Herbal medicine courses at Herbal Medics University are designed to give the maximum amount of information, hands-on experience and even clinical scenarios, in the shortest amount of time.

The concept is that we want to teach you the most necessary and crucial elements in regards to a materia medica (your personal list of herbs that you learn to use), preparations (tinctures, salves, syrups, etc.), a structure that is western-physiology based in order to create your own herbal formulas, medicinal plant identification and growing, ethical wildcrafting, diagnosis (assessment), creating a home or neighborhood clinic in a post-disaster setting, creating a treatment plan, and much more.

To this end, our herbology classes have a core set of classes, and elective modules.

Intermediate Level (440 Class/Clinic Hours + Case Studies and Thesis)

Pathophysiology Module Dates: (ONLINE) – presenting physiology, anatomy, pathophysiology and herbs from the standpoint of an herbalist. These modules are completely online. (Each module is 16 class hours for a total of 192 class hours)

The Integumentary (Skin) System for Herbalists, begins June 5, 2017.

The Cardiovascular System for Herbalists, July 3 – July 24th, 2017

The Endocrine System for Herbalists, September 4 – 25th, 2017

The Digestive System for Herbalists, October 2 – 23, 2017

Digestion & Clinical Nutrition Bundle, 3 combined classes — students can begin checking these out on October 2nd.  Includes the Digestion for Herbalists 16-hour pathophysiology module, Functional Medicine & Clinical Nutrition 1 and 2. Course access is open for students through January 15, 2018.

Head, Eyes, Ear, Nose & Throat – Systems for Herbalists, January 23 – February 12, 2018

Intermediate Common (Herbalist Skills) Modules (ONLINE AND ONSITE)

Field Botany for the Herbalist (8 on-site hours), Nov. 10th 
ONSITE 5-day intensive – hands on portion on one subject per day on the above topics (40 onsite hours), 11/10 – 11/14, 2016, San Antonio, TX.  
Horticulture/Gardening and Harvesting, Constituent Theory (12 online hours): TBA
Intermediate Herbal Remote and Post Disaster Medicine (16 hours online): TBA

Intermediate Clinical Elective Courses

Emotional Intelligence (Introduction to Psychobiology), 6-week online course with Crystal Honeycutt, ND.  March 1 – April 5th,2017.
3-Day Botany Intensive: Becoming a Bio-Regional Herbalist, with John Slattery. April 21 – 23, 2017.

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