Banyan Botanicals Presents Ten Little Known Ayurvedic Herbal Gems | Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa

Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa   


Banyan Botanicals Presents Ten Little Known Ayurvedic Herbal Gems

September 21, 2017 - September 20, 2017
K.P. Khalsa
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Phone at (541) 242 3314, or email at [email protected]

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Since ancient times, the herbs of Mother Earth have been used to heal and soothe. Safe and natural, yet powerfully effective, Ayurvedic herbal remedies are attractive choices for you, because you want to take active responsibility for your own health. Using herbs and spices in the time-honored Ayurvedic style gives us unlimited potential for improved health and wellbeing. But Ayurveda sometimes seems so huge and complex that it may be difficult to know where to begin. Let's dive into Ayurvedic herbalism with ten of the most valuable Ayurvedic herbal gems—when, how, and how much to use them.

In this free webinar, learn how to successfully support healthy stamina, sleep, libido, a pain-free body, and a super-strong immune system. No one should be without the 10 essential Ayurvedic herbs—

Ashoka, Anantamul, Bala, Boswellia, Kalmegh, Kutaja, Musta, Hibiscus, Shardunika and Shankapushpi

If you are less familiar with these traditional churnas, make them part of your Ayurveda repertoire today. If they are already pillars of your successful practice, take your knowledge deeper and plumb the depths of the range of these ancient medicines.

We will also make a recording of the webinar available to everyone who has registered! If you can't make the broadcast, don't worry, you can watch the recording later at your convenience.

Once you have registered, you will receive an email with details on how to access the webinar from Citrix (GoToWebinar).


This webinar is sponsored by the wonderful people over at Banyan Botanicals.

K.P. Khalsa, trained in a traditional Ayurvedic apprenticeship, has been using these formulas in clinical practice for 45 years. Take a deep dive with him into the hidden secrets of traditional Ayurveda and cutting edge herbalism. K.P. Khalsa sits on the board or directors of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association and is the recent past president of the American Herbalists Guild. He is the first American to be board certified in both Ayurveda and herbalism.