Topical Remedies for Infectious Disease with Benjamin Zappin, LAc

  • Five Flavors Herbs 344 40th Street Oakland, CA, 94609 United States

Many common viral, bacterial, and fungal infections will benefit from topical application of common and uncommon herbal remedies. This class will look at favorable herb/drug interactions for topical infections and at ways that herbs can be used as a primary medicine. This class will weave an intersection of traditional Chinese and Western herbalism w/ herbal pharmacology. Demonstrations of application of unique types of medicinal preparations from around the world will be included.

This class is a part of our Sex, Drugs & Magic Series, offered as a full package for a great discount. Learn more about this incredible offering here.

REFUND POLICY: If you've paid for an individual class in this series we will issue a full refund up until 1 week prior to the class. After 1 week prior to the class we offer no refunds or exchanges.

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Benjamin is one of the Bay Area's most respected and knowledgeable herbalists and a licensed acupuncturist. An esteemed educator, Benjamin regularly lectures at institutions and symposia nationwide. He has been on the faculty of Five Branches University, A.C.C.H.S., East/West School of Herbology, and American School of Herbalism. He has taught at California School of Herbal Studies, UCSF, and many other institutions as a guest lecturer and has been involved in training physicians in natural medicine internationally.  In addition to his work as an herbalist, Benjamin is on the board of directors of Integrative Medicine for the Underserved. He spends his free time cooking and studying music . You can read more about him and his practice here. 

Benjamin is one of the Bay Area's most respected and knowledgeable herbalists and a licensed acupuncturist. An esteemed educator, Benjamin regularly lectures at institutions and symposia nationwide. He has been on the faculty of Five Branches UniversityA.C.C.H.S.East/West School of Herbology, and American School of Herbalism. He has taught at California School of Herbal StudiesUCSF, and many other institutions as a guest lecturer and has been involved in training physicians in natural medicine internationally.  In addition to his work as an herbalist, Benjamin is on the board of directors of Integrative Medicine for the Underserved. He spends his free time cooking and studying music . You can read more about him and his practice here.