Dr Werner received his Medical degree from Saint Louis University School of medicine in 1986, specializing as an OB/GYN and general practitioner for 14 years.
Residency training Dept. of OB/GYN Good Samaritan medical center in Phoenix Az. Scott was recognized in advanced laparoscopic laser surgery and Gynecological laser surgery. He later moved his successful medical practice to Utah and during his career he delivered over 2000 babies successfully. Scott used Alternative/complimentary medicine and has seen thousands of patients.
Dr Scott used herbs, homeopathic and energetic remedies and Chelation therapy in the improvement of health and wellness in “untreatable illnesses and dis-ease”. He relinquished his Medical license in Utah and Arizona and left traditional medicine in 2005 and opened an herb store in St. George Utah. Scott has lectured extensively to private and professional groups throughout the United States educating them about multiple healing modalities and herbal products. He is very gifted, incredibly insightful, informative, animated and entertaining. He has lectured on many health subjects ranging from Parasites to virus and from nutritional support to healing energy blockages. He has thousands of clients all over the world, who have sought him out for his knowledge of the healing process. He has also lectured many times for the annual conferences held through Systemic Formulas, Inno-Vita, Physician’s and alternative Medicine conferences.
Scott truly believes that all dis-ease is a combination of too much toxicity and not enough nutrition in the body, coupled with emotions that deplete our health. He has a very spiritual understanding to the approach of wellness and has worked extensively with world class healer, Katherine Beck. He learned many healing methods and techniques.
If you have tumors, cysts, acne, sores which do not heal, intestinal diseases, chronic illnesses of the lungs, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, ovaries or testes, hormone imbalances, endometriosis, brain and/or nervous system, skin, glandular dysfunction, kidney disease, chronic bone and joint inflammation and pain, immune dysfunction, lymphatic congestion, eye floaters and/or glaucoma, chronic sinusitis, ear…
Chia seeds are native to South America and have been a staple in Mayan and Aztec diets for centuries. Today, they draw the interest of many people for their health benefits and uses in cooking. It turns out the South American staple is a rich source of nutrients and antioxidants.
Healthy EATING. What does that even mean in todays world? It means eating clean organic food….non-GMO