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Make Your Plans Now To Hear Dr. Myatt Speak In Oregon This July

Written by Wellness Club on May 28, 2009 – 1:00 am -

Dr. Myatt will be speaking at the fifth annual NW Herb Fest in Eugene, Oregon this coming July 25th and 26th.

Here is the information as provided by the NW Herb Fest organizers:

This is the one herbal event you do not want to miss this year. Come for a life enriching transformation.Your life & your friends’ lives will be enhanced by your newly gained wisdom & skills gleaned from twelve renowned herbalists & physicians. Beginning & advanced classes will take place simultaneously. The grand event will include herbal classes, herb walks and a variety of seasoned herbal teachers. Wise Acres Farm has more than 200 different species of herbs to meet & experience in person. Classes will be a mix of lecture and demonstration depending on the specific class you choose to go to. Saturday evening will be filled with music, singing and dancing. Bring your instrument! There will be something for everyone at this event.

Here’s the page link: http://www.herbaltransitions.com/NWherbfest.html

Questions? Call 541-736-0164 or email class@herbaltransitions.com

Dr. Myatt will present lectures on:

  • The Urgent Care Herbalist:
    When the going gets tough, the tough can’t always run to the ER for care. With a small but powerful collection of herbal remedies, an herbalist can deal with medical “urgencies” from heart attack and hemorrhage to food poisoning, diarrhea, abdominal pain (even when the cause is unknown), anxiety attacks and more. Learn how to be a “when times get tough” urgent care herbalist.
  • The Urgent Care Herbalist, Part II:
    In this “hands on” workshop, participants will learn how to treat everything from pneumonia and upper respiratory infections to lymphadenitis, external infections, poisonous bites (including brown recluse spider bites), moderate to severe intestinal distress (infection, N/V, diarrhea, colic); kidney stones and gallbladder attacks and more. External treatments include preparation and use of mustard plasters, charcoal poultices, castor oil packs, and essential oil inhalants. Corresponding internal herbal treatments include cayenne/lobelia, kava kava, bromelain, goldenseal, peppermint and more.
  • Botanical Prevention & Adjuvant Treatment of Malignancy:
    Solid tissue malignancy can be a “worthy adversary” in anyone’s treatment notebook, and conventional medicine is often ineffective for the most advanced cases of cancer. Hundreds (if not thousands) of herbs have been suggested for use in cancer prevention and treatment, but which ones really work the best? Come get a “refresher course” on the underlying mechanisms of cancer initiation and progression, and find out which herbs are the most important and powerful allies in treatment of this challenging disease. This talk will include dietary intervention using common foods and herbs.
  • Black Salve Intensive:
    Conventional treatment of malignant melanoma consists of a wide-margin surgical excision. "Black salve," consisting of a variety of botanical substances, has been used successfully in the treatment of melanoma and other external and internal cancers.
    Dr. Dana Myatt will offer this 3 hour intensive class on Sunday night. You may attend this class without attending the symposium or you may add it on as an additional class. This presentation is intended for health care practitioners although non-practitioners are welcome. CAUTION: slides of a graphic nature will be shown. There is an extra fee of $50.00 for the intensive.

What a great opportunity to hear Dr. Myatt speak and lecture, and to meet and speak with her in person – Dr. Myatt will also have copies of her book "A Physician’s Diary" available for purchase and this is your opportunity to obtain a personally signed copy.

We’ll look forward to seeing you there!

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