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Veterinary Herbal Apprenticeship and Retreat

 

Our 5-part course incorporating Herbal Medicine into Western Veterinary Practice featuring Drs. Laurie Dohmen & Kris August.

 

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

 

 COURSE DATES

September 16-19, 2022

October 14-17, 2022

November 5-7, 2022

March 18-20, 2023

April 15-17, 2023

 

COURSE LOCATION

Lowood Educational Center, Duck, NC

 

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“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” - Hippocrates

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Testimonials

Feedback From Our Students

 

General:

"The Veterinary Herbal Apprenticeship & Retreat course you and Kris taught was phenomenal and life changing. I was blown away by how thorough and generous you are with your knowledge. I cannot begin to tell you how excited I was to learn so much. You are so full of enthusiasm, generosity, and striving for excellence in what you do. I am so grateful Laurie. Kris’ wisdom, knowledge, peaceful demeanor, and encouragement added so much to the self care part of the course. I think about what both of you taught us every day out here in the trenches.

 

On Our Materia Medica:

"The lectures were great--lots of good information. I like the inclusion of traditional uses and energetics of the herbs--gives insight into subtleties of herbal action."

 

On Our Labs:

"Labs were fun and informative and helped me gain confidence in making herbal products for self and family (which I do a lot now)."

 

On Our Herb Walks:

"Loved them! Seeing, touching, tasting, smelling plants in their natural environment deepened my connection with them and appreciation of them as living entities. "

 

On Our Homeworks:

"These gave me a welcome "excuse" to spend time researching herbs I didn't know much about. I also gained insights into the way information can be misrepresented on the Internet. Sometimes it was confusing and difficult to sort out 'the real story'."

 

Want to read more student testimonials?

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Seminars

 

Upcoming Seminars - 2021

 

 

2021 Bluegrass Veterinary Conference

July 29th - August 1st at the Horseshoe Southern Indiana Hotel and Casino, Elizabeth, Indiana

 

Thursday, July 29th:

Dr. Dohmen will lecture & lead an herbwalk on the Campbell Woodland Nature Trail.

 

8:30-10:00am - Lecture on Bee Medicine: From Honey to Venom

Not only do bees keep our food chain intact through pollination, but they offer us a myriad of sources of medicine. Honey is used both internally for many conditions as well as a topical wound healer. Propolis, Pollen and Royal Jelly are all nourishing and medically active. Lately, there is burgeoning research on the use of bee venom for pain and conditions that are associated with pain, such as arthritis. In this lecture, we will discuss all these great medicines we obtain from bees.

 

*short break between lectures*

 

10:00-11:30am - Lecture on Essential Oils: Uses, Phytopharmacology and Safety

This lecture will cover the phytopharmacology of Essential Oils and explain their activity in the plants. It will introduce their medicinal uses. It will also cover issues of safety with their usage. There will be case examples.

 

1:00-4:00 Herbwalk (offsite)

This medicinal herb walk is an easy stroll through native flora along a creek along the Campbell Woodland Nature Trail. We will discuss the plants and their medicine as well as their uses in pharmaceuticals. There will be time for questions and to walk on your own at the end of the structured walk. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes.

 

 

 

2021 Annual Colonial Veterinary Conference

December 1-5, 2021, in Historic Williamsburg, Virginia, Hilton DoubleTree Hotel

During Grand Illumination

 

Dr. Dohmen's lecture date and topics TBD.

 

 

 

Previous Seminars

 

 

2021 Midwest Veterinary Conference

Feb. 11 - 14, 2021 in Columbus, Ohio

 

2019 AHVMA Annual Conference:

Saturday, September 7 – Tuesday, September 10, 2019 Nashville, Tennessee

 

2019 Bluegrass Veterinary Conference:

August 1-4, 2019, at the beautiful Horseshoe Southern Indiana Hotel and Casino in Elizabeth, Indiana

Dr. Dohmen hosted an herb walk at the Brock Sampson Nature Preserve. We walked the trails and discussed the plants along the way.  We provided medicinal plant identification and uses.  The area is known for some unlikely trees and plants, even cacti!

