HERB 201 is designed for students interested in increasing their knowledge of natural health, herbal medicine, and nutrition to improve their health and that of their family. It is ideal for students looking to move forward with advanced herbal training and pursue a career in the natural health industry if desired.
Identify and use herbal and nutritional support for good health.
Create herbal blends and products, from ointments to fomentations.
Relate types of herbs to the system they most affect.
Describe why herbal medicine works, with reference to the active constituents of herbs.
Identify key components of protocols for a healthy lifestyle, including potential problem areas.
Know when not to use home remedies.
Use and understand the language of herbal therapeutic actions from alternatives to vulnerary herbs.
Discuss the history of herbal medicine.
Use medicinal plants with confidence, including: Burdock, dandelion, evening primrose, fennel, garlic, ginger, licorice, motherwort, red clover, and thyme.
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Last updated 11/4/19
Minimum of a high school diploma or equivalency and recommendation for admission by the ACHS Admissions Committee.