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Herbalism 1: The Development, Forms, and Energetics of Herbal Therapy, Part 1 (WS)

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CourseGraphic How did herbal therapy develop? What are the major herbal systems of the world, and how do they compare and differ? How do herbalists from these various systems choose particular herbs for particular situations? You will learn about the energetic aspects of herbs (for example, herbs which are warming, cooling, drying, & moistening) and how they can impact upon different types of people and conditions. Common assessment techniques of herbalists (including tongue assessment, facial assessment, iridology, and kinesiology) will also be briefly covered.

This course can be taken individually or as a part of the entire Herbal Therapy Certificate.

Herbal Therapy Certificate: Herbal therapy is the oldest and most widespread form of healing on planet earth! It is currently experiencing a revival in North America (since the mid-1980s), after a lull which transpired from the early 1900s with the advent of orthodox medicine and its array of drugs. Generally regarded as safer and just as effective (if not more effective) as orthodox medicine, herbalism is a science and art that can be successfully learned and utilized by the lay person. Through the use of tinctures, glycerites, teas, capsules, poultices, compresses, and salves, students enrolled in this course will learn to apply herbal therapy to support the constitution with reference to an array of conditions from A to Z, in consideration of guidelines as to indications, dosage, and contraindications.

Class Details

1 Sessions
Weekly - Wed

Location
P1844

Instructor
Matthew Alfs 

CEUs : 0.25

 

Notice

Please read: 
  • Class materials will be available for purchase in class. 300: Herbs: Their Indications & Contraindications (A Materia Medica & Repertory) (2003). Approx $15
  • Suggested Reading: Edible Medicinal Wild Plants of the Midwest, $40

Tuition: 

$49.00


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Registration Closes On
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 @ 11:59 PM

Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
3/21/2018 - 3/21/2018 Weekly - Wed 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM Normandale (Bloomington), P1844  Map, Room: P1844 Matthew Alfs 

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