 

2019 Mountain Veterinary Conference:

April 7 - 10, 2019, "At the beautiful Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort, Cherokee, North Carolina"

On Sunday, Dr. Laurie Dohmen, VMD, MS and Dr. Julie Wentzel, DVM, CVA, CCRT, CVPP co-hosted an herb walk in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park. Monday, Dr. Dohmen spoke about Western Herbal Medicine and Wholistic Food. Tuesday, Dr. Wentzel spoke about Wholistic Pain Management with an emphasis on Rehabilitation.

 

2019 Midwest Veterinary Conference:

Feb. 21 - 24, 2019, Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Western Herbal Medicine and Food Therapy.

 

2018 Colonial Veterinary Conference:

November 28 - December 2, 2018, Fort Magruder Hotel and Conference Center, Williamsburg, Virginia

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Western Herbal Medicine and Food Therapy.

 

2018 Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference:

June 20 - 24, 2018, DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Myrtle Beach Oceanfront, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Dr. Dohmen presented a series of six lectures on the Use of Western Medicinal Herbs to Enhance Muscle Function.

 

2017 AHVMA Conference:

October 21-24, 2017, San Diego, California

Dr. Dohmen presented a series of three lectures on Bach Flower Essences: Psychological Therapy, "Simple" Herbal Therapy and Adaptogenic Herbs.

 

2017 Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference:

August 2 - 6, 2017, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Ethnomedicine, Organoleptics and Phytopharmacology while covering the roots of both Herbal and Pharmaceutical drugs, from a cultural and chemical perspective.

 

2016 Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference:

August 3 - 7, 2016, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Using Food as Medicine, Introduction to Western Herbalism, “Simple” Herbal Extracts and A Sampling of Acupuncture, Bach Flower Essences: Psychological Therapy.

 

2016 Food Preparation with Herbs:

July 12 - 14, 2016, Mequon Nature Preserve, Mequon, Wisconsin

Dr. Dohmen conducted an herb walk centered around Harvesting & Cooking and lectured on Herbal Facials

and Herbs for Pets.

 

CIVT Veterinary Western Herbal Medicine Immersion Workshop Part II:

June 17 - 19, 2016, Laurel, Maryland

Instructors Dr. Barbara Fougere, Dr. Laurie Dohmen and sSpecial guest Dr. Kris August explored herbs for veterinary use in the field and offered new and exciting options for the beginner herbalist through to advanced integrative practitioners.

 

 

Please Read

This website is intended for educational and reference purposes, and is not provided in order to diagnose, prescribe or treat any illness or injury. The information contained in this website is technical and is in no way to be considered as a substitute for consultation with a recognized health-care professional. As such the author and others associated with this website accept no responsibility for any claims arising from the use of any remedy or treatment mentioned here.

The Apothecary

Get in Touch

Snail Mail:

1841 Bryant's Corner Road

Hartly, Delaware 19953

 

Phone:  (302) 270-5095

Fax:  (302) 450-7398

 

Email:

info@purplemoonherbstudies.com

 

CLICK HERE

to send a message via our contact form.

Seminars

Upcoming Seminars - 2021

 

 

2021 Bluegrass Veterinary Conference

July 29th - August 1st at the Horseshoe Southern Indiana Hotel and Casino, Elizabeth, Indiana

 

Thursday, July 29th:

Dr. Dohmen will lecture & lead an herbwalk on the Campbell Woodland Nature Trail.

 

8:30-10:00am - Lecture on Bee Medicine: From Honey to Venom

Not only do bees keep our food chain intact through pollination, but they offer us a myriad of sources of medicine. Honey is used both internally for many conditions as well as a topical wound healer. Propolis, Pollen and Royal Jelly are all nourishing and medically active. Lately, there is burgeoning research on the use of bee venom for pain and conditions that are associated with pain, such as arthritis. In this lecture, we will discuss all these great medicines we obtain from bees.

