Ganesha's Lisa is fountain of A.Vogal information

PUBLISHED: 18:02 09 April 2009 | UPDATED: 23:21 15 June 2010

The assistant manager of Ganesha, in Honiton, is a fountain of new information for customers now that she has passed a 16-month course with distinction.

The assistant manager of Ganesha, in Honiton, is a fountain of new information for customers - now that she has passed a 16-month course with distinction.Lisa Forsyth, 41, studied phytotherapy in-depth with A.Vogal, a company which manufactures herbal remedies - from growing its own plants to turning them into tinctures.A.Vogal remedies, many of which are licensed, are used to treat a wide range of symptoms - from colds and 'flu to aches, pains, bumps and bruises. There is even a remedy for varicose veins!Lisa, who was presented with her certificate by Rachel Berlandi, of A.Vogel, last week, studied the correspondence course in modules, learning about the body, how it works and how herbal remedies can treat symptoms using natural ingredients.


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