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Sunday, Apr 28, 1:00 PM PDT · 4 hours

The Treatment of Common Gynecologic Complaints with Herbal Medicine

April 28, 2019 at 01:00:00 PM · Pacific Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

This course will discuss various gynecologic complaints, including bleeding and pain disorders. It discuss differential diagnosis, symptomatology and principals, and herbal treatments. External applications will also be discussed, including information and instructions. Also discussion on specific herbal treatments, such as wash-compresses, douches, and warm pressings.


Speaker: Andy Ellis, Caroline Radice, DACM, LAc.

LIVE in Person & LIVE webinar

Class Length: 4 hrs

CEU: Yes - 4 hrs (California approved) (NCCAOM approved)

*Sun Ten Laboratories is sponsoring this class by providing paid attendees a $20 gift certificate that can be used for Sun Ten's Classic, ProBotanixx, and Healthy & Natural products with a minimum $50 purchase.


  • I. Bleeding disorders: A.) Normal/Abnormal Presentations, B.) Differential Diagnosis, C.) Symptomology and Principles, D.) Herbal Treatments for Bleeding disorders and modifications
  • II. Pain disorders: A.) Dysmenorrhea presentations, B.) Differential Diagnosis, C.) Symptomology and Principles, D.) Herbal Treatments and modifications, E.) Other Menstrual Pain disorders and Treatments
  • III. Benefits and Uses of External Applications in Gynecology: A.) General information about external applications including advantages and cautions B.) Instructions for making and applying washes, compresses, douches, warm pressings, ointments and other applications used in gynecology
  • IV. Specific External Herbal Treatments in Gynecology: A.) Wash-compresses B.) Warm pressings C.) Douches
Who can view: People who attended or registered for the webinar only
Webinar Price: $20.00
Webinar ID: 64d05ab05871
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Author, Founder of Spring Wind Herbs
Andrew Ellis first studied Chinese medicine with Dr. James Tin Yau So at the New England School of Acupuncture. He left New England in 1983 to study Chinese language in Taiwan and apprenticed with Chinese herbalist Xu Fu-Su there for several...
Webinar hosting presenter
After receiving her B.A. in Psychology and Biology from Boston University in 1990, Caroline taught and traveled in Asia, exploring the philosophies of the East. She returned to San Francisco where she received her Master’s of Science in...
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Oriental Healing Arts Institute webinar platform hosts The Treatment of Common Gynecologic Complaints with Herbal Medicine
The Oriental Healing Arts Institute (OHAI) is a nonprofit educational organization disseminating the knowledge and improving the practice of Chinese medicine.