Pharmacoenergetics and Phytoprevention: Keys to Our Herbal Future

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Gabriel Mojay shares with participants a therapeutic understanding of medicinal plant extracts, aqueous and volatile, which is at once pharmacological and bioenergetic, evidence-based and empirical. Gabriel focuses on this combined scientific-TCM interpretation of herbal and aromatic therapeutic activities with special reference to the antimutagenic, neuroprotective, and anticancer properties of aromatic herbs — in particular, including Salvia, Rosmarinus, Matricaria, and Santalum.

While scientific medicine seeks to develop chemopreventive compounds to prevent carcinogenesis, phytomedicines offer a far greater degree of both efficacy and safety in terms of cancer prevention, and offer a “phytopreventive” alternative to conventional chemoprevention. In summary, the pharmaco-energetic understanding of herbal medicines together with applying in clinical practice their profound phytopreventive properties are vital keys to the future of contemporary herbalism.

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  • Class Recording Part 1
  • Class Recording Part 2