Case Studies as a Guide to Clinical Practice

This three-hour webinar will outline the function, use and essential combinations of six indispensable vines in treating psoriasis and eczema, two of the most common skin diseases seen in practice.

Several case examples will be presented to illustrate in detail when and how they should be made use of in a clinical setting. Multiple images will be employed to chart the progress of treatment and highlight the importance of clear observation of morphology of lesions in determining adjustment of formulae to maximise efficacy.

Sunday, February 20 from 1 – 4pm EST
Live attendance only, this class will not be recorded

3 Credits NCCAOM (Pending, Provider #287)

Learning Objectives 

  • Learn the properties and key characteristics of the 6 vines.
  • Learn their use in treating appropriate sub-forms or phenotypes of psoriasis and eczema.
  • Understand when to adjust dosage and use of the 6 vines at appropriate times during the progress of treatment to achieve best results and long-term remission.


WPC Member: $50
General Public: $60

Refund Policy:

Refunds of 75% will be granted up to 30 days before the start of class.

Mazin Al-Khafaji

Since completing his studies in Chinese Medicine at the Shanghai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine alongside Chinese students and graduating as Doctor of Chinese Medicine in 1987, Mazin has been in full time practice entirely devoted to three main areas – autoimmune disease, allergic disease and skin disease.

He lectures widely all over the world on these subjects and over the past 18 years has run the Dermatology Diploma Programme in both Europe & North America ( other lectures are also available online), all graduates of this programme automatically becoming members of the International TCM Dermatology Association (

He has developed the unique Dermatology-M range of topical products and herbal cosmetics from Chinese herbal ingredients to address many common skin disorders (

He is the author of numerous articles and co-author of the international textbook A Manual of Acupuncture.