Seminars

2017 Seminar Schedule is NOW complete!

Keep scrolling down for seminar descriptions of our 2017 workshops!

This year’s show features dozens of Home, Garden & Green Living Seminars and DIY workshops. All workshops will be offered with daily admission covering a wide array of topics. Learn from experts that will teach you how to improve and ‘green’ your lifestyle.

From saving money on energy by upgrading your present home to building or remodeling your home, or learning about local agriculture, transportation and the local economy, the Seminars are a highlight of the weekend.

Friday March 17th 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

(111) Wreath-making by Nicole Delcogliano from Organic Growers School

Come and learn the basics of making a dried flower wreath with locally grown organic flowers. Farmer and wreath designer, Nicole DelCogliano, will discuss what flowers to grow to dry, how to dry flowers and materials needed to make a beautiful everlasting wreath for home or gifts!

(112) Root Cellaring by Rod Bowling from Organic Growers School

Root cellaring was a crucial part of homesteading before refrigerators and year-round groceries. Using the earth’s naturally stable temperatures to store perishable items, it’s simple, low-tech, energy saving, and self-reliant. An overview of styles, building materials, DIY techniques, and usage.

Rod is a homesteader in Madison County where he and his wife Cindy Trisler cultivate 2 acres of gardens, mushrooms, berries and fruit trees. Between them, they provide workshops on shiitake mushroom production, fermentation, small flock poultry management, general homesteading, pottery & more.

(113) Successful Seed Starting for Healthy Plants - Chris Smith from Sow True Seeds

This workshop will focus on the essential skills for successfully starting your own plants from seed. Learn about the equipment you need, seed buying decisions and the process of planting and caring for your seeds. Every attendee will receive a sample pack of tomato seeds so they can go home and start a garden!

(114) Seven Elements of A Healthier Home - Rick Bayless from A Healthier Home

Does your house support your health…or are you suffering from Sick Building Syndrome?

Rick Bayless, Home Healthiness Instructor at Blue Ridge Community College and founder of A Healthier Home, will review the seven key elements that define a healthy living space as defined by the National Center for Healthy Housing. This applies to homes that are old or new, historic or Green, year-round or seasonally occupied, housing children or aging retirees. Learn about what you can do to make yours a healthier home.

(115) DIY Laundry Soap - Jordan Henderson of Soap Alchemy

Laundry soap has a tough task, cleaning clothing of who knows what. Sounds simple, and sometimes it is. But, really, what is laundry soap? Is there a simple recipe that fits all needs? What is bleaching and these so-called “safe” bleaches? Do they really help? Jordan Henderson covers what is needed to make laundry soap work, as well as what causes it not to work. Henderson presents a few demonstrations to explain the purpose of different ingredients and finally, he makes some laundry soap!

 

Speaker Bio Jordan Henderson, the owner of Soap Alchemy, has been formulating and testing laundry soap for four years. His journey in soap started more than 16 years ago, in response to skin-related issues. The journey continues.

Friday March 17th 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm

(121) Ayurvedic Medicine: The Ancient Medical System of India - Abbas Rakhshani from the Yoga Wellness Center

Ayurvedic medicine was developed more than 3,000 years ago in India and is one of the world’s oldest holistic (“whole-body”) healing systems. According to its principles, human body is composed of three constituents (named doshas) that when they are out of balance, they cause disease. Learn about Ayurveda’s approach to combating ailments in the body and receive free dosha calculation.

ABOUT DR. RAKHSHANI: Dr. Rakhshani lived 13 years in India training, practicing, and conducting clinical studies in the field of yogic sciences and Ayurvedic medicine. In 2012, he founded The Yoga Wellness Center, a holistic healthcare facility in south Asheville. He is the author of several peer-reviewed scientific papers and has been a speaker at UNCA and other institutions in Asheville. He can be reached at abbas@TYWCenter.com(828) 774-5150, or www.TheYogaWellnessCenter.com.

(122) Intro to Homestead Dreams - Brandon Greenstein from the Organic Growers School

Taking the time to plan can help manifest your desires. Discover your values, skills, resources, as you chart a path to move forward with your vision. Enhance your confidence, hone your focus, boost your creativity, and generate inspiration for the lifestyle you imagine.

