It's official! If you are interested in Walsh's Advanced Nutrient Therapy and are in Vermont, Quebec, Upstate New York, or potentially parts of New Hampshire, I'm your doc. I've been administering the protocols since I came back from the conference at the beginning of May, but this puts me on the WRI website so that people who are looking for this type of successful therapy, they can find me.
If you're interested in William Walsh, PhD or his therapies that he developed alongside Carl Pfeiffer, MD, check out the website for the Walsh Research Institute.
We're in the home stretch here at Avalon Natural Medicine. Dr. Haff has seen her last patients and will be back next week for our final transition work.
I couldn't have asked for a better boss and its been pretty sweet being an employee only for the past 5 years. Thankfully, she's had all the systems in place for a fairly easy transition, and has been walking me through all the steps of what she does as the business owner.
There will be some changes over the next few months as I put my own spin on this place. If you've been in lately, you'll have noticed some new paint, new shelves, etc. I'll try to keep the newsletters and emails to a minimum and notify you here, and repeating the same info on other social media outlets. So if you have one you like in particular, follow us so you can get the latest.
Spotted Jewelweed (Impatiens biflora) is an invaluable tool when out in the woods hiking. The saponins found in the stem or leaves can emulsify and diminish the damage caused by poison ivy. It's also great for bug bites, rashes from stinging nettles, burns, cuts, acne, eczema, fungal infections, or any other skin irritation.