About the content
This is part three of a 3-course sequence on Curanderismo: Traditional Medicine of Mexico and the Southwest.
Instructor: Dr. Eliseo “Cheo” Torres, from the University of New Mexico
Description: This course will provide information on the history, traditions, rituals, herbs, and remedies of Curanderismo, a folk healing tradition of the Southwestern United States, Latin America and Mexico.
For further references on Curanderismo, students are encouraged to read the following books:
· Welcome Video (3)
· PowerPoint Introduction/Overview of Curanderismo (3)
· Film on the University of New Mexico’s Summer Class
1. Curanderismo Collection: Different Cultures with Similar Traditions
2. Healing the Digestive System
3. Healing the Nervous System
4. Temazcal (3 videos)
5. Intestinal Blockage (Empacho)
6. Healing through Sound and Music
7. Traditional Remedies for Infants and Children
8. Traditional Healing for the Aging Community
9. Dia de los Muertos & Healing through Grief
· Curanderismo Students
- Eliseo (Cheo) Torres
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