Brandon is the Home-Grower Programs Director for OGS, developing new initiatives to provide services to home-growers. His background is in Renewable Systems, Earth Works, Energy, Water, Homesteading, and Permaculture. He offers consulting, design, and technical services for the creation of low impact and energy conserving systems through his company, Integrated Ecological Solutions.

(123) CANCELLED BY SPEAKER Sunrooms, Conservatories & Orangeries - Gillian Drummond
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(123) NEW SEMINAR LISTING: 17 Ways to Compost: Finding the Best One for Your Family - Amy Landers of Gardens That Matter

17 Ways to Compost: Finding the Best One for Your Family will be about finding composting methods that will help you discover the one that fits your garden, home, and lifestyle. From worm bins to elegant bins, you’ll leave this presentation with ideas you can put to work right away.

(124) Carbon and Waste Reduction Goals for the City of Asheville - Amber Weaver, LEED Green Associate and City of Asheville Sustainability Officer

Asheville’s Office of Sustainability has taken a leadership role in the south for municipal energy efficiency programs and initiatives, saving 100’s of thousands of dollars for tax payers in energy costs while reducing the city’s carbon foot print.  From high efficiency street lights to energy management programs, Sustainability Officer Amber Weaver outlines what has been done and what is being planned for the near future.

(125) Rainwater Harvesting and Water Filtration Solutions - Jacob Goodman with Goodman Plumbing

How much water can you collect, what can it be used for, how do you store it aesthetically, and how do you make sure it’s safe?

This seminar will cover rainwater collection requirements, system components, and the importance of proper water filtration for water safety and taste for rainwater, well, spring, and municipal water users. Roofing, gutter, and downspout requirements, choices in barrels, tanks and cisterns, cold weather considerations, choosing the right pump, and an overview of how water filtration, purification and conditioning options work together to make your water pure and clean.

 

Jacob is a Journeyman Plumber who completed his four-year plumber’s apprenticeship in 2005 and became a licensed plumbing contractor in 2007. In addition to master plumbing skills, he also has accreditation in water purification and filtration, green plumbing, tankless, heat pump, high efficiency & solar thermal water heaters, and rain water harvesting.

Jacob’s expertise is drawn from over 15 years of experience in the field, on projects ranging from public schools and colleges, to fire stations, store fronts, and custom homes.

He is the Owner and Lead Plumber at Goodman Plumbing.

Saturday March 18th 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

(211) Renovate with Color - Scott Smith

Learn how to use artistry, color and design to enhance your home or business. Scott utilizes murals, color, decorative finishes, art installation and custom signs to help home and businesses tell their story and he can help your business  to “Go Big” by telling the story of their brand.

(212) Going Green with Your Cleaning Supplies - Keller Ann Knight from the Vitamin Shoppe

Are you interested in natural cleaning products and aromatherapy? If you answered yes then this program is for you!  Not only will you leave this seminar informed about “green” cleaning supplies, you will also receive samples and goody bags to help you on your new journey of all natural cleaning products!

(213) Successful Seed Starting for Healthy Plants - Chris Sow of True Seeds

This workshop will focus on the essential skills for successfully starting your own plants from seed. Learn about the equipment you need, seed buying decisions and the process of planting and caring for your seeds. Every attendee will receive a sample pack of tomato seeds so they can go home and start a garden!

(214) Seven Elements of A Healthier Home - Rick Bayless from A Healthier Home

Does your house support your health…or are you suffering from Sick Building Syndrome?

Rick Bayless, Home Healthiness Instructor at Blue Ridge Community College and founder of A Healthier Home, will review the seven key elements that define a healthy living space as defined by the National Center for Healthy Housing. This applies to homes that are old or new, historic or Green, year-round or seasonally occupied, housing children or aging retirees. Learn about what you can do to make yours a healthier home.

(215) The Advantages of a Solar PV System - Rachel Paulman and Nick Welch with Sol Farm

Includes a multimedia show on what solar energy is, how solar panels are installed, and the advantages to a homeowner have a solar PV system. Q&A session if time permits.

Presented by Rachel Paulman & Nick Welch

Saturday March 18th 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm

(221) Better Living Conditions and Local Food Production in Cold Climates- Bart Cox

In this seminar Bart Cox of Northern Indigenous will discuss ways to better the living conditions for Native Americans living on remote reserves in colder northern climates.

