Saturday, Oct 27 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm$95 (Early) / $125 (Late)
How To Use Homeopathic Remedies At Home Safely for the Average Layperson
We will be using “Everybody’s Guide to Homeopathic Medicines” by Dana Ullman. Though not mandatory, please read Part 1 prior to class.
This fun and educational one-day course will show you how to utilize homeopathic remedies safely, for yourself, your family and your pets. This class is perfect for those who like to use alternative medicines yet are unsure of where to begin with homeopathy. This method of treating illness is inexpensive, all-natural and easy to use.
Homeopathy is a 200-year old science that predates prescription drugs, drug companies and “big pharma.”
Our topics will include:
- How to use a homeopathic remedy kit
- First aid homeopathy
- Remedies for cough, colds and influenza
- Learning about the top 25 homeopathic remedies
- Digestive disorders
- The two kinds of homeopathic treatment: acute vs. chronic
- And much, much more
In addition to Everybody’s Guide to Homeopathic Medicines, by Dana Ullman, please bring a notebook, pen, and a water bottle.
Leslie D. Johnson, RPh, DCHM, is a graduate of Jamestown Community College and Purdue University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences in West Lafayette, Indiana. Having worked in many facets of the pharmacy profession – retail, hospital, closed- shop for the disabled, compounding and nursing home pharmacies – Leslie felt owning her own store was the logical next challenge. In 2002, she opened an independent pharmacy near Chautauqua Lake in Mayville, NY – Johnson’s Village Pharmacy. She studied Homeopathy at the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine in Toronto, Canada graduating from their 3-year program in 2013. Since then, she has taught many classes in homeopathy and consults with patients in person and online, using her knowledge of medicine, herbs and homeopathy.
Leslie Johnson, RPh, DCHM
Please read our Policies for registration, fees, payments and cancellations before registering.
Each attendee must be registered individually.
Current Registration Fee Per Person: $95
Last Day to Register Online: October 24
YOU MUST CHECK THE BOX PRECEDING REGISTRANT NAME TO REGISTER EACH PERSON.