SW Conference on Botanical Medicine 4/12-13, 2014

I will be teaching Herbal and Nutritional Approaches to Gastroenterology (P1/2) & Nervines:Building a Better Foundation for the Nervous System. Some other teachers include Mary Bove, Christopher Hobbs, and Phyllis Hogan.

Free AHG Seminar w/David

April 16, 7-8:30 pm EDT

In this class we will explore the use of common weedy plants.  Come and learn how to use Purple Loosestrife, Kudzu, Cogon Grass, Mimosa, Ground Ivy, Ragweed, Japanese Knotweed and other weeds found near you.

Well-Sweep Herb Farm

Port Murray, NJ

May 23rd - 6:30-9:00pm

A unique evening herb walk followed by Cherokee stories around a fire, always a good night!

2014-16 Herbalist Training Program

Begins Sept. 16, 2014.   Apply anytime-we'll be contacting applicants for interviews (phone or in person, depending on your location) in the spring of 2014.  This will be David's last program as primary teacher!

David's Interview on HerbMentor Radio!

David spends some time with John Gallagher talking about the history and meaning of adaptogenic herbs.

Medicines From the Earth

Black Mountain, NC-5/30-6/2, 2014

Topics: Dietary medicine and cancer; herbs for trauma and loss; environmental influences on autoimmunity; ADHD updates and options; targeting hypercoagulation for cancer. Early bird savings April 17.

Our Philosophy

Good herbalists treat people, not diseases, and in our program we strive to teach the skills necessary so that each student can accomplish that goal. We focus on differential diagnosis skills, materia medica and therapeutics which are essential to individualize treatment and help patients to not only resolve symptoms, but create constitutional change needed for physical, emotional and spiritual wellness.

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