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On this episode of Let’s Be Blunt, Montel chats with Katie Stem, CEO and Founder of Peak Extracts in Oregon. Katie is a graduate of Carleton College where she majored in pre-med and literature. While working for Washington State University and Oregon Health & Science University, she experimented in the fields of physiology, pharmacology and neurology using natural products and pharmaceutical interventions for human diseases. In 2010, she completed her degree in traditional Chinese medicine and became a licensed herbalist and acupuncturist.

 

 

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