CONNECT 2024 | A Live Conversation/Q&A on Low Dose Herbs for Cardiovascular Conditions | Eric Yarnell, ND, RH(AHG) & Jillian Stansbury, ND




Cost: Non-members: $97.50 | Member: $52.50 | Student: $22.50

This presentation will discuss clinical indications and use of low-dose herbs for the cardiovascular system, with information based on the presenters' clinical experience. Herbs to be discussed include but are not limited to Colchicum, and Rx Colchicine, Convallaria, Cytisus, Digitalis, Gelsemium, Hylocereus, Rauvolfia and Selenicereus.

Eric Yarnell, ND, RH(AHG) (Bastyr University, 1996) is chief medical officer at Northwest Naturopathic Urology. He has been in practice for 30 years, primarily in the fields of men’s health, urology, and nephrology, with an emphasis on botanical medicine. Dr. Yarnell is chief creative officer of Wild Brilliance Press, vice president of Heron Botanicals, and CEO of Red Root Pharmaceuticals. He previously served as chair of the department of botanical medicine at SCNM, was full professor at Bastyr, and helped edit the Journal of Naturopathic Medicine. His published works include Clinical Botanical Medicine 2nd ed, Natural Approach to Urology 2nd ed, Natural Approach to Prostate Conditions 2nd ed, and Natural Approach to Gastroenterology 2nd ed. He has received the AANP's Vis Award (2014), GastroANP's Borborygmus Award (2020), and NMSA’s Faculty of the Year Award (2018 and 2020).

Dr Jillian Stansbury has practiced in Battle Ground, WA for nearly 35 years, served as the Chair of the Botanical Medicine department at NUNM for many decades and remains on the faculty. She is the author of the award-winning 5 volume textbook series, Herbal Formularies for Healthcare Professionals and teaches widely at herbal, naturopathic, and professional conferences. Dr Stansbury currently runs the BG Healing Arts Apothecary in Battle Ground and leads ethnobotany field courses in the Andes and Amazon.


**This presentation is worth 1.5 Category 1 CE, including 1.5 Pharmacology credits, for Washington-licensed NDs.**

Originally presented May 3rd - 5th, 2024, at WANP's CONNECT 2024 conference.