2018 Natural Medicine Symposium

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2018 Natural Medicine Symposium

 

Join us at SUNY Canton on Saturday, April 28th for our second annual symposium on Natural Medicine, "“Bridging the Gap: Nature and Chemistry”.  The event takes place from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm in Payson Hall (Room 219), and it features presentations by experts in the field:

  • Paula Youmell, RN, Wise Woman Nurse®, will present on ."Take control of your health using the rejuvenating & disease preventing properties of whole foods & common herbs.” 
  • Aswini Pai, PhD,St. Lawrence University, will present on “Eastern medicine, Western plants: a closer look at the exchange of traditional and new age herbal medicine.”

 

The full schedule is listed below. Please advertise the event with this flyer.  We hope to see you there!

 

Schedule for April 28th in Payson 219:

10:00 am     Welcoming Notes

 

Part One: Paula Youmell, RN, Wise Women Nurse® 
10:15 am    Lecture: “Take your health into your own hands using the rejuvenating & disease preventing properties of whole foods and common medicinal herbs”
11:00 am     Group Activity: Herbal Infusions- the overlooked benefits of extended steeping time for increased flavor & medicinal properties

12:00 pm    Lunch Break (Bring your own or go out in Canton)
1:00 pm    Natural medicine trivia game with prizes

 

Part Two: Aswini Pai, PhD, St. Lawrence University
1:15 pm    Lecture: “Eastern medicine, Western plants: a closer look at the exchange of traditional and new age herbal medicine” 
 2:00 pm     Group Activity: Do you know your eastern spices and their medicinal value?
3:00 pm     Final Remarks & Adjourn :

 

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Stinging nettles (Urtica dioica) are useful for making herbal infusions, as they contain several vitamins and carotenoids.

Picture by Uwe H. Friese - CC BY-SA 3.0

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