Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Stay Healthy This Season: Top Herbs for Your Immune System with Rosalee de la Foret

Dreading  the flu season? Avoid getting frequent colds this winter and listen to Rosalee de la Foret’s presentation of Stay Healthy This Season: Top Herbs for Your Immune System on Hawthorn’s Holistic Health & Webinar Series, Tuesday, October 20th, 2015 at 4 PM PST / 7 PM EST. In this presentation, Rosalee will teach how to use herbs that support the immune system so you can stay healthy throughout the fall and winter seasons.

She will share tips on how to shorten the duration of an upper respiratory infection and will debunk some common myths associated with popular herbs like Echinacea and goldenseal. You will leave this presentation with practical tips and recipes to keep healthy and strong all year long.

Join us ten minutes early for pre-webinar announcements and Food News You Can Use! with Mira Dessy of http://grainsandmore.com and Paula Bartholomy. This segment starts at 3:50 PM PST. 

Rosalee de la Foret is a clinical herbalist and herbal educator who is passionate about helping people explore the art of herbalism and natural health. She works with people all over the world to guide them in finding natural solutions to their chronic health problems. Rosalee frequently teaches about herbalism at conferences and through her work as Education Director at http://www.LearningHerbs.com. She is the author of many articles, ebooks and courses about natural health and herbalism, including the Taste of Herbs course and the Herbal Cold Care course.

If you’d like to learn more, download your free ebook by Rosalee on the Top 3 Herbs for Your Health at http://www.HerbalRemediesAdvice.org.

RSVP: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/696818062982713602

Hawthorn University students and graduates are also encouraged to join in on post-webinar discussions on the Hawthorn Forums.  On the student forums, navigate to General Questions and Postings > Teleclasses and Webinars to post or join a discussion.

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