Five Important Wild Vermont Medicinals: A Chinese Medicine Perspective

Posted April 16th, 2013 by VCIH

with Brendan Kelly, Jade Mountain Wellness
Wednesday April 24, 6-9pm
$15 members/$17 non-members

Discover some of the lesser known and lesser used, but medicinally important plants of Vermont.  Grounded in the deep reaching diagnostic and treatment traditions of Chinese Medicine, Brendan will give in-depth accounts of turkey tail, reishi, bloodroot, wild ginger, and black birch.  Detailed handouts will be provided.

Brendan Kelly is an acupuncturist and western and Chinese herbalist practicing at Jade Mountain Wellness in Burlington, VT. He has been integrating Chinese medicine and western herbs clinically for the past 10 years, and has been studying, teaching and practicing natural medicine for 20 years. He teaches at universities, colleges, schools and conferences nationwide and is on the faculty at Johnson State College in Vermont and the Academy for Five Element Acupuncture in Florida.