 

*short break between lectures*

 

10:00-11:30am - Lecture on Essential Oils: Uses, Phytopharmacology and Safety

This lecture will cover the phytopharmacology of Essential Oils and explain their activity in the plants. It will introduce their medicinal uses. It will also cover issues of safety with their usage. There will be case examples.

 

1:00-4:00 Herbwalk (offsite)

This medicinal herb walk is an easy stroll through native flora along a creek along the Campbell Woodland Nature Trail. We will discuss the plants and their medicine as well as their uses in pharmaceuticals. There will be time for questions and to walk on your own at the end of the structured walk. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes.

 

 

 

2021 Annual Colonial Veterinary Conference

December 1-5, 2021, in Historic Williamsburg, Virginia, Hilton DoubleTree Hotel

During Grand Illumination

 

Dr. Dohmen's lecture date and topics TBD.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Previous Seminars

 

2021 Midwest Veterinary Conference

Feb. 11 - 14, 2021 in Columbus, Ohio

 

2019 AHVMA Annual Conference:

Saturday, September 7 – Tuesday, September 10, 2019 Nashville, Tennessee

 

2019 Bluegrass Veterinary Conference:

August 1-4, 2019, at the beautiful Horseshoe Southern Indiana Hotel and Casino in Elizabeth, Indiana

Dr. Dohmen hosted an herb walk at the Brock Sampson Nature Preserve. We walked the trails and discussed the plants along the way.  We provided medicinal plant identification and uses.  The area is known for some unlikely trees and plants, even cacti!

 

2019 Mountain Veterinary Conference:

April 7 - 10, 2019, "At the beautiful Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort, Cherokee, North Carolina"

On Sunday, Dr. Laurie Dohmen, VMD, MS and Dr. Julie Wentzel, DVM, CVA, CCRT, CVPP co-hosted an herb walk in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park. Monday, Dr. Dohmen spoke about Western Herbal Medicine and Wholistic Food. Tuesday, Dr. Wentzel spoke about Wholistic Pain Management with an emphasis on Rehabilitation.

 

2019 Midwest Veterinary Conference:

Feb. 21 - 24, 2019, Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Western Herbal Medicine and Food Therapy.

 

2018 Colonial Veterinary Conference:

November 28 - December 2, 2018, Fort Magruder Hotel and Conference Center, Williamsburg, Virginia

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Western Herbal Medicine and Food Therapy.

 

2018 Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference:

June 20 - 24, 2018, DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Myrtle Beach Oceanfront, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Dr. Dohmen presented a series of six lectures on the Use of Western Medicinal Herbs to Enhance Muscle Function.

 

2017 AHVMA Conference:

October 21-24, 2017, San Diego, California

Dr. Dohmen presented a series of three lectures on Bach Flower Essences: Psychological Therapy, "Simple" Herbal Therapy and Adaptogenic Herbs.

 

2017 Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference:

August 2 - 6, 2017, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Ethnomedicine, Organoleptics and Phytopharmacology while covering the roots of both Herbal and Pharmaceutical drugs, from a cultural and chemical perspective.

 

2016 Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference:

August 3 - 7, 2016, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Using Food as Medicine, Introduction to Western Herbalism, “Simple” Herbal Extracts and A Sampling of Acupuncture, Bach Flower Essences: Psychological Therapy.

 

2016 Food Preparation with Herbs:

July 12 - 14, 2016, Mequon Nature Preserve, Mequon, Wisconsin

Dr. Dohmen conducted an herb walk centered around Harvesting & Cooking and lectured on Herbal Facials

and Herbs for Pets.

 

CIVT Veterinary Western Herbal Medicine Immersion Workshop Part II:

June 17 - 19, 2016, Laurel, Maryland

Instructors Dr. Barbara Fougere, Dr. Laurie Dohmen and sSpecial guest Dr. Kris August explored herbs for veterinary use in the field and offered new and exciting options for the beginner herbalist through to advanced integrative practitioners.

