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Family Herbalist Course - Tools for Health
December 16, 2009
Hello again!

Yesterday we sent you information regarding The School of Natural Health courses. This morning I learned that SNH has extended the closing date at least through the weekend while they answer email questions. It's pretty nice of them to extend it to everyone not just those who have emailed them!

So if you have wanted to learn more about how to take care of your family, or if you want to take it all the way to Master Herbalist, this is an exceptional opportunity to learn from some of the best people in the field. You still have time!


We hope the holiday season finds you and yours well and happy.

It's a busy time of year so we won't be taking up more of your time with a long newsletter. However we did want to make you aware of a Master Herbalist course available which is currently being offered at an excellent rate.

The School of Natural Health

Use the link above to see if it is something you can use. We think it's an excellent gift that will give to you, your family, and your friends forever!

Keep in mind their offer is time limited so you'll want to look into it today.

Merry Christmas!


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Teri Hayes is a Certified Natural Health Consultant, Reflexologist, and Family Herbalist

You can e-mail her by replying to this newsletter or visit her at Natural Health Coach for Women

Many of the herbs and supplements she recommends to clients can be found using this link.

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The suggestions in this e-newsletter are meant to encourage personal responsibility for health and are not given as medical advice. For your individual health concerns such as chronic or acute warning symptoms, in emergency situations, or when in doubt, seek the advice of your primary personal health car practitioner.

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