Constitutional Herbalism & Therapeutics course: Lesson 04 of 12 – Michael Moore
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Constitutional Herbalism & Therapeutics course:
Lesson 11 of 12
Author: Michael Moore
Published by: Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Description: 5 MP4 videos, 1 PDF of the Intake sheets.
Constitutional Herbalism and Therapeutics Course from the Southwest School of Botanical Medicine ? Lesson Eleven
The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine continues to offer distance learning programs that represent Michael Moore?s herbal wisdom and the unique knowledge he accumulated during three decades of teaching and a lifetime of studying medicinal plants.
These programs, which include an extensive library of Michael in the classroom setting.
The Constitutional and Therapeutics course and the Materia Medica course, taken together, represent the last class taught by Michael ?Moore at the Southwest School of Botanical Medicine, in the spring of 2006. ?
The Herbal Theraputics and ?Constitutional Evaluation discusses the organ system of the body and is dealt with in physiologic terms, therapeutic and treatment methods, and constitutional aspects.
The specific tonic herbs for each organ system or stress type are presented and explored in depth.
The Constitutional Workbook and school manuals, patient record forms, work sheets and intake forms are supplied, as well as specific reference material referred to in the lectures.
There are over 120 hours of lectures and 12 Lessons.
This is Lesson 11 which covers:
Patients 5, 6, 7 intake and evaluations
Refer to the ?Principles and Practice of Constitutional Physiology for Herbalists? PDF materials contained in the “Michael Moore ? SWSBM ? Clinical Manuals” at:
The quiz is as much an indication of what?s important as it is a test, and is meant to be completed while viewing the lectures?an open DVD test. ?
Michael Moore was one of the great teachers and shapers of the revival of American Herbalism in the second half of the 20th century. ?
His sense of humor and storytelling prowess were legendary. ?
The encyclopedic knowledge of plants that he held ? after nearly 40 years spent as a scholar, herb trader and picker, ethnobotanist, clinician, teacher, and writer ? was unmatched. ?
He believed in whole plant medicines, promoted the use and understanding of local botanicals, and urged all his students to become proficient herbalists capable of understanding, recognizing, making and employing their own medicines. ?
Michael loved sharing what he knew, and loved to see folks exited about using what they learned from him. ?
These courses are the culmination of his life?s work. ?
They represent the video and audio record of the last Southwest School of Botanical Medicine program that he taught in 2006.
Michael Moore was the author of numerous classic works on the herbal plants of the West and Southwest, including Medicinal Plants of the Desert and Canyon West (MNMP),
the companion guide to Medicinal Plants of the Mountain West, as well as a host of clinical herb manuals, including Herbal Materia Medica, now in its fifth edition.
Michael Moore opened his first herb store in Encino, California, in 1974, now Herbs Etc. of Santa Fe, New Mexico,
and was the founder and director of Southwest School of Botanical Medicine in Bisbee, Arizona.
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