• January 25, 2017
    6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Nature’s Way is proud to announce Board Certified Doctor of Naturopathy Charles Lewis will be presenting a FREE educational series on Naturopathic Medicine!

The first seminar will focus on Botanical Medicine and will be on Wednesday, January 25 at 6:00 PM

Limited Seating available, call 870-425-7677 to reserve your seat today!

The series will be hosted at Nature’s Way Cafe
(12 East 7th St, Mountain Home)

Please Note: Nature’s Way Cafe kitchen & service will be closed, however attendees are welcome to purchase refreshments before the seminar at Nature’s Way Health Food Store, or bring their own beverage.


Charles Lewis‘ naturopathic degree was obtained at Trinity College of Natural Health, and was then certified by the American Naturopathic Medical Certification and Accreditation Board.  Post graduate studies include biological medicine through the Marion Foundation, directed by Dr. Thomas Rau, from the Paracelsus Klinik, Switzerland.

Dr. Lewis has taught in several venues.  A former professor of anatomy for pre-med and nursing biological science at Lake Michigan College, selected as Dean of Science at Sherman Institute, and has taught homeopathy, herbology, iridology, and alternative therapies to the public and practitioners.

He has been in the natural health field for almost 30 years, having owned a health food store, and formulated for the health food industry.   With many years of experience he currently helps people from literally all around the world.

The first seminar will focus on Botanical Medicine and will be hosted at Nature’s Way Cafe (12 East 7th St, Mountain Home) on January 25th at 6pm. The free seminar will last approximately one hour. 

Limited Seating available, call 870-425-7677 to reserve your FREE seat today!

Botanical Medicine I – Description

Botanical medicine is the study of herbs and plants that are used for medicinal purposes.  Historically, some herbs were used for culinary spices, but the most important use of herb historically was medicinal.

For most of man’s existence, he has used various but limited resources for treating injuries and diseases.  Historically he has used magic, music, even psychotherapy, bleeding, amputation, physical therapy, diet, exercise; but of all of these, plant remedies represent the most continuous and universal form of therapy and treatment in the world.  Whatever else man may have done to themselves, and to each other in the name of medicine at various times, plants were the basic source of therapeutic products.  Hippocrates himself advocated the use of a few simple herbal drugs, or remedies, along with fresh air, rest, and proper diet.

Botanical Medicine 1 gives you the basics of herbology, where you will learn the historical use and history of botanical medicine, classification, the specific use of these classifications, how to make and use herb preparations, and the ailments they are used for.


I.         What is Herbology?
II.        The Introduction:  History and Ancient Use of Herbs
III.       Herbal Mixtures
IV.       Plant Parts and Their Uses
V.        Glossary of Medicinal Effects
VI.       Botanical Names and Common Names
VII.      Glossary of Terms in Botanical Medicine
VIII.     Wild Crafting
IX.       Storing and Drying of Herbs
X.        How to Make and Use Herbal Preparations



Venue Phone: 8704957677

Venue Website:

12 E 7th Street,, Mountain Home, Arkansas, 72653, United States


Natures Way Cafe at the Square in Mountain Home.

12 E 7th St, Mountain Home, AR 72653