Certified Master Herbalist

Herbs are widely used in every culture on the planet. More than 80% of the world's population still depends on herbal use to maintain good health and well-being. Take an in-depth look at the characteristics, origins, nutritional qualities, and applications of herbs from all over the world.

Now taking enrollments for the February 3, 2020 start date. (Next start May 25, 2020)

What You Will Learn

  • The history of herbal medicine and legislative activities that have threatened the practice
  • Historical uses of herbs, their nutritional qualities and physical attributes
  • The modern commercial market for herbs and herbalists
  • Myths and misconceptions of herbal qualities and efficacy
  • Plants and herbs as food (whole food plant-based diet)
  • Introduction to the most popular Chinese and Ayurvedic herbs
  • Delivery methods - capsules, tinctures, salves, teas, poultices/fomentations and compresses, and how to make them
  • Introductions to Mycology and Gemmotherapy
  • Modern-day champions of practical herbalism
  • Herbs you should grow and allow to grow
  • How Herbology fits within your practice
  • How to develop and build your own Materia Medica

Learn. Demonstrate. Transform.

Our courses are delivered through the online learning management system, Canvas. Each week students receive lecture material in the form of voiced PowerPoint presentation, video, or reading assignment. Students participate in weekly discussions and activities which provide practical application of their skills and offers peer interaction and instructor feedback. Progress is documented in weekly quizzes and a comprehensive final examination at the completion of each 4-week course.

Estimated time of completion: 16 Weeks

Pay in Full: $1,440

  ($1600 - 10% Paid in Full discount)

Make a one-time payment of $1,440. Upon passing each course, you will be able to continue right into the next one.

All course materials and Canvas access are included in your enrollment cost.

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