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William LeSassier (November 6, 1948 – May 13, 2003) was an American herbalist and acupuncturist. He developed William’s Triune System of Formulation, which continues to be taught by herbalists, including David Winston, who has significantly expanded LeSassier's materia medica. LeSassier taught and inspired many of the major herbalists currently practicing in the United States, including Matthew Wood, David Winston, Margi Flynt, Kerry Adams and Dina Falconi, and his influence is significant. His classes were taped and continue to influence herbal medicine in the United States.

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  • William LeSassier (November 6, 1948 – May 13, 2003) was an American herbalist and acupuncturist. He developed William’s Triune System of Formulation, which continues to be taught by herbalists, including David Winston, who has significantly expanded LeSassier's materia medica. LeSassier taught and inspired many of the major herbalists currently practicing in the United States, including Matthew Wood, David Winston, Margi Flynt, Kerry Adams and Dina Falconi, and his influence is significant. His classes were taped and continue to influence herbal medicine in the United States.
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  • William LeSassier (November 6, 1948 – May 13, 2003) was an American herbalist and acupuncturist. He developed William’s Triune System of Formulation, which continues to be taught by herbalists, including David Winston, who has significantly expanded LeSassier's materia medica. LeSassier taught and inspired many of the major herbalists currently practicing in the United States, including Matthew Wood, David Winston, Margi Flynt, Kerry Adams and Dina Falconi, and his influence is significant. His classes were taped and continue to influence herbal medicine in the United States.
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