 

 

Please Read

 

This website is intended for educational and reference purposes, and is not provided in order to diagnose, prescribe or treat any illness or injury. The information contained in this website is technical and is in no way to be considered as a substitute for consultation with a recognized health-care professional. As such the author and others associated with this website accept no responsibility for any claims arising from the use of any remedy or treatment mentioned here.

 

 

 

Get In Touch

 

Snail Mail:

1841 Bryant's Corner Road

Hartly, Delaware 19953

 

Phone:  (302) 270-5095

Fax:  (302) 450-7398

 

Email:

info@purplemoonherbstudies.com

 

CLICK HERE

to send a message via our contact form.

 

 

 

 

© Copyright 2020 Purple Moon Herbs and Studies.

All Rights Reserved.

 

Purple Moon Herbs & Studies

Providing Herbal Education for Veterinarians since 2013

Welcome to Purple Moon

Blending Herbal Medicine into Western Veterinary Practices

Seminars

Upcoming Seminars - 2021

 

 

2021 Bluegrass Veterinary Conference

July 29th - August 1st at the Horseshoe Southern Indiana Hotel and Casino, Elizabeth, Indiana

 

Thursday, July 29th:

Dr. Dohmen will lecture & lead an herbwalk on the Campbell Woodland Nature Trail.

 

8:30-10:00am - Lecture on Bee Medicine: From Honey to Venom

Not only do bees keep our food chain intact through pollination, but they offer us a myriad of sources of medicine. Honey is used both internally for many conditions as well as a topical wound healer. Propolis, Pollen and Royal Jelly are all nourishing and medically active. Lately, there is burgeoning research on the use of bee venom for pain and conditions that are associated with pain, such as arthritis. In this lecture, we will discuss all these great medicines we obtain from bees.

 

*short break between lectures*

 

10:00-11:30am - Lecture on Essential Oils: Uses, Phytopharmacology and Safety

This lecture will cover the phytopharmacology of Essential Oils and explain their activity in the plants. It will introduce their medicinal uses. It will also cover issues of safety with their usage. There will be case examples.

 

1:00-4:00 Herbwalk (offsite)

This medicinal herb walk is an easy stroll through native flora along a creek along the Campbell Woodland Nature Trail. We will discuss the plants and their medicine as well as their uses in pharmaceuticals. There will be time for questions and to walk on your own at the end of the structured walk. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes.

 

 

 

2021 Annual Colonial Veterinary Conference

December 1-5, 2021, in Historic Williamsburg, Virginia, Hilton DoubleTree Hotel

During Grand Illumination

 

Dr. Dohmen's lecture date and topics TBD.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Previous Seminars

 

2021 Midwest Veterinary Conference

Feb. 11 - 14, 2021 in Columbus, Ohio

 

2019 AHVMA Annual Conference:

Saturday, September 7 – Tuesday, September 10, 2019 Nashville, Tennessee

 

2019 Bluegrass Veterinary Conference:

August 1-4, 2019, at the beautiful Horseshoe Southern Indiana Hotel and Casino in Elizabeth, Indiana

Dr. Dohmen hosted an herb walk at the Brock Sampson Nature Preserve. We walked the trails and discussed the plants along the way.  We provided medicinal plant identification and uses.  The area is known for some unlikely trees and plants, even cacti!

 

2019 Mountain Veterinary Conference:

April 7 - 10, 2019, "At the beautiful Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort, Cherokee, North Carolina"

On Sunday, Dr. Laurie Dohmen, VMD, MS and Dr. Julie Wentzel, DVM, CVA, CCRT, CVPP co-hosted an herb walk in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park. Monday, Dr. Dohmen spoke about Western Herbal Medicine and Wholistic Food. Tuesday, Dr. Wentzel spoke about Wholistic Pain Management with an emphasis on Rehabilitation.

 

2019 Midwest Veterinary Conference:

Feb. 21 - 24, 2019, Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Western Herbal Medicine and Food Therapy.

