Program & Replays

Global Herbalism for Headaches and Migraines

Broadcast on September 27, 2021
Hosted by Sajah Popham
With K. P. Khalsa

A headache sure can ruin a good day, and modern headache medicine can have some serious side effects, especially in the long run. Join K.P. Khalsa for this practical conversation, where he will discuss search-and-rescue operations for headaches big and small, reviewing the practical details and natural medicine strategies for short-term and long-term care of these conditions. Modern herbal medicine has made leaps forward and we are truly witnessing a revolution towards safe, effective care.

In This Session You'll Discover:

  • Methods to determine what kind of headache you have
  • Causes of headaches, from eyestrain to migraine
  • Effective treatments to stop, prevent and permanently eradicate your type of headache
The opinions expressed here are those of the author/presenter and are not representative of Shift Network employees, customers, or other presenters.
The replay has expired. Upgrade to get full access.
If you‘ve already purchased the upgrade package, access it here

K. P. Khalsa

Yogaraj, DN-C, RH, CAP

Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa, Yogaraj (Ayurveda), AD, DN-C, RH, is one of the foremost natural healing experts in North America. He holds a doctorate in Ayurveda, and is nationally credentialed in the U.S. to teach herbalism, Kundalini yoga, and Ayurvedic massage. 

K.P. is a professor at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, a founding faculty of the Ayurvedic sciences program at Bastyr University, president emeritus of the American Herbalists Guild, and director emeritus of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association. He's also a faculty member in the botanical medicine department at the National College of Natural Medicine, where he trains naturopathic medical students and teaches Ayurveda.

He’s written or edited 30 books, including major works on Ayurveda, Chinese medicine, and physiology. His latest book, The Way of Ayurvedic Herbs, co-authored with Michael Tierra, brings Ayurveda to life in an understandable and practical way.

K. P. Khalsa