Bob Linde is an Acupuncture Physician and Registered Herbalist with a masters degree in Oriental Medicine and BS in Education. He is the owner of Acupuncture & Herbal Therapies in St. Petersburg and the director of the Professional Herbalists Training Program. Bob also consults as a product developer for national herbal product companies. He serves on the board of directors for the Florida State Oriental Medicine Association (FSOMA) and the American Herbalists Guild. Bob has presented at state and national alternative medicine conferences and frequently lectures at colleges and organizations in the US. He has worked as a wilderness counselor for teenagers, treasure hunter and is a Desert Storm veteran as an infantryman. Bob volunteers for Acupuncturists Without Borders, Homeless Connect and Free Community Acupuncture for Senior’s as well and other community focused organizations.
Learn more at Bob’s website.
Bob’s 2017 Florida Herbal Conference classes:
Positive Herb & Drug Interactions
This class takes a unique approach exploring how herb and drugs can work better together. We will specifically explore the mechanisms for preventing bacterial resistance, enhancing the effects of steroids and reducing the dosage of various medications.
Cross Cultural Comparisons: Exploring the Traditions of Ecuador
Learn about the healing traditions of Ecuador. Experience the similarities and differences to the traditional medicines from around the world. Bob recently worked in Ecuador with the local cable company to explore the herbal traditions of a variety of people from the Andes to the Amazon, including exploring many of the herbs we use here in the US. Discover many similar uses, energetics, and disease considerations between herbalism of the north and the south.