In collaboration with Jing Fang Conference... Professor Robert Yao will be teaching a course Treating Female Infertility and Related Disorders at the Jing Fang Conference. He will teach students how to identify various body patterns which are present in infertile women and how to assign the correct formulas. The properties of these formulas will be explored so that you are able to understand the mechanisms behind them. You will also learn how to adjust these formulas clinically according to each patient’s body pattern and formula indications. After being taught by Dr Yao, you will be able to expertly prescribe the appropriate treatment for different cases of infertility.
Prof Yao has dedicated over 30 years to TCM and is now one of the experts of Jing Fang. He is also fluent in English and medical terms of English. Tickets are on sale now! Don’t forget, RCHM members receive an exclusive 10% discount of all tickets when using the code RCHM10: bit.ly/2HT5RCJ... See MoreSee Less
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KEEP sprinkling the nutmeg on those cappuccinos as the spice can help prevent liver damage, according to a study today. The ingredient commonly added to pies and other foods already has superfood stat...
Good morning! We hope you all had a wonderful bank holiday weekend! We found this article by Alys Fowler in the Guardian
'It is no secret that I think with my stomach. And as summer approaches, my thoughts turn greedily to herbs. But let’s be adventurous here: a single plant of something new can radically change your cooking, offering new pairings and flavours....'
One of the herbs mentioned, houttuynia cordata, is used in Chinese herbal medicine. Your fully trained RCHM member will know how best to prescribe and use it within an individually tailored formula.