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Dennis Leppanen

U.S.
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I can answer most questions on herb usage and and am very familiar with (gras) herbs, generally recognized as safe. I am very knowlegible in nutritional healing. I have extended education in detoxing the body and fasting for health. I believe in the Naturopathic belief, the body get sick in only two ways; either because it is too toxic, or it is malnurished. I grow, wildcraft, and make most of my herbal remedies.

Dr. Jalukar

India
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I can answer the questions regarding herbal products, herbal ingredients, Ayurvedic medicine, Panchakarma. Specially focused on memory, brain functions and weight management.

Jayne Boyle

U.S.
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I am an herbalist for 27 years. I see clients for nutrtional consulting and support on herbal programs. I can answer questions on herbs to take for paciticular ailments. I have a web site where I post articles on herbs and holistic health. I carry a line of teas and products that support one on their journey to health.

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2016-09-02 supplements 2:

I use the bulk tea. I cut the 2 gallon packet in half to make one gallon. I am presently doing just that.   A gallon last me 2 weeks. I will use the 2nd gallon up right after. Then I will detox again in

2016-09-01 supplements 2:

Hi Ed,    I'm not a fan of proprietary blends. I've never tried this particular formula or brand.    Personally, I'd go the route of 4-herb detox tea from the Herbal Healer Academy. You can    order the

2016-09-01 supplements:

I should have gone through your list, Ed.    Yes, you can take too many supplements. It has difficult to determine what works synergestically.    I tend to stick with full spectrum supplements instead

2016-08-30 supplements:

Hi Ed,    You are certainly taking enough supplements related to your concerns. Exercise is going to be  very beneficial for your health concerns.     Cleansing the liver and the kidneys would also help

2016-08-29 supplements:

Hi Ed,    The Prevastatin and Cardizem will most certainly affect your liver enzymes. I especially dislike cholesterol meds, they do more harm than good. Diet and exercise are the best remedies. Remember

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