The Three Treasures®
Women's Treasure® and Little Treasures®

"Classical Herbal Supplements for the Modern World"

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Course Overview

Su Wen Press is delighted to offer qualified UK acupuncturists and herbalists a comprehensive CPD training course on the Su Wen Herbs supplements, created by Giovanni Maciocia®, C.Ac (Nanjing), World Renowned Author, Acupuncturist and Herbalist, based on his 39 years of clinical experience and research. The course will cover how the formulas can be integrated into clinical practice offering a new skill set to your patients. This hands-on material can broaden your scope of the therapeutic range, as acupuncture and herbal supplements work complementary, improving results in chronic and acute cases.

Petra Tjeertes, LAc, and Phytotherapist will discuss how practitioners can address the manifestations and/or the root with both herbal supplements and acupuncture and will cover other clinical situations that practitioners encounter, to discover practical solutions where herbal supplements may help.

Our practical course will cover formula strategies, compositions, and pairing. It will provide a holistic overview of the Su Wen Herbs supplements, covering in-depth the families of formulae and each of the 95 formulas that make up The Three Treasures®, Women’s Treasure®, and The Little Treasures® lines. Upon completion of the course, practitioners will be equipped with the necessary tools and knowledge to safely use the Su Wen Herbs supplements in practice.

The course will be held live at the prestigious College of Integrated Chinese Medicine (CICM) and streamed live online via Zoom.

Enrol now to secure your place. If you would like to attend in person, please enrol online and email Laura at llong@cicm.org.uk to book your in-person place.

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Duration: 3 days CICM Logo

Lecturer: Petra Tjeertes

Cost: Free

Course venue: Taught live at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine (CICM) and streamed live online via Zoom

CPD: 20 CPD hours upon successful completion of the course

2024 course dates:

Wednesday 17 July, 10:00 - 17:00

Thursday 18 July, 10:00 - 17:00

Friday 19 July, 10:00 - 17:00

Lunch: 13:00 - 14:00


 

2024 Programme

 

Day 1 - Wednesday 17 July. 10:00 - 17:00

1. Introduction to Chinese Herbal Therapy

  • Temperatures & flavors
  • Formulae composition
  • Understanding herbal formulae composition and herb pairs function (dui yao principal)
  • Type of formulations; decoctions, powders etc.)
  • Dosage

2. In clinic

  •  Introduction to Su Wen Herbs categories 
  • Formulae strategies
  • Basics of combining formulae
  • Contra – indications or interactions with synthetic medication

3. Introduction to The Three Treasures categories Nourishing, Nourishing and Clearing and Clearing formula

  • formulae strategies
  • discussion on the ingredients
  • basics of combining these formulae
  • practical information from daily practice

4. Introduction to The Three Treasures categories Calming the Mind, Releasing the Exterior and Chemo and Radio Support

  • five Shen
  • manifestations of Emotional and Mind disturbances
  • balanced formula
  • Introduction of The Three Treasures category releasing the Exterior
  • formulae strategies
  • basics of herbal ingredients in the formulae: Dui Yao’s, chief herbs etc.
  • practical information from daily practice combining Su Wen Herb formulae with acupuncture
  • formulae strategies Chemo and Radio Support
  • basics of combining these formulae
  • practical information from daily practice

Day 2 - Thursday 18 July. 10:00 - 17:00

5. Families of The Three Treasures

  • Bi Syndromes
  • ‘Palace of Yang’ syndromes
  • Gu Syndromes

6. Introduction to The Three Treasures formulae for Wind Heat syndromes attacking the Lungs

  • formulae strategies
  • discussion on the ingredients
  • basics of combining these formulae

7. Women’s Treasure

  • formulae strategies
  • discussion on the ingredients
  • basics of combining these formulae

Day 3 - Friday 19 July. 10:00 - 17:00

8. The Little Treasures, Paediatric formulas explained

  • formulae strategies
  • discussion on the ingredients
  • basics of combining these formulae

9. Contra-Indications & Herb/Drug Interactions

  • herb/drug Interactions
  • combinations with popular Western herbs and/or orthomolecular supplements
  • lifestyle
  • In modern practice some case studies

10. Extra case studies & Final Questions

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Lecturer

Petra Tjeertes, LAc. and Phytotherapist

A member of the Su Wen Herbs Practitioner Support Team, Petra specializes in skin problems, pain relief treatments, psychological problems and cosmetic acupuncture and is currently studying at Nanjing University for her PhD specializing in dermatology in TCM.

Through her passion and motivation to understand the action potentials of Chinese herbal formulae Petra gained fast knowledge in the TCM field. Her knowledge and enthusiasm for phytotherapy ensures she is invited on a regular basis to lecture and assist in congresses. Petra is the secretary of the Dong Xi Oost West Foundation and has helped to create a virtual platform where knowledge is exchanged and shared with doctors and practitioners in the TCM field.

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Su Wen Press is a registered food business in the UK. The Three Treasures®, Women's Treasure® and Little Treasures® are food supplements, as prescribed by a qualified practitioner. They are not intended to treat, prevent, diagnose or cure any disease. Do not take if nursing or pregnant. Not intended to replace a varied diet. Not to be consumed for longer than 3 months on a continued basis. References to internal organs have been capitalised (eg ‘Heart’ as opposed to ‘heart’) to reflect their symbolic meaning. They are not to be interpreted in a medical or literal physiological sense.

The Su Wen Herbs training course does not constitute Chinese herbal medicine training. It is recommended that members interested in learning more about Chinese Herbal Medicine should undertake a high-quality training course accredited by the EHTPA allowing them to join the RCHM.