Bart will be discussing the living conditions of the communities where he was researching a patent in Canada on quality housing that can stand up to the long cold winter’s can be very expensive in these communities. His research lead to the idea of building quality homes with local materials for approximately half or even less the current price of building a home in these communities.

With a focus on exploring healthier local food production and the need for greenhouses, Bart will explain what measures he explored to increase these communities to produce food locally for the community and generate safer and cleaner heat sources.

(222) Homeopathy for Chronic Care - Kimberly Woods with Revolutionary Medicine

For over 200 years, homeopathy has been extremely effective for most types of chronic, long-term illness. As part of mainstream medical care in Europe, 40% of MD’s prescribe it for their patients. In this seminar, we will focus on the importance of addressing the root cause of problems, which often are genetic (cancer, diabetes, alcoholism, etc. in the family history,) emotional (past trauma or abuse)  and/or environmental (side effects from medications, vaccines, chemicals, etc.)  Case studies of several diseases will be presented, including Arthritis, Cancer, Depression, and Autism. Discover the power of homeopathy and feel empowered to take charge of your health!

About the presenter – Kimberly is an expert in homeopathic care. For over 25 years, she has helped thousands of individuals suffering from severe physical problems to psychological illnesses. She is truly gifted at educating and empowering the individual in natural approaches to health and well-being. Kimberly has completed advanced training’s with world-renowned Homeopaths and Herbalists. She takes a complex subject (Homeopathy) and makes it easy and understandable. For more info please see www.naturalhealthsource.us 

(223) Reduce, Reuse, and Rot! - Christine Brown, GreenWorks Environmental Educator

One 9 foot roll of hogwire, a stake, and some zip ties and you are ready to unroll a backyard compost bin.  Join Asheville GreenWorks for an instructional workshop where you’ll learn methods on how to recycle your food scraps and yard waste into valuable compost for your garden.

Learn to build your bin with these simple materials and about compost bin troubleshooting.  Prepared compost kits are available for purchase so you can start composting today!  Discover ways to reduce waste and enhance your garden and yard!

(224) Stone Landscaping - Joe Dinwiddie of Drystone Joe

Joe will be presenting on the topic of stone landscaping. He will cover basics of safety, selecting stone, construction methodology, estimating time & materials for a project, and considerations of design.  This presentation will feature a multi-media educational program including: hands-on construction of 3-D models, pictures, graph paper worksheets, a short video, and jokes!

Bio –

Joe’s mission is to empower & inspire others by teaching globally-informed drystone masonry, to share images of stonework, and to leave a legacy of stone installations. He wants to leave a mark on history by helping others make theirs.

Joe is a professional educator of traditional drystone masonry and has a passion for teaching & sharing the art & craft of working with stone. He leads many educational programs, ranging from one-hour presentations to 70-hour hands-on continuing education workshops & month-long artist residencies in K-12 schools. Since 1997, He has built, restored, and designed stone landscape features with a group of skilled craftspeople.

(225) Willows for the Landscape, Farmscape and Home Decor - Ann & Walker Miller with the Happy Berry

Here in the southeast we have unique advantage using plant materials in the willow genus (Salix), females are generally not present, therefore they are not invasive. The beautiful male catkins on branches, known as “Pussy willows” can be a great addition to any home decor.  Do you have a moisture problem in your yard or have spot where it is difficult to get other plants to grow… willows maybe the solution with different sizes, textures and colors.  You will learn how to grow-your-own, how to live stake for erosion management and nutrient requirements.

Ann and Walker Miller own and operate The Happy Berry, a berry farm in the summer, and selling willows as a winter crop.  The farm is their 401K.  They are both retired from Clemson University where Walker worked as a extension specialist trouble shooting for farmers and Ann as a incubation and hatchery specialist.

Saturday March 18th 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

(231) Crown Reduction Pruning - Patrick George of Heartwood Tree

Do you have trouble keeping your trees alive? Or, maybe your trees just look unhealthy or aren’t growing well?

In this seminar Patrick George of Heartwood Tree will discuss pruning techniques to  preserve maturing trees and make them structurally safer.  He will focus on the key things you need to know to help you avoid killing or stressing your tree. With proper pruning techniques and little knowledge in how to read a “tree’s body language” by the end of this talk you might just walk away as a tree hugger or tree whisperer whichever you prefer!

