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Science of Clinical Use of Cannabis, Literature Review with Ingrid Bauer, MD

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

This class will emphasize existing peer reviewed literature on the use of Cannabis sp. and various cannabinoids. This class will inspire, invite hope, and soberly slice through some of the knots of myth and hype that surround this important plant medicine.

2 Category 1 CEU's pending for California Licensed Acupuncturists (CEP Provider 538).

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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.

With experience that bridges Western and Eastern medicine, Ingrid brings rigorous scientific knowledge as a co-owner of Five Flavor Herbs. A graduate of the UC Berkeley/UCSF Joint Medical Program and the American School of Herbalism in Santa Cruz, CA, Ingrid integrates plant-based medicine into mainstream healthcare. She is currently a resident at Highland Hospital. Ingrid is passionate about bringing holistic care to people from all walks of life. Her master’s research focused on Latino health beliefs and traditional medicine at a bilingual clinic in Oakland, CA, and she teaches workshops about herbal medicine at conferences and schools, including UC Berkeley. Ingrid is an avid cook, yoga practitioner, gardener, and Spanish language enthusiast.

With experience that bridges Western and Eastern medicine, Ingrid brings rigorous scientific knowledge as a co-owner of Five Flavor Herbs. A graduate of the UC Berkeley/UCSF Joint Medical Program and the American School of Herbalism in Santa Cruz, CA, Ingrid integrates plant-based medicine into mainstream healthcare. She is currently a resident at Highland Hospital.

Ingrid is passionate about bringing holistic care to people from all walks of life. Her master’s research focused on Latino health beliefs and traditional medicine at a bilingual clinic in Oakland, CA, and she teaches workshops about herbal medicine at conferences and schools, including UC Berkeley.

Ingrid is an avid cook, yoga practitioner, gardener, and Spanish language enthusiast.