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Sunday, April 17th is a very special day, and The Herbal Academy wants to extend their deepest thanks and gratitude to all of the amazing teachers, students, readers, and herbal friends in our lives. You have all shared so as we walk through life together on this beautiful herbal road – have a wonderful Herbalist Day!
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April 17th is that last day of this sale, so don’t miss out!
No matter what your level of knowledge is on herbs there is a course that will help take you to the next level of your herbal education. There are many ways to practice as an herbalist. You may strive to become a community herbalist –the one that people seek out when they have questions about how to use herbs in support of illness. Maybe you prefer to stay a little closer to home where you can put your herbal knowledge to good use by helping family and friends. You may choose to be a grower. Maybe your heart is leading you to open an herb shop, develop a natural product line, or become an herbal practitioner.
Whether you are looking into herbalism as a hobby or personal endeavor or preparing for a career, The Herbal Academy has designed herbalist program packages to suit your path and your educational needs!
April 17th is that last day of this sale!
Introductory Herbal Course
Build a strong foundation and learn the basics of herbalism with the Introductory Herbal Course. Learn about the medicinal properties of herbs as well as how to use them and how to make teas, tinctures, and body care products.
Intermediate Herbal Course
The Intermediate Herbal Course takes students beyond the basics, exploring topics such as safety and side effects; discussions about theory and energetics; in-depth coverage of physiology; and guidance for herbal formulation.
Entrepreneur Herbal Course
Excited to start your own herbal business yet not sure where to start? The Entrepreneur Herbal Course is just for you! The course will help you learn how to envision your herbal business and understand the regulatory requirements of making and selling herbal products.
Advanced Herbal Course
Ready to work towards becoming a professional herbalist? The Advanced Herbal Course is designed to prepare students working toward a career as clinical herbalists.
Also on sale is a year long online membership to The Herbarium! Here you will find herbal monographs, photographs, thoughtful articles, and educational podcasts, videos, tutorials, ebooks and teaching charts. New material is added continuously, each and every month!
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