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Sep 16, 2018

Paul Bergner discusses many "herban legends" as well as the positive and valid uses of several medicinal herbs.

Today’s episode is audio that was extracted from a webinar that Paul and Sam hosted. For full slides and the original video CLICK HERE.

Thanks to Paul and Sam for sharing with us!


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Paul Bergner
 has studied and practiced herbalism since 1973, with formal training in naturopathy, clinical nutrition, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, flower essences, yoga therapy, and bodywork, undergraduate studies in pre-medicine and psychology, and 50 semester hours of doctoral-level medical studies at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine. He has published the journal Medical Herbalism since 1989, and he has written seven books on medical herbalism, nutrition, Chinese medicine, ethnobotany, and naturopathic medicine. He has also edited periodicals on clinical nutrition and naturopathic medicine.

Paul has taught herbalism and clinical nutrition since 1989. He mentored more than 230 students through clinical residencies at the Rocky Mountain Center for Botanical Studies and the North American Institute of Medical Herbalism in Boulder between 1996 and 2012. He is currently on the clinical faculty of the School of Traditional Western Herbalism in Portland, OR and the Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism in Boulder. He has also taught nutrition academically at both the undergraduate and master’s levels. He lectures on the topics of herbalism and clinical nutrition nationally and internationally.