Medicinal Mushrooms in Practice
Conference suitable for alternative medicine practitioners and naturopathic students
Duration : 6 hours
Date : May 3rd, 2019
Schedule : from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Price : $69
Have you been wanting to incorporate medicinal mushrooms more in your practice but are unsure how to do so safely, or are you looking for the latest information out there to deepen your current knowledge?
Join Jerry Angelini for a full day, in depth, conference on the modern scientific knowledge, clinical applications, as well as traditional uses of the most common medicinal mushrooms.
The conference will cover the following mushrooms: Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi), Cordyceps militaris, Ionotus obliquus (Chaga), Hericium erinaceus (Lion’s Mane), Trametes versicolor (Turkey Tail), Grifola frondosa (Maitake), Fomitopsis Officinalis (Agarikon) and Lentinula edodes (Shiitake).
More specifically, Jerry Angelini will:
- Review taxonomy, extraction methods, active compounds, how mushrooms interact with immune cells as well as their impact on our microbiome. For eg he will discuss each part of the mushroom and its specific concentration of active ingredients;
- Discuss methods of action, indications, therapeutic doses, side effects, herb/drug interactions and toxic doses of the above mentioned mushrooms. As we become more familiar with the activity of various compounds from mushrooms, we see that they have multiple activities dependent upon whether they are being utilized as food by microorganisms inhabiting the intestinal tract or because they are triggering innate and acquired immune cell activity within the peyer’s patches. Many detailed mechanisms will be explored, for eg:
o The role of polysaccharides and fatty acid complexes on different immune cells including NK cells, macrophages and dendritic cells;
o The stabilizing effect of Cordyceps and its active constituent cordycepin on Mast cells as well as its ability to reduce other avenues of hyper-reactivity in the bronchial tubes and airways, including IgE but also IL4, IL5 and IL13; all associated with allergic reactivity and mucous hypersecretion;
o The impact of Chaga compounds on the Bronchial Associated Lymphatic Tissue (BALT) and Gut Associated Lymphatic Tissue (GALT).
Jerry Angelini, MS, LRC, LMT
Jerry is an integrative practitioner drawing from over 30 years of experience.
He has worked extensively with Paul Stamets and is a leading, international authority on medicinal mushrooms.
He has a Masters of Science degree in Rehabilitation Medicine/Counseling from Boston University, and is trained in Clinical Aromatherapy and Planetary Herbalism (including Western, Ayurvedic and Chinese Herbal Studies).
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This conference is offered concomittantly in class or throught a webinar :
- IN CLASS : to attend the conference you need to come on site to the EESNQ (EESNQ Montréal : 3875 rue Saint-Urbain, H2W 1T9, Montréal). This will allow you to meet physically the other participants, the speaker, and interact in person during the conference.
- THROUGH A WEBINAR : to attend the webinar, you need to connect yourself to our webinar platform (see access modalities here). This will allow you to easily join the conference online, and interact and ask questions through our chatline.
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