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 …
Golden Monkey Loose-Leaf Black Tea What Are the Best Ways to Treat Stress? 1. Cordycepts
are a therapeutic fungus found at the high altitudes in China and
are one of the most valued medicinal fungi in Chinese medicine.Research dating back to 1843 suggests
the use of cordyceps to help strengthen and rebuilding the body after
exhaustion or long term illness.It
is used by athletes to recover after a heavy workout. 2. Ashwangandha
known as a
classic rejuvenating herb in Indian medicine, ashwagandha has
been shown to enhance adaptability to both physical and chemical stress.For instance, mice pretreated with
ashwagandha and subjected to physical stress showed increased endurance,
it can prevent stress induced ulcers.
is greatly valued as a tonic, a substance that acts to normalize body function
and biochemistry. According to traditional Chinese medicine the individual
who will benefit from Ginseng is overwhelmed and exha…