Welcome to the

HERBAL MONOGRAPH MAP

Part One:

The Five Keys of Medicinal Plants

Part Two:

Clinical patterns vs. "good for"

Part Three:

Essentials for Therapeutics & Administration

Download the entire
HERBAL MONOGRAPH MAP GUIDEBOOK

Click the links below to view and download the guide associated with each lesson. 

Part 1: The Five Keys of Medicinal Plants

This downloadable PDF contains a writeup of the Five Keys discussed in the video, along with some handy tables of correspondence for herbal tastes, actions, affinities, and energetics. Print them out and stick them on your fridge as a great quick study tool.

Part I: The Herbal Monograph Map Template

Print this out and use as a template for when you're researching, compiling, and organizing your own herbal monographs. This template covers everything laid out here in Part 1... two more templates coming in Part 2 and 3, so be sure to get those when they're released!

Part II: "Good For" vs. Clinical Patterns

This article outlines some of the core differences between approaching herbalism with a "what's it good for?" mindset versus thinking in terms of clinical patterns. These are critical perspectives for integrating a holistic approach to your work with people and plants.

Part II: The Herbal Monograph Map Template

Print this template out and use when you're researching, compiling, and organizing your own plant monographs. This simple template is specifically a way for you to start thinking through and organizing the clinical patterns of the plants.

Part III: Essentials for Therapeutics and Administration

This article outlines the topics discussed in the video and the critical things you need to include in your monographs for them to be not only well-rounded, but clinically relevant.

Part III: The Herbal Monograph Map Template

Print this template out and use when you're researching, compiling, and organizing your own plant monographs. This simple template will help you gather all the essential information for therapeutics and administration.

Part III: Recommended Reading

Everyone always wants to know what the best books are to put on the shelf. So here's a good list of clinically relevant and reliable sources of information for when you do your research on plants to build your own monographs.

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