They also have a wonderful site herbalacademyofne.com/ that has tons of info.
If you are interested in taking the course let me know then maybe we could share ideas. Also if you do sign up for the class I do make a small fee from it. If you have a blog and you want to sign up they have an affiliate program where you can get a small discount on the course if you share the info on your blog. ( I didn't even notice this until after I had signed up, so just wanted to share that so others would know before they signed up, so they could get the discount)
So here is what is in the course I am so excited to learn all of this.
The Intermediate Herbal Course: 10 Unit Outline
Over 100 herbal recipes
Printable handouts and charts
Videos throughout every unit
Online forums open for discussion and questions
Easy access to a team of herbalists and medical professionals
Printable Intermediate Herbal Certification upon completion
An online forum so students can share things with each other.
They have some recommended books that might be helpful I don't have any of these yet but hope to be able to get a couple of them
Botany in a Day by, Thomas J. Elpel
Medical Herbalism by, David Hoffman
Adaptogens: Herbs for Strength , Stamina, and Stress Relief by, David Winston
Nutritional Herbology: A Reference guide to Herbs by, Mark Pederson
The Web Has No Weaver: Understanding Chinese Medicine by, Ted J. Kaptchuk
You can also use Mountain Rose Herbs these two have bottles and other supplies.
Frontier,Zack Wood Farms,Jean’s Greens are also recommended in the course
St. Johns wort
Other herbs featured in the program , pick some you would you like to try. They will not go to waste.
Tulsi (Holy basil)
Yellow dock root
As you can see they cover a lot. So if you are wanting more information on herbalism this is the place to go.
Even if you don't want to try the class go check out the Site, as I said they have a ton of information on it.
If you have any questions just ask and I will try to answer.
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