The importance of heat illness in the 21st century
June 19-20, 2021
The lecturer observes an increase in heat signs and heat illnesses (wen bing) in her practice. In this seminar, she gives an overview of the history of the Wen bing school, provides an insight into the different syndromes and presents recipes for the treatment of heat illnesses.
Attention. Date has been postponed to the fall because of Covid.
The school of heat illnesses (wen bing) is continuously gaining importance. Our lifestyle and everyday contact with environmental toxins promote heat illnesses. In addition, alcohol, cigarettes, coffee and sugar, as well as a poor and unbalanced diet caused by poverty or an irregular lifestyle, favour the development of heat.
Many, if not most, autoimmune diseases are associated with signs of heat, and the number of patients with such conditions is increasing every year. Some examples are rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, ulcerative colitis and also Sjögren's syndrome. No wonder that the school of heat disorders is now of great importance in our daily practice.
Course language: German
Prerequisite: knowledge of TCM herbal medicine
Corona situation: Registered persons receive a notification two weeks before the seminar whether the event can take place.
Studied at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco and graduated with a Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1996. She has been running her own TCM practice in Berlin since 1997.
She is a lecturer in Chinese pharmacology and acupuncture techniques at the Shou Zhong School in Berlin. Already during her clinical training, Ina Horn came into daily contact with wen bing diseases. In 1999 she met Prof. Wu Boping from Hangzhou. Prof. Wu is an expert in the treatment of heat disorders. Ina Horn attended many of his seminars and sat in on his treatments.
Information ABOUT THE SeminarS
Our seminars take place from 09:00 to 17:00 (unless otherwise stated). Starting at 08:30 there will be coffee and croissants available for participants. Lunch time is from 12:30-13:30, and lunch is included.
For each seminar day, 7 training hours of 60 minutes will be awarded (unless otherwise stated).
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- If the course has already begun, refund of the course fee is not possible. Reimbursement of fees is only possible for health reasons, or in emergencies.
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