 

2018 Colonial Veterinary Conference:

November 28 - December 2, 2018, Fort Magruder Hotel and Conference Center, Williamsburg, Virginia

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Western Herbal Medicine and Food Therapy.

 

2018 Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference:

June 20 - 24, 2018, DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Myrtle Beach Oceanfront, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Dr. Dohmen presented a series of six lectures on the Use of Western Medicinal Herbs to Enhance Muscle Function.

 

2017 AHVMA Conference:

October 21-24, 2017, San Diego, California

Dr. Dohmen presented a series of three lectures on Bach Flower Essences: Psychological Therapy, "Simple" Herbal Therapy and Adaptogenic Herbs.

 

2017 Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference:

August 2 - 6, 2017, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Ethnomedicine, Organoleptics and Phytopharmacology while covering the roots of both Herbal and Pharmaceutical drugs, from a cultural and chemical perspective.

 

2016 Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference:

August 3 - 7, 2016, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Using Food as Medicine, Introduction to Western Herbalism, “Simple” Herbal Extracts and A Sampling of Acupuncture, Bach Flower Essences: Psychological Therapy.

 

2016 Food Preparation with Herbs:

July 12 - 14, 2016, Mequon Nature Preserve, Mequon, Wisconsin

Dr. Dohmen conducted an herb walk centered around Harvesting & Cooking and lectured on Herbal Facials

and Herbs for Pets.

 

CIVT Veterinary Western Herbal Medicine Immersion Workshop Part II:

June 17 - 19, 2016, Laurel, Maryland

Instructors Dr. Barbara Fougere, Dr. Laurie Dohmen and sSpecial guest Dr. Kris August explored herbs for veterinary use in the field and offered new and exciting options for the beginner herbalist through to advanced integrative practitioners.

 

 

Please Read

 

This website is intended for educational and reference purposes, and is not provided in order to diagnose, prescribe or treat any illness or injury. The information contained in this website is technical and is in no way to be considered as a substitute for consultation with a recognized health-care professional. As such the author and others associated with this website accept no responsibility for any claims arising from the use of any remedy or treatment mentioned here.

 

 

 

Get In Touch

 

Snail Mail:

1841 Bryant's Corner Road

Hartly, Delaware 19953

 

Phone:  (302) 270-5095

Fax:  (302) 450-7398

 

Email:

info@purplemoonherbstudies.com

 

CLICK HERE

to send a message via our contact form.

 

 

 

 

© Copyright 2020 Purple Moon Herbs and Studies.

All Rights Reserved.

 

Seminars

Upcoming Seminars - 2021

 

 

2021 Bluegrass Veterinary Conference

July 29th - August 1st at the Horseshoe Southern Indiana Hotel and Casino, Elizabeth, Indiana

 

Thursday, July 29th:

Dr. Dohmen will lecture & lead an herbwalk on the Campbell Woodland Nature Trail.

 

8:30-10:00am - Lecture on Bee Medicine: From Honey to Venom

Not only do bees keep our food chain intact through pollination, but they offer us a myriad of sources of medicine. Honey is used both internally for many conditions as well as a topical wound healer. Propolis, Pollen and Royal Jelly are all nourishing and medically active. Lately, there is burgeoning research on the use of bee venom for pain and conditions that are associated with pain, such as arthritis. In this lecture, we will discuss all these great medicines we obtain from bees.

 

*short break between lectures*

 

10:00-11:30am - Lecture on Essential Oils: Uses, Phytopharmacology and Safety

This lecture will cover the phytopharmacology of Essential Oils and explain their activity in the plants. It will introduce their medicinal uses. It will also cover issues of safety with their usage. There will be case examples.

 

1:00-4:00 Herbwalk (offsite)

This medicinal herb walk is an easy stroll through native flora along a creek along the Campbell Woodland Nature Trail. We will discuss the plants and their medicine as well as their uses in pharmaceuticals. There will be time for questions and to walk on your own at the end of the structured walk. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes.

