Ellen Kamhi

Guest Teacher

Ellen Kamhi, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, RH(AHG) is a wildcrafting herbalist, and is adept at radionics and dowsing, which recognizes the spiritual, energetic communication between humans and plants. Her children were born on an ‘off the grid’ homestead in Bisbee Arizona in the 1970’s, where she worked as an herbalist and midwife, helping women who preferred home birth. She has studied with a broad multicultural array of herbalists; including her Nona from Greece, Jamba of the Maroons in Jamaica, Dr. Anthony Kweku Andoh from Ghana, Michael Moore and Mimi Kemp in Bisbee Arizona. She is nationally board certified as a Holistic Nurse (AHN-BC), and is a medical school instructor in botanical pharmacology, author of many books, including Cycles of Life, and The Natural Medicine Chest, and offers CE approved Herbal Certification Programs. Ellen was invited to participate in an exciting Stakeholder Meeting for Research on Whole Person Health held by the National Institutes of Health - National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. The focus was incorporating traditional healing methods, including Herbalism, into Standards of Practice recommendations, due to evidence based superior outcomes in terms of efficacy and safety, as well as cost effectiveness when compared to current conventional practices. Her passions include sharing her 5 decades of in-depth herbal knowledge with individuals that will carry natural healing arts forward into the next millennium. 

Learn from Ellen at the Florida Herbal Conference:

  • Beat the Sugar Blues – Botanicals for Glycemic Support: Maintaining balanced blood sugar is an indicators of Health and Long Life. Glucose regulation is paramount to support a diverse array of metabolic pathways that sustain health. This includes a balanced inflammatory response, healthy weight maintenance, healthy digestion, clear thinking and circulatory and heart health. Learn how to beat the sugar blues with Ellen Kamhi. Lets explore glucose balance through monitoring factors such as A1C, modifying sugar cravings and integrating supportive botanicals. We will take a deep dive into herbs that can help, including bitter melon, fenugreek, cinnamon, ginger, turmeric and more.