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HERBAL & NATURAL  MEDICINE 

HERBAL & NATURAL MEDICINE TRAINING SERIES   - A certificate series

FORMAT 

 

  Meeting monthly excepting August.  Saturdays, 930-230.           The hands on portion of the instructional schedule is the SECOND SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH EXCLUDING AUGUST.

 

This is HANDS ON EXPERIENTIAL TIME, with supplementation to the program with ASSIGNMENTS, FIELD WORK outside of class via a documentation booklet given to students.  Students will be required to read some text, and obtain 2 or more required reference books. 

  This is an APOTHECARY/CLINICAL ORIENTED pathway, conducted by a medicinal clinical herbalist with 25 years of experience as a teacher and practitioner.  The  mission of the series is to empower participants in the use and understanding of applied natural medicine and herbal medicine  methods and techniques for personal or clinical use.  Students will learn to create, make, store, apply, and use a variety of herbal medicines  upon completion.

   

A CERTIFICATE OF SUCCESSFUL ACHIEVEMENT UPON COMPLETION  OF ALL ASSIGNMENTS 

 

 

This is not a gardening class nor is it a field walking class.

 

Bring your own lunch to have on short on premises lunch break.

LOCATION:  3684 w. liberty road ann arbor michigan 48103    734-769-7794

FEES

There is a $1,500.00 tuition fee to be paid upfront in cash. There are monthly materials fees of $25.00 per person, paid in cash  There are no scholarships , loans, or deferred payments. There may be a waiting list for placement .

The Series is enrollment driven.  ENROLLMENT IS OPEN now, WITH A REQUEST FOR ALL REGISTRATION EFFORTS TO BE IN BY or before  January 13, 2024 for placement in the series. The first class day of the series will begin February 10 through December  2024.

TO REGISTER :  CALL , TEXT,     734-769-7794 OR E MAIL nshaassociates@gmail.com.  You may fill out your application and pay at our location or have an application send and then mail in your registration with a check. 

 

MATERIALS

Materials for on premises hands on work are supplied within the program fees.  Samples of medicinal products are given to students as covered by lab fees.

Students are expected to gather some of their own materials at their own cost, for development of home apothecary, and to pay for their own books. 

Books:  Field Guide to North Central and North Eastern Wildflowers, Peterson.  Do not buy a field guide to “medicinal plants”.  Use this title.  Any edition.

The New Holistic Herbal  by David Hoffman.  Any edition

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