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This seminar examines how to approach these potential drug-herb interactions. Both the nine drugs and ten herbs most prone to drug-herb interactions will be discussed.
Think of this series as pharmaceutical course “lite” for Chinese medical practioners. We are going to talk about all of the major drug categories, get into why they are prescribed, how they work, and the dangers to be on the look out for.
This course looks at basic pharmacology principles including pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics in a fascinating exploration. These concepts are explicitly applied to Chinese medicine and herbology.
This course takes the basic pharmacology principles discussed in the Basics of Pharmacology course, including the ADME scheme and the therapeutic index, and applies them to understanding and predicting drug-herb interactions.
Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) drugs as a class are often used by patients of acupuncturists and Chinese medical practitioners. This seminar examines major ANS drugs and the dangers Chinese medical practitioners need to be aware of.
Psychiatric drugs as a class are very commonly used in the general population and by patients of acupuncturists and Chinese medical practitioners. This seminar examines major psychiatric drugs and issues when combining with herbs and acupuncture.
Central Nervous System (CNS) drugs as a class have profound effects and are very commonly used by patients of acupuncturists and Chinese medical practitioners.
Greg Sperber examines the 7 steps to avoid herb-drug interactions.