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Welcome Dr. Sharol Tilgner, the author of Herbal ABC's: The Foundation of Herbal Medicine

 
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Please join me in welcoming Dr. Sharol Tilgner, author of Herbal ABC's: The Foundation of Herbal Medicine


 

Read the book review here!

Dr. Tilgner will be hanging out in the forums until Friday, May 25th, 2018 answering questions and sharing her experiences with you all.

At the end of the week, we'll make a draw for 3 lucky winners to win a copy of her book! From now until Friday, all new posts in the medicinal herbs forum are eligible to win.

To win, you must use a name that follows our naming policy and you must have your email set up to receive  the Daily-ish email.

The winners will be notified by Personal Moosage and must respond within 48 hours. Only the winners who respond within that timeframe will receive their book. Watch for a PM, and a notice in this thread announcing the winners!


Please remember that we favor perennial discussion.  The threads you start will last beyond the event.  You don't need to use Dr. Tilgner's name get her attention. We like these threads to be accessible to everyone, and some people may not post their experiences if the thread is directed to the author alone.


Posts in this thread won't count as an entry to win the book, but please say "Hi!" to Dr. Tilgner and make her feel welcome!
 
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Welcome Dr. Sharol Tilgner,

Thanks for coming to hang out with us.  Your book looks great!
 
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Hi Dr. Tilgner....welcome to Permies!!!
 
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Greetings. Welcome to Permies.  I look forward to what you will share with us about herbs.
 
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Hi Dr. Tilgner! Your visit certainly is timely for us in the northern hemisphere. I always start to question all of the many new shoots of green poping in my landscape this time of year.
 
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Welcome to permies.com Dr. Tilgner.
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Your book is beautiful!  Thanks for sharing it with us and your knowledge.
 
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Welcome Dr. Tilgner, I look forward to reading your book and learning more about herbal medicines.

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Greetings and welcome, Dr. Tilgner.
 
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Welcome! I am longing to know what different and or personal you can bring upon herbal medicine!
 
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Welcome Dr. Sharol Tilgner, can wait to look at your book.

@Anne Miller, I love your signature! My mother in-law had me remove huge amounts of Kudzu from her back yard. After finishing I asked the abc company and found that Kudzu is a blessing in so many ways.
 
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Welcome!!
 
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Welcome Dr. Tilgner, I hope you have a great time here!

Any advise as to what plants would make great medicinal essential oils?

Thank you.
 
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This is very timely for me. Welcome Dr. Tilgner! I look forward to seeing/reading what you have to share.
Thank you.
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thank you so Much, Dr. Sharol Tigner!  My mom 'went herbal' back in 1968 gleaning all she could of Dr.  Jethro Kloss's "Back to Eden", I feel fortunate to have her 3rd copy (the other 2 she wore out!) I use herbs for my husband and self
and grow what I can in our garden.  We both have Cerebral Palsy and most pharmaceuticals for us have had disastrous results.  I am glad to find this site, thanks, everyone!
 
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    As I watch my few herbs grow sweetly this year, I enjoy reading all about the wonders of our natural world, and hope for bountiful harvest. I look forward to your book, and thank you for being here.  
 
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Welcome, Dr Tilgner!
The book you have written sounds fantastic !!
 
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Congratulations


Travis Johnson
Kelton Mitchell
and
Roberto pokachinni



The software has magically picked you as this week's winners.  A PM has been sent to your inbox with instructions on how to receive your free book!
 
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Welp, I did not win...so off I go to buy yet another herbal. Thank you, Dr. Tilgner!
 
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Welcome Dr Tilgner! Do herbalists call themselves “Herbies”?
 
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