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  • The two-year course combines traditional Chinese medicine with Western herbalism and European phytotherapy.

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  • It contains Qi-based healing, which is energy healing with an Asian emphasis—these programs tend to discuss the meridians, the five elements, and other elements of traditional Chinese medicine.

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  • Shanghai Tang boutiques feature elegant designs with a traditional Chinese touch.

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  • The first section, Introduction to Herbalism and Local Medicinal Plants, is an introduction to phytotherapy, Ayurveda, and traditional Chinese medicine.

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  • The foundation offers an herbalist training course that encompasses both Western phytotherapy and traditional Chinese medicine in seven sections of training.

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  • • Herbology: identifying health problems and recommending both Western and traditional Chinese herbal preparations to address them.

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  • As we stood in the back garden among the lush greenery and hanging paper lanterns, waitstaff in vivid-blue cheongsam—the traditional Chinese long gown—and quilted silk jackets carried dishes from the kitchen.

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  • Herbology includes traditional Chinese herbology, Western herbology, and the medicinal knowledge and folk herbal traditions of many groups—particularly indigenous groups—worldwide.

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