 

 

 

2021 Annual Colonial Veterinary Conference

December 1-5, 2021, in Historic Williamsburg, Virginia, Hilton DoubleTree Hotel

During Grand Illumination

 

Dr. Dohmen's lecture date and topics TBD.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Previous Seminars

 

2021 Midwest Veterinary Conference

Feb. 11 - 14, 2021 in Columbus, Ohio

 

2019 AHVMA Annual Conference:

Saturday, September 7 – Tuesday, September 10, 2019 Nashville, Tennessee

 

2019 Bluegrass Veterinary Conference:

August 1-4, 2019, at the beautiful Horseshoe Southern Indiana Hotel and Casino in Elizabeth, Indiana

Dr. Dohmen hosted an herb walk at the Brock Sampson Nature Preserve. We walked the trails and discussed the plants along the way.  We provided medicinal plant identification and uses.  The area is known for some unlikely trees and plants, even cacti!

 

2019 Mountain Veterinary Conference:

April 7 - 10, 2019, "At the beautiful Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort, Cherokee, North Carolina"

On Sunday, Dr. Laurie Dohmen, VMD, MS and Dr. Julie Wentzel, DVM, CVA, CCRT, CVPP co-hosted an herb walk in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park. Monday, Dr. Dohmen spoke about Western Herbal Medicine and Wholistic Food. Tuesday, Dr. Wentzel spoke about Wholistic Pain Management with an emphasis on Rehabilitation.

 

2019 Midwest Veterinary Conference:

Feb. 21 - 24, 2019, Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Western Herbal Medicine and Food Therapy.

 

2018 Colonial Veterinary Conference:

November 28 - December 2, 2018, Fort Magruder Hotel and Conference Center, Williamsburg, Virginia

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Western Herbal Medicine and Food Therapy.

 

2018 Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference:

June 20 - 24, 2018, DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Myrtle Beach Oceanfront, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Dr. Dohmen presented a series of six lectures on the Use of Western Medicinal Herbs to Enhance Muscle Function.

 

2017 AHVMA Conference:

October 21-24, 2017, San Diego, California

Dr. Dohmen presented a series of three lectures on Bach Flower Essences: Psychological Therapy, "Simple" Herbal Therapy and Adaptogenic Herbs.

 

2017 Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference:

August 2 - 6, 2017, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Ethnomedicine, Organoleptics and Phytopharmacology while covering the roots of both Herbal and Pharmaceutical drugs, from a cultural and chemical perspective.

 

2016 Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference:

August 3 - 7, 2016, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Dr. Dohmen lectured on Using Food as Medicine, Introduction to Western Herbalism, “Simple” Herbal Extracts and A Sampling of Acupuncture, Bach Flower Essences: Psychological Therapy.

 

2016 Food Preparation with Herbs:

July 12 - 14, 2016, Mequon Nature Preserve, Mequon, Wisconsin

Dr. Dohmen conducted an herb walk centered around Harvesting & Cooking and lectured on Herbal Facials

and Herbs for Pets.

 

CIVT Veterinary Western Herbal Medicine Immersion Workshop Part II:

June 17 - 19, 2016, Laurel, Maryland

Instructors Dr. Barbara Fougere, Dr. Laurie Dohmen and sSpecial guest Dr. Kris August explored herbs for veterinary use in the field and offered new and exciting options for the beginner herbalist through to advanced integrative practitioners.

 

 

Please Read

 

This website is intended for educational and reference purposes, and is not provided in order to diagnose, prescribe or treat any illness or injury. The information contained in this website is technical and is in no way to be considered as a substitute for consultation with a recognized health-care professional. As such the author and others associated with this website accept no responsibility for any claims arising from the use of any remedy or treatment mentioned here.

 

 

 

Get In Touch

 

Snail Mail:

1841 Bryant's Corner Road

Hartly, Delaware 19953

 

Phone:  (302) 270-5095

Fax:  (302) 450-7398

 

Email:

info@purplemoonherbstudies.com

 

CLICK HERE

to send a message via our contact form.

 

 

 

 

© Copyright 2020 Purple Moon Herbs and Studies.

All Rights Reserved.