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Answer to “Name That Herb”

NAME THAT HERB – Katja Görts, DVM, CVA, CVC, CVCH This herb is an aerial part of a plant. It is a red berry. It is harvested in summer or autumn when it has ripened. It is sweet and neutral. It enters the Liver, Lung and Kidney Channels. It nourishes and tonifies the Liver and […]

Answer to "Name That Point!"

Answer to “Name That Point!”

NAME THAT POINT!  Katja Görts, DVM, CVA, CVC, CVCH I am an Equine transpositional acupoint. My Chinese name is Yíng Xiāng, which means “Welcome Fragrance”. I am located in the depression in the nasolabial groove, just dorsocaudal to the dorsal tip of the cornu of the alar cartilage. My channel originates at the contralateral front […]

Introduction to Acupuncture for Veterinary Support Staff

Introduction to Acupuncture for Veterinary Support Staff

Do you work in an integrative practice, or have a desire to learn more about acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)?  Introducing the IVAS Online Introduction to Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine for Veterinary Support Staff For more information visit the IVAS Website Approved for 8 AAVSB RACE CE hours

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