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School of Herbology

School of Herbology

Herbology is the use of plants for medicinal purposes, and the study of such use. Herbology studies how plants affect organs, which include classes such as Natural Healing and Longevity. 

 

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Certificate

Master Herbalist

Master Herbalist Certificate Program

 

12 Credit Hours

$65/per Credit Hour - Total Tuition: $780 - Monthly Payment Plans Available

Courses and Descriptions

 

  • HERBALISM I – This brief introduction gives the student an understanding of “how” herbals affect organs in the body. The “Principles of Herbal Healing” are also discussed for the sake of the student, so that he/she may compare conventional medicine with herbal medicine, and learn how to choose the “Right Herb” for the diagnosis. One essential factor learned is: “More is Not Necessarily Better” for anyone, and taking too many herbals of one kind, may cause allergy or even death in rare cases. Discussed in Part One is: a.) plans for long range improvement; b.) origins of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM); c.) sizing up ways to render herbal treatment to children and older adults; and discussed are d.) Disorders of the Immune System, Psychosomatic Complaints, Allergies, Capsules, Extracts, Granules, Lozenges, Medicinal Spirits, Plant Juices, Syrups, Tablets, Teas, and Tinctures, as well as other maladies too numerous to mention. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • HERBALISM II - This study discusses in detail Common Health Problems and “how” herbs may bring about a remedy for some Common Bad Health Maladies such as: Acne, Atherosclerosis, ADHD, Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH), Breast Cancer, Congestive Heart Failure, Constipation, Depression, Endometriosis, Eye Problems, Fibromyalgia, Gastritis, Hypertension, IBS, Memory Problems, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Stomach Cancer, Wrinkles, and Yeast Infections. All total, there are more than 160 herbal remedies discussed. Most of these herbals bring about amelioration (improvement) in humans, who suffer with various illnesses or maladies.  4 CREDIT HOURS

  • HERBALISM III – This study discusses growth, storing, and using of herbs. Some of the subjects discussed are: Acupuncture, Aromatherapy, Douches, Estrogen-Reducing Diet, Foot Baths, Kegel Exercises, Massage, Ointments, Plasters, Poultices, Relaxation Techniques, Steam Inhalations, Teas, as well as other subjects not listed herein.  4 CREDIT HOURS

Diploma

Herbal Consultant

HERBAL CONSULTANT DIPLOMA—30 CREDIT HOURS COURSES & DESCRIPTIONS

  • Vitamins/Supplements - A study that is sure to enlighten you further about what is adequate for the body and in what increment vitamins and minerals should be taken. Various vitamins and minerals as well as other non-classified substances are uniquely categorized and formatted so they may be learned by the student so that he/she understands complications, healing time periods, available forms, cautions, possible side effects, drug interactions, food and nutrient interactions, usual dosage and over-dosage. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Natural Healing I - The student is introduced to the history of natural health therapies, which will include natural health development, key people, and writings (books) that have play a role in the development in the field of natural healing. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Natural Healing II - This course will provide an examination of a variety of alternative health therapies such as colonics, homeopathic remedies, cancer remedies, and more that are available today. The results are also discussed. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Natural Healing III - Discusses a wide variety of treatment options for ailments and maladies that are considered holistic or alternative. This course will consider and investigate a wide variety of treatments and chart their effectiveness. As there are several modalities of therapy available, various therapies shall be compared and analyzed. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Herbology I - This brief introduction gives the student an understanding of “how” herbals affect organs in the body. The “Principles of Herbal Healing” are also discussed for the sake of the student, so that he/she may compare conventional medicine with herbal medicine, and learn how to choose the “Right Herb” for the diagnosis. One essential factor learned is: “More is Not Necessarily Better” for anyone, and taking too many herbals of one kind, may cause allergy or even death in rare cases. Discussed in Part One is: a.) plans for long range improvement; b.) origins of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM); c.) sizing up ways to render herbal treatment to children and older adults; and discussed are d.) Disorders of the Immune System, Psychosomatic Complaints, Allergies, Capsules, Extracts, Granules, Lozenges, Medicinal Spirits, Plant Juices, Syrups, Tablets, Teas, and Tinctures, as well as other maladies too numerous to mention. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Herbology II - This study discusses in detail Common Health Problems and “how” herbs may bring about a remedy for some Common Bad Health Maladies such as: Acne, Atherosclerosis, ADHD, Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH), Breast Cancer, Congestive Heart Failure, Constipation, Depression, Endometriosis, Eye Problems, Fibromyalgia, Gastritis, Hypertension, IBS, Memory Problems, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Stomach Cancer, Wrinkles, and Yeast Infections. All total, there are more than 160 herbal remedies discussed. Most of these herbals bring about amelioration (improvement) in humans, who suffer with various illnesses or maladies. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Herbology III - This study discusses the “Techniques of Herbal Healing” and the short and long range effects. Some of the subjects discussed are: Acupuncture, Aromatherapy, Douches, Estrogen-Reducing Diet, Foot Baths, Kegel Exercises, Massage, Ointments, Plasters, Poultices, Relaxation Techniques, Steam Inhalations, Teas, as well as other subjects not listed herein. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Longevity - This course gives details and facts on the latest research for living longer. Through this study one will learn how to enjoy a more vital, disease-free life, a sharp memory, and a longer lifespan. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Herbal Healing - Focuses on the development of Herbal Medicine and types of Medicinal Plants and their therapeutic properties. In addition this study will expand upon herbal remedies and their usage in for personal and private practice. Their usage, safety and a review of today’s research on Herbal Plants and their effect on humans shall be included. 3 CREDIT HOURS

Masters