Advanced Gemmotherapy: Supporting Aging, June 22
|Jun 22, 2020 at 01:30 pm||Jun 22, 2020 at 03:00 pm|
|Supporting Aging with Gemmos|
Jun 22, 2020 - 01:30 pm
to 3 p.m. (CST)
There is exciting new research that will guide this exploratory module on Gemmotherapy and aging. Learn what symptoms can still be resolved and which can be improved to bring comfort and ease in this later stage of life.
- Learn about antioxidants and brain health and which extracts contain high levels of antioxidants
- Learn about the effects of uric acid on aging and extracts that help to eliminate it
- Learn about the connection between immunity and bone health and extracts that support both
Price: $65 per session or $50 each if you register for four or more in the Advanced Gemmotherapy series. Use coupon code ADVGEMMO at checkout!
There are five topic-specific modules that make up the Advanced Gemmotherapy series. Modules can be taken individually and in any order. This advanced series is designed to build on the information learned in Foundations of Gemmotherapy 1 and 2 as well as your practical application of that information. Participants benefit from the high-level discussions that allow for specific clarifications and a general deepening of understanding of the actions of each extract and how they can best be applied to restore immunity. The challenges participants have faced as well as successes are what will enrich the course.
The completion of Foundations of Gemmotherapy 1 & 2, as well as some solid personal experience with the extracts, is expected prior to enrollment.
Advanced Gemmotherapy is a live, interactive online course presented in a single, 90-minute session. You’ll receive login details for Zoom video conferencing upon registration, plus access to a Google folder with class materials.
To gain the most from this interactive experience, you’re expected to participate live on a laptop with a video camera. Each session is recorded for later review.
More about gemmotherapy:
Gemmotherapy is based on the research of Belgian physician and homeopath Pol Henry, who conducted the first known comprehensive research on the therapeutic qualities of plant buds. Named for the “gem” of the plant, Gemmotherapy extracts owe their unique capabilities to the meristem cells included from individual trees and shrubs.
Entered into the European pharmacopoeia nearly fifty years ago, the study of Gemmotherapy has often been limited to learning the existing materia medica. Gemmotherapy with Lauren Hubele is different. Although an overview of the existing knowledge is included, each series focuses on how the body heals — and how the extracts, when used in a systematic method, will restore immunity.
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