordinary health benefits of mushrooms such as Reishi, Shitake and Maitake (and recipes to prepare and use them); the importance of seasonal eating in Asian medical traditions; healthy weight loss; and longevity-promoting foods and detoxification. Drew will assess participants individually to help each of us design a personalized diet and herbal program. Free intro on Thursday, July 17, at 8pm.A WEEKLY COURSE (3 sessions) Thursdays, July 24–August 7, 8–10pm 14SHN58T Members: $105 / Nonmembers: $115 Early Bird rate $95/$105 by May 29Location …
I despise candy corn. No reason. They never made me sick. I do not eat them but the sight of them makes me crazy. I think my level of Dante's Inferno would be stuck in a room with Rush Limbaugh, a big screen TV showing fox news and a bowl of candy corn. According to the National Confectioners Association, more than 35 million pounds (or nine billion pieces) of candy corn will be produced this year.
Oriental diagnosis is an ancient medical art of reading the body to determine health. The condition of the internal organs is apparent by looking at external features, such as the face, tongue eyes, and ears. This class will provide a step-by-step introduction to the methods of assessment, and diagnosis Oriental medicine.
When you are able to diagnose, you are able to help friends, family, and customers with valuable advice as you will be able to recognize which organ(s) may be imbalanced (hopefully) before it causes a problem.
Saturday & Sunday: November 4 & 5 10AM - 4PM 301 West 55 Street Suite #4 $175.00
Students will gain a working familiarity with meridians and diagnostic points during a full day hands-on workshop on Sunday. Yin/Yang is the Way of heaven and earth, The fundamental principle of the myriad things, The father, and mother of change and transformation, The root of inception and destruction – Su Wen, Yellow Emperor’s Classic. THIS IS A MUST FOR ANY…
Fiber supports fecal excretion of toxins and the
integrity of the intestinal barrier which decreases toxins burden. In
addition fiber can directly bind some toxins thereby removing them before
they enter the body and cause damage.
Hello Everybody, This is a great daily health practice. Something I have been doing for the last 2 years. Why You Should Start Oil Pulling Today. By Morgan Potts (see bio below) Oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic method for detox and rejuvenation. It’s a simple practice, with quite remarkable results. Many have heard of it, but never actually dove in to try it. It definitely has a mystical and exciting vibe around it, which made me eager to try. But what exactly is it? What does it do?
In a (coco)nut shell: To oil pull, simply swish your choice of unrefined, high quality oil in your mouth; similar to the way you would use a mouthwash. My favorite is coconut oil. This can be done anywhere from five to 20 minutes. The process attracts and removes bacteria, toxins, and parasites that live in your mouth or lymph system, and also pulls congestion and mucus from your throat and loosens up your sinuses, which is amazing! With the help of your saliva, all these scary undesirables bind with the …
Uses and Benefits of Grape Seed FlourFrom cooks to health fanatics, adding grape seed flour to your diet will not only bring some great taste and excitement, but will supplement your life with an enrichment of antioxidants far beyond that of some of the most healthy fruits. Grape seed flour is known for its great taste, being part of a gluten-free diet, and can be added to almost every meal of the day including desert! Straight from the best vineyards of Europe, Nature's Approved is adding grape seed flour to its list of foods it considers essential to a healthy way of living. The Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity or ORAC table measures a foods antioxidant capacity. Grape Seed Flour contains specific antioxidants that are the up and coming rave of health fanatics everywhere - OPC's. With the reported ability to increase energy, brain activity, and aid in the healing of inflammation, cardiovascular disease, and a slew of other benefits, OPC's could potentially be the key to …
WORLD RENOWNED HEART SURGEON SPEAKS OUT ON WHAT REALLY CAUSES HEART DISEASE
We physicians with all our training, knowledge and au...thority often
acquire a rather large ego that tends to make it difficult to admit we are wrong. So, here it is. I freely admit to being wrong. As a heart surgeon with 25 years experience and having performed over 5,000 open-heart surgeries, today is my day to right the wrong with medical and scientific fact.
I trained for many years with other prominent physicians labeled “opinion makers.” Bombarded with scientific literature, continually attending education seminars, we opinion makers insisted heart disease resulted from the simple fact of elevated blood cholesterol.
The only accepted therapy was prescribing medications to lower cholesterol and a diet that severely restricted fat intake. The latter of course we insisted would lower cholesterol and heart disease. Deviations from these recommendations were considered heresy and could quite possibly resul…
Golden Monkey Loose-Leaf Black Tea What Are the Best Ways to Heal Your Digestive System? 1. Add food into your diet that can help manage
pathogens such as parasites and fungus.Herbs
such as ginger, garlic, fennel, thyme, and oregano all contain
anti-parasite and anti-fungal properties.If you have acid reflux makes sure you’re tested for H.pylori.H-pylori is a bacterial that is
responsible for the majority of the symptoms associated with acid reflux.
2. Enhance your digestive system with digestive
need enzymes such as lipase, protease, and lactase to facilitate the
digestion of fats, protein and sugar.You can purchase a digestive enzyme supplement from the health food
store which can be taken at every meal.If you want to go the herbal route try Sweetish Bitters. Sweetish
Bitters is a time tested herbal remedy which contains the herb gentian
root, it is commonly used before and after meals to reduce gas and
bloating. 3. Begi…