Taught by Robin DiPasquale, ND Receive the Recording from the webinar. Also comes with the study book.
Gemmotherapy Webinar: Learning to use the buds & young shoots of plants with ROBIN DiPASQUALE, ND
The webinar was recorded and is available for purchase for only $250.00 and includes the study book. This item is drop-shipped directly from Gemmos LLC.
This webinar is sometimes repeated. Contact us to inquire about upcoming webinars OR for a recording of a past webinar.
Gemmotherapy belongs to the realm of Phytotherapy but differs by using the buds/young shoots or stem cells of plants which are particularly effective for drainage due to their detoxifying actions on the body. Gemmos LLC is introducing a new webinar basic training course that is comprehensive, affordable, convenient and recorded in case you miss a session. It was prepared and is taught by Robin DiPasquale, ND, former chair of the Botanical Medicine Dept. at Bastyr University.
8 consecutive weekly 2 hour sessions,
Held at 5:30 pm (PST) / 8:30 pm (EST)
Place: Hosted by Webex you follow on your computer and participate by telephone.
The content will include:
1) A brief overview of what gemmotherapy is, its background and a highlighting of the points that differentiates it from phytotherapy derived from adult plants
2) The 53 gemmotherapy remedies will be reviewed, one by one, highlighting the specific, unique points for each. Some case examples will be given throughout illustrating clinical application of the gemmo remedies.
3) Gemmos will be reviewed based on body systems or physiological actions, for example, lymphatic moving, liver remedies, cardiovascular remedies, skin remedies, etc. This allows participants to begin to differentiate the application of the gemmos in relation to others that may have a similar action or body system application, providing an overall review of the remedies from a different context.
4) An overview on the combining of gemmos in complexes to address common issues and discussing each complex along with its clinical applications.
Robin DiPasquale is a licensed ND and registered herbalist. A graduate from Bastyr University where, upon graduation, she served as didactic and clinical faculty for fifteen years. She was chair of the botanical medicine department for eight years, during which time she developed and implemented the Bachelors of Science in Herbal Sciences degree program. Dr. DiPasquale is a clinical associate professor in the department of biobehavioral nursing and health systems at the University of Washington in the CAM certificate program, and is working with the University of Wisconsin Integrative Medicine Clinic as an ND consultant.
Robin began her study of gemmotherapy while she was a student at Bastyr. She has been able to expand this study through work with several Italian natural medicine practitioners and herbalists while living and traveling in Italy. Robin is published nationally and internationally on works related to herbs and herbal medicine.