Great Lakes Virtual Herb Faire – Sept. 10-12th

Join me for a wonderful weekend event. Other teachers include Jim Mcdonald, Tieraona Low Dog, David Winston, Talal Al Hamad, Diana Quinn, Mimi Hernandez, and Sajah Popham.

The measure of a school and a teacher is how well they prepare you for your profession. David Winston, in Japan, would be a “national treasure”. His broad base of multi-cultural herbal knowledge, and especially the Cherokee, is unique. He is simply encyclopedic in his ability to access his years of learning and answer any question. His teaching method is infectious curiosity, well-organized units that build on each other, and that culminates in an excellent preparation for clinical practice: how to do effective case histories, how to put together effective and balanced herbal formulas, how to use nutrition / supplementation / mind & physical therapist and lifestyle changes to pull together an excellent Protocol for your client.

Serious, and jam-packed as each class is, you leave each class inspired and excited. And, David has an excellent sense of humor. I am constantly reminded of how David Winston is held up for special respect in the world of herbalists whenever I go to important herbal conferences. He is in constant demand as a regular guest lecturer at herb and naturopathic schools of higher learning here in the States and around the world.

I am a graduate of David’s school and graduate clinical course, and have my professional designation from the American Herbalists Guild. I have been in practice since 1996, and at age 70, in 2012, I am moving to Key West and closing my practice. David’s excellent school enabled me to help a lot of people along the way.

Constance Miller | Class of 1997