Patrick George is the founder and owner of Heartwood Tree Company. Patrick started this company with a belief that trees can be more important than line items on a budget. Now more than 30 years later, he is committed to helping trees outlive humans.

(232) Mind-Body Medicine: Applications, Benefits, and Limitations - Abbas Rakhshani with The Yoga Wellness Center

There is now ample scientific data that shows our minds have direct influence on our health. But like everything else, mind-body medicine has its own limitations. In this workshop you will learn: 1) what exactly is mind-body therapies, 2) how it works, 3) what type of disorders respond best to it, and 4) who would be the right candidate for them.

 

ABOUT DR. RAKHSHANI: Dr. Rakhshani lived 13 years in India training, practicing, and conducting clinical studies in the field of yogic sciences and Ayurvedic medicine. In 2012, he founded The Yoga Wellness Center, a holistic healthcare facility in south Asheville. He is the author of several peer-reviewed scientific papers and has been a speaker at UNCA and other institutions in Asheville. He can be reached at abbas@TYWCenter.com(828) 774-5150, or www.TheYogaWellnessCenter.com.

(233) Renovate with Color - Scott Smith

Learn how to use artistry, color and design to enhance your home or business. Scott utilizes murals, color, decorative finishes, art installation and custom signs to help home and businesses tell their story and he can help your business  to “Go Big” by telling the story of their brand.

(234) The Wonderful World of Native Plants - Terry Long with Terry Long Landscaping

Ever wonder why or how to use native plants and increase your green footprint while also looking good? Terri Long will make it easy for you by highlighting her top 25 native plants and their use in your landscape.

 

Terri Long specializes in working with busy professionals and retirees to create naturally inspired landscapes that enrich their lives. Terri Long Landscape Design is a full service landscape company serving Asheville and western North Carolina since 1998. See examples of her work at www.terrilonglandscape.com and www.houzz.com/pro/terrilonglandscape.

(235) Remodel for Health and Energy Efficiency - by Sam Ruark-Eastes, Executive Director of the WNC Green Building Council

How Green is your home?  And, what can you do to improve it?

The WNC Green Building Council’s Green Gauge program can help assesses how green an existing home actually is. It is the perfect tool for buyers or sellers of green homes or for homeowners needing recommendations on how to make a home greener. In this session we will focus on how to improve your home with energy efficiency, water conservation, indoor air quality, materials, and a sustainable site.  We will also cover incentives available from Duke Energy Progress to help you pay for improvements.

Saturday March 18th 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm

(241) Paint Color Placement: The Designer Secret to a Successful Color Plan - Sandy LeRoy with Sterling Property Services

Paint Color Placement: The Designer Secret to a Successful Color Plan

There are two elements to a color plan that works: color selection and color placement. Color selection gets all the attention, but the strategic placement of well-chosen colors is equally important. In this seminar covering interior and exterior painting projects, you’ll learn how to use color to showcase the best features of your house, minimize design shortcomings, make spaces appear larger and hide things that don’t deserve attention.

 

About Sandy Le Roy, Architectural Paint Color Consultant

Sandy Le Roy loves to talk about color. As an architectural paint color consultant, painting contractor, decorative painter and professional home stager, she’s helped countless clients solve their color dilemmas and transform ordinary spaces into ones they love to live in. Sandy regularly teaches color workshops and writes about color and design on her blog (sandyatsps.blogspot.com).  She is a Certified Color Strategist, an Accredited Staging Professional and partner in Sterling Property Services of Hendersonville with her husband, Roger Ness, a master painter. Roger and Sandy have been painting contractors since 1986.

(242) History and Feasibility of Electric Cars - Kent Barnes with The Blue Ridge Electric Vehicle Club

The electric vehicle was created long before the internal combustion car.  EVs were the preferred method of transportation over 100 years ago, being cleaner and more reliable than the cranky gas car.  However, the advent of cheap oil caused the demise of the EV, until now!  EV specialist Kent Barnes presents the truth about Electric Vehicles and fighting our addiction to oil.

(243) Growing Annual and Perennial Flowers in your Landscape -Angie Lavazzo of Sow True Seeds

This workshop will talk about the hows and whys of incorporating different flowers in your landscape for beauty, and pollinator support. Learn about different types of flowers that can be beneficial to you and your environment. Every attendee will receive a sample pack of flower seeds that are easy to start from seed so they can go home and get growing!

