VHAR Online Registration

Educating Veterinarians and Pet-Lovers on Western Herbal Medicine

Online Registration

Fill out the form below, then click SUBMIT REGISTRATION to register for our introductory course on Philosophy of Western Medical Herbalism.

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Buckwheat

Buckwheat is not only nourishing to people (buckwheat pancakes), but it is also nourishing to the earth.

St. John's wort

St. John's Wort is not only good for "nervous" conditions, such as depression, but also for nerves themselves, and helps treat disorders from migraines to shingles.

Reishi and Chickweed

Reishi is a mushroom, and like all mushrooms it is nature's vacuum cleaner, cleaning toxins from the earth and from us.

Water Hyssop (Bacopa monnieri)

Water hyssop is a cerebral stimulant, helping clear the mind and increase brain function.

Butterfly Bush

Butterfly Bush contributes to the health of our environment by attracting and sustaining butterflies, one of our most important pollinators.

Weeping Willow

While not the most medicinal willow, it is the most beautiful.  Willows are the genus Salix, from which comes salicylic acid, the chemical constituent of aspirin.

Dogbane

Dogbane is the toxic look-alike to milkweed, the only plant that Monarch Butterfly caterpillars feast on their way to becoming butterflies.

Horsetail

Horsetail is one of our best herbs for minerals; it feeds us and our gardens.

Red Clover

Red Clover Flowers are a nutrient rich herb that cleanse the blood and nourish the body. Photo taken by Radford Davis, 2010, RadfordDavis.com

Personalized Training Sessions

Dr. Laurie is pleased to now offer personalized training sessions in Western Herbal Medicine.

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Course Registration

 

Veterinary Herbal Apprenticeship and Retreat

This course is open to veterinarians primarily.  This course is limited to 25 people.  If you are a non-veterinarian interested in taking this course, please email Dr. Dohmen at drLaurie@purplemoonherbstudies.com prior to filling out this registration form.

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Step 1 - Please fill out this Registration Form, then click SUBMIT PART 1.  You will then select which Registrations you want (clicking the corresponding ADD TO CART buttons), then click VIEW CART to complete the payment process.  Only after payment is received will your registration be completed.

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Purple Moon Herbs

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Attention: Dr. Laurie Dohmen 1841 Bryant's Corner Road Hartly, Delaware 19953

 

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For general information and questions:
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For Dr. Laurie:
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...it is very important to keep in mind that these herbs are drugs: herbal MEDICINE... 

All in all, herbal medicine is wonderful when it is used correctly and safely. 

We need to keep in mind it is medicine...