Clinical Case Studies is designed specifically for students that have completed clinical herbalism level I. In this class the students acquire advanced understanding of the principles and practices of clinical herbalism through discussion of client based etiology, pathology and treatment. Case studies selected from a clinical practice concerning cardiovascular, pulmonary, psychiatry, pain and specific pathologies will be presented and students will be required to devise herbal protocols, discuss indications, contraindications and drug/herb interactions with specifics as to form of preparation and posology of the herbs or preparations ultimately selected. This class requires participation and commitment.
Recommended text: Tarascon Pharmacopoeia 2015 Professional Desk Reference Edition, by Richard J. Hamilton, MD, FAAEM, FACMT, FACEP (7th Ed, 2015 Paperback, Publisher: Tarascon) ISBN-13: 9781284075083. Student purchases from a vendor of their choice.