(244) Sustainablility Starts with the Land! - Jennifer Bauer with Appalachian Landslide Consultants

Many times, when people mention “sustainable building,” what comes to mind are solar panels, energy efficiency, and recycled materials. What many don’t realize is that sustainability starts with the suitability of the land on which the home is built. This seminar will discuss the importance of taking landslide hazards into consideration when building or purchasing a home in the mountains. It will show examples of the types of landslides that occur in WNC, things that indicate when a slope is unstable, the available landslide susceptibility maps in the region, and when to hire an experienced professional for a site-specific evaluation. Learn how to keep your dream home on solid ground!

Jennifer Bauer is a licensed geologist and co-owner of Appalachian Landslide Consultants, PLLC. ALC is a business member of the WNC Green Building Council and Land of Sky Board of Realtors allied member.

(245) Which home performance upgrades are most worth the money, and which ones can you skip? - Amy Musser with Vandemusser Design

Talk to an expert in high performance homes about which new and popular home upgrades are most worth the money.  Which new technologies should you be focusing on? Which things look great on Pinterest but may end up costing you more in the long run?  Some of the topics we’ll cover are:  induction cooktops, commercial gas ranges, LED lighting, fireplaces and wood stoves, hot water re-circulation systems, energy recovery ventilators, high efficiency filters, Energy Star certification, and fiberglass windows.  Whether you’re building a new home or renovating an existing one, this discussion will help you focus your efforts on the best new products.

 

Bio:  Amy Musser is a mechanical engineer and home energy rater in Asheville, NC.  Her company provides green building consulting and certification services for high performance homes in Western North Carolina.  She and her husband Matt Vande live in a net-zero energy LEED platinum rated home that they designed.

Sunday March 19th 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

(311) Crown Reduction Pruning - Patrick George of Heartwood Tree

Do you have trouble keeping your trees alive? Or, maybe your trees just look unhealthy or aren’t growing well?

In this seminar Patrick George of Heartwood Tree will discuss pruning techniques to  preserve maturing trees and make them structurally safer.  He will focus on the key things you need to know to help you avoid killing or stressing your tree. With proper pruning techniques and little knowledge in how to read a “tree’s body language” by the end of this talk you might just walk away as a tree hugger or tree whisperer whichever you prefer!

Patrick George is the founder and owner of Heartwood Tree Company. Patrick started this company with a belief that trees can be more important than line items on a budget. Now more than 30 years later, he is committed to helping trees outlive humans.

(312) Ayurvedic Massage: Restorative, Preventive, and Relaxing - Abbas Rakhshani with The Yoga Wellness Center

How can a therapy so blissfully relaxing as a full-body warm oil massage, boost up your body and mind for peak performance? What exactly is this ancient massage from India and how does it differ from Western styles of massage? What are its different modalities and is it suitable for you or a loved one?

 

ABOUT DR. RAKHSHANI: Dr. Rakhshani lived 13 years in India training, practicing, and conducting clinical studies in the field of yogic sciences and Ayurvedic medicine. In 2012, he founded The Yoga Wellness Center, a holistic healthcare facility in south Asheville. He is the author of several peer-reviewed scientific papers and has been a speaker at UNCA and other institutions in Asheville. He can be reached at abbas@TYWCenter.com(828) 774-5150, or www.TheYogaWellnessCenter.com.

(313) Growing Annual and Perennial Flowers in your Landscape - Angie Lavazzo of Sow True Seeds

This workshop will talk about the hows and whys of incorporating different flowers in your landscape for beauty, and pollinator support. Learn about different types of flowers that can be beneficial to you and your environment. Every attendee will receive a sample pack of flower seeds that are easy to start from seed so they can go home and get growing!

(314) Homeopathy for Chronic Care - Kimberly Woods with Revolutionary Medicine

For over 200 years, homeopathy has been extremely effective for most types of chronic, long-term illness. As part of mainstream medical care in Europe, 40% of MD’s prescribe it for their patients. In this seminar, we will focus on the importance of addressing the root cause of problems, which often are genetic (cancer, diabetes, alcoholism, etc. in the family history,) emotional (past trauma or abuse)  and/or environmental (side effects from medications, vaccines, chemicals, etc.)  Case studies of several diseases will be presented, including Arthritis, Cancer, Depression, and Autism. Discover the power of homeopathy and feel empowered to take charge of your health!

