Herbalist & Alchemist announces Expo West events

Herbalist & Alchemist announces Expo West events

Free Kindle, David Winston book signings, product giveaways and more.

Herbalist & Alchemist will give away great prizes, sponsor the third annual AHPA Herb Walk, introduce new products, and showcase new labels at Natural Products Expo West, to be held at the Anaheim Convention Center March 7 to 9, 2014. 

H&A will give away a brand new Kindle Fire loaded with company founder and clinical herbalist David Winston’s educational sessions to one very lucky booth visitor. Drawings will also be held in the booth for product baskets, and free books will be signed by David at scheduled times.

This is a great opportunity to get David Winston's 10th edition of his Herbal Therapeutics: Specific Indications. This greatly expanded edition includes additional recommendations, contraindications, and suggested use make Herbal Therapeutics a complete herbal medicine resource.

Booth schedule:

March 7
2 to 3 p.m. Book Signing with David Winston
4 p.m. Daily Contest Drawing

March 8  
2 to 3 p.m. Book Signing with David Winston
4 p.m. Daily Contest Drawing

March 9
12 p.m. Drawing for Kindle loaded with a David Winston library

H&A will again sponsor the AHPA/ABC Herb Walk, with David serving as one of the faculty, on Thursday, March 6, 1 to 5 p.m. David will be leading a tour at the nearby Fullerton Arboretum, a beautiful 26-acre botanical garden on the campus of California State University. Learn about culinary and medicinal herbs and their traditional uses of the arboretum's permanent collection of more than 4,000 plant species from around the world.  This is a unique opportunity, which can be added to Expo registration.  

Attendees should visit the booth to register for the drawings. In keeping with their status as a Certified B Corporation, Herbalist & Alchemist is using a paperless entry system for the contests.     

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