tonic herbs with Miles Coleman

Tonic Herbs with Miles Coleman pt 2

03- Tonic Herbs with Miles Coleman pt 2

Welcome to Part 2 of our series with Miles Coleman! Last week we discussed what tonic herbs do for your body, and how they are important to our constitutions. Today, we start to break down tonic herbs further into 4 main categories: Yin, Yang, Blood, and Qi. Join us as we dive deeper into tonic herbs in this episode of Tonic Herbs with Miles Coleman pt 2!



Shownotes

2:48 – Hsin Fa School
4:52 – Tongue Diagnosis
5:32 – Roadmap of the tongue
7:10 – Tongue diagnosis can give more information than clients give
9:21 – Recap of Tonic Herbs with Miles Coleman pt 1
12:35 – Sympathetic and Parasympathetic
15:00 – What is more common, Deficient Yin or Deficient Yang
17:56 – Yin tonic herbs and formulas
18:40 – Rehmannia for Yin Deficiencies
19:48 – Western digestive abilities
21:21 – Westerners ability to digest Rehmannia
24:08 – Asparagus Root for Yin Tonics
26:38 – Yang tonic herbs and formulas
27:23 – What is menopause considered in TCM
28:25 – Aconite helps to spark the kidneys
28:55 – Kidney Yang can rule bones, so specific herbs can help with bone damage and degradation
29:19 – Herbs that are used in Hit Medicine (Trauma Medicine)
31:04 – Paradoxical herbs that can be Yang and Yin
31:50 – Herbs aren't just plant material




32:33 – Herbal info comes from clinical experience and thousands of years of practice
34:28 – Hit Medicine kits and formulas
38:25 – Blood tonic herbs and formulas
41:18 – Lycii/Goji Berry
43:39 – How important are Blood tonics
45:20 – Formulas to help with flexability
49:19 – Qi tonic herbs and formulas
50:00 – Ginseng
51:34 – Astragalus for gently building Qi
52:13 – Astragalus for cancer treatments
53:27 – Adaptogens, the ability to adapt to stress
54:23 – Qi tonics for different training types
56:28 – Sourcing of herbs, Mayway Herbs, NuHerbs, Dragon Herbs
59:46 – Consultations with Miles Coleman

Learn More About Miles Coleman

Website: www.blackbeltherbs.com

Facebook: Hsin Fa School , Black Belt Herbs , Ling Qi

American Herbalist Guild: www.americanherbalistsguild.com/

Programs: Hsin Fa School   Consultations

Thank you for listening to this episode of the Summit For Wellness Podcast. If you enjoyed Tonic Herbs with Miles Coleman pt 2, then subscribe to our channel so you can listen to all the latest episodes.

02- Tonic Herbs with Miles Coleman pt 1

Have you ever felt like your body was “off”, like something was just not quite working right. Maybe it is your ability to think properly, or maybe your energy levels. These are typically signs of disharmony within the body, and is your body's way of telling you that it needs help. In comes tonic herbs. These are herbs that help to bring your body back to harmony. In this episode of the Summit For Wellness Podcast, we sit down with Miles Coleman to discuss how to approach disease from a Traditional Chinese Medicine approach. Miles has so much knowledge to share that we couldn't fit all this into 1 episode! This week we build together an intro into tonic herbs, and discuss how tonic herbs interact with the body. Next week we will dive deeper into specific tonic herbs. Please enjoy this episode of Tonic Herbs with Miles Coleman pt 1!



Shownotes

1:49 – The start of Miles Coleman Disciplines
2:44 – Disciplines woven in Chinese culture
3:59 – Hsin Fa School
6:09 – Length of Herbal School
7:36 – Will there be martial arts or Qi Gong in Hsin Fa School
10:23 – Find out more info at blackbeltherbs.com
11:24 – What is Qi
13:42 – Balancing Qi utilizing herbs
14:19 – 5 branches of Chinese Medicine: Acupuncture, Tuina, Food Therapy, Herbalism, and Qi Gong
14:35 – Herbalist utilizes herbs to balance the body
15:59 – How Qi becomes deficient in today's society
16:43 – Overeating creates deficiencies within the body
18:44 – Can you over-tonify your Qi?
20:28 – Chinese formulas are to balance out the herbs and their reactions
21:21 – What are tonic herbs and formulas
22:17 – Classic Qi tonic




22:28 – Blood tonics
22:40 – Yin and Yang tonics
24:03 – Can an herb or formula tonify all 4 areas of Blood, Qi, Yin, and Yang
25:54 – There aren't many formulas in Chinese Medicine like Western Medicine, what does that mean?
26:45 – TCM not based on Western Diseases, it is based on Pattern Discrimination
27:40 – 1 pattern of disharmony could translate into dozens of western diseases
29:18 – How to help ourselves from the TCM perspective
31:17 – Chinese hospitals integrating Western and Chinese Medicine
33:12 – Specific instances when TCM or Western Medicine is chosen as the primary model
36:06 – When people usually switch over to alternative medicine
38:13 – Alternative Medicine works hard to find root causes to illnesses
40:44 – The culture of distraction
41:40 – Differentiating Qi, Blood, Yin, and Yang
47:12 – Teaching tonic herbs at the Hsin Fa School

Learn More About Miles Coleman

Website: www.blackbeltherbs.com

Facebook: Hsin Fa School , Black Belt Herbs , Ling Qi

American Herbalist Guild: www.americanherbalistsguild.com/

Programs: Hsin Fa School   Consultations

Thank you for listening to this episode of the Summit For Wellness Podcast. If you enjoyed Tonic Herbs with Miles Coleman pt 1, then subscribe to our channel so you can listen to all the latest episodes.

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