About the presenter – Kimberly is an expert in homeopathic care. For over 25 years, she has helped thousands of individuals suffering from severe physical problems to psychological illnesses. She is truly gifted at educating and empowering the individual in natural approaches to health and well-being. Kimberly has completed advanced training’s with world-renowned Homeopaths and Herbalists. She takes a complex subject (Homeopathy) and makes it easy and understandable. For more info please see www.naturalhealthsource.us 

(315) Where did you get that water bottle fleece? - Christine Brown, GreenWorks

Ever wonder what your recycling is turned into?  If you are recycling correctly? What happens after it leaves the curbside?  Join Asheville GreenWorks to learn the local recycling guidelines.  Also covered are TV’s, tires, and Household Hazardous Waste.

 

For those Hard to Recycle items like Styrofoam, lawn mowers and vacuum cleaners Asheville GreenWorks conducts 5 events a year. Ask the experts all your questions and if they don’t have an answer they’ll find one!

Sunday March 19th 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm

(321) Green Building 101 - by Sam Ruark-Eastes, Executive Director of the WNC Green Building Council

An introduction to green home construction, this session will cover options for improving the site, water efficiency, energy efficiency, indoor air quality and materials to be more environmentally friendly. We will also discuss the various rating systems such as Green Built NC, LEED Homes, and Energy Star and how to find green building professionals that can help you with your project.

Sessions taught by Sam Ruark-Eastes, Executive Director of the WNC Green Building Council

(322) Going Green with Your Cleaning Supplies - Keller Ann Knight - The Vitamin Shoppe

Are you interested in natural cleaning products and aromatherapy? If you answered yes then this program is for you!  Not only will you leave this seminar informed about “green” cleaning supplies, you will also receive samples and goody bags to help you on your new journey of all natural cleaning products!

(323) Edible and Practical Landscaping: Small Lots and Big Spaces - Jennifer Flynn & Jeannie Dunn with NC Natural Products Assn.

Join Jennifer Flynn with Grass To Greens/NC Natural Products Association and Jeannie Dunn of Red Moon Herbs/NC Natural Products Association to learn how to create your own edible garden for city lots or grand acres. Transform your yard or forest into a beautiful, living grocery store and medicine chest with perennial plants that grow well in the WNC region. Plant suggestions will include tips for shade and sun-loving plants, human and earthly benefits including uses for invasive plant species.

(324) Better Living Conditions and Local Food Production in Cold Climates - Bart Cox with Northern Indigenous Housing

In this seminar Bart Cox of Northern Indigenous will discuss ways to better the living conditions for Native Americans living on remote reserves in colder northern climates.

Bart will be discussing the living conditions of the communities where he was researching a patent in Canada on quality housing that can stand up to the long cold winter’s can be very expensive in these communities. His research lead to the idea of building quality homes with local materials for approximately half or even less the current price of building a home in these communities.

With a focus on exploring healthier local food production and the need for greenhouses, Bart will explain what measures he explored to increase these communities to produce food locally for the community and generate safer and cleaner heat sources.

(325) Colloidal Silver for Healthy Living - Jonathan Glauser creator of Mountain Well-Being

Colloidal Silver is one of the most useful nutritional supplements on the market.  It can be taken internally as a natural antibiotic, helping the body to fight infections.  Colloidal Silver can also be extremely helpful for topical first aid, as it is known to heal the skin better than anything else can.  Great to have on hand for cuts, burns, wounds, infections, etc.  Colloidal Silver, when made correctly, can be safely applied directly in the eyes, ears, sinuses, and even the lungs.  In addition, Colloidal Silver can be used to disinfect water and preserve food.  All the wonderful uses for Colloidal Silver will be discussed.

 

Jonathan Glauser is the creator of Mountain Well-Being and is a leading expert in the field of colloidal minerals and natural health products.  He’s been manufacturing the finest quality Colloidal Silver, Colloidal Gold, and Colloidal Copper for over 15 years.  Come learn everything you ever wanted to know about Colloidal Silver.  All questions will be answered.  Jonathan will also cover other key nutritional supplements that are essential for optimal health, such as Organic Sulfur (MSM), Iodine, Dimethylglycine (DMG), Superfoods such as Moringa and Blue-Green Algae, as well as touch on Colloidal Gold and Colloidal Copper uses.  This is a very informative class for those that care about natural health.

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