Join us for a lecture on Homeopathic Fungi Remedies: Achieve CE credits and learn how to identify the patient needing one of the fascinating fungi remedies that will be examined in this lecture.
The mysterious world of the fungi exists above, and underground, hidden from view, yet in plain sight, if we know where to look. In this lecture, we will do exactly that. We will explore this unique group of remedies, understanding the nature of the substance as a group, and as individually differentiated remedies. Fungi remedies have a unique position between plants and drugs both medicinally and in common usage. Learn how to spot the patients needing fungi remedies, from presenting pathology, the way they speak, their unique view of the world and relationships in it and to it. Understand the power of these potent yet toxic mushrooms in society historically, as well as our common everyday interactions with them currently.
Some of the species that will be covered include: multiple Agaricus remedies, Bovista, Psyl and Ergot, Candida, Aspergillus, Cordyceps, Secale, Ustilago and Sticta.
Bring your enthusiasm, questions and curiosity to learn all about this amazing group of remedies. This is going to be a FULL day’s class, accessible over ZOOM.
Instructor: Joy Burlton
Joy Burlton received her Bachelor of Health Sciences Degree from the University of Western Ontario, always having had an interest in medicine. After a lot of investigation into different modalities she discovered homeopathy and found it to be a perfect fit for the type of deep healing she valued.
Homeopathy, she found was the perfect tool to aid others in experiencing this type of healing and lasting health. She then went on to achieve Honours in her four-year post-graduate Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Health Sciences at the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine (OCHM).
Joy is a licensed Homeopath and has been practicing in Toronto since 2007. She has enjoyed growing her practice and raising more awareness about homeopathy in Toronto and surrounding areas. Joy is part of the faculty at OCHM and is a clinical supervisor. Our students love her depth and breadth of knowledge and the many case examples she brings to her teaching.