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|Class Title||Professional Herbalist Certificate Course|
|Instructor||Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa is the course creator. The course will be taught by a select and highly qualified staff of teachers from IIEI|
This course prepares students to pass the entrance examination for membership
in the professional association for herbalists, the American Herbalists
Fall Module: Modern Phytotherapy, Herbal Classification, Remedy Selection and Dose, Materia Medica, Digestive System, Preparations I, Herbal Literature, Introduction to Energetics, Plant Chemistry I, Cardiovascular System, Ayurvedic Herbs I, Chinese Herbs I, Integrative Healing I.
Winter Module: Materia Medica, Respiratory System, Preparations II, Nervous System/Eye, Plant Chemistry II, Urinary System, Ayurvedic Herbs II, Chinese Herbs II, Integrative Healing II.
Spring Module: Materia Medica, Reproductive System, Preparations III, Musculoskeletal System, Skin/Topical Therapies, Plant Chemistry III, Immune System, Endocrine System, Young and Elderly, Ayurvedic Herbs III, Chinese Herbs III, Integrative Healing III, Case Management
Early Bird by TBD
|Times||Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 5:30pm|
|Fee||$725 per quarter. Includes extensive digital class materials - Early bird discount deadline TBD $675|
The deposit is $200. Please make out the check to "KP Khalsa"
|To Enroll||Online Form for Herbalist College Class|
Location: Dandelion Botanical Company Classroom at 5424 Ballard Avenue NW, Seattle
WA. Second Floor.
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Please note: Class dates and times are subject to change due to classroom/instructor availability, natural disasters, my confusion and other such things beyond our control.
For information on offering classes, seminars, workshops etc. in this space please contact us (see link above). Our general guidelines are that the class fit in with with our health-oriented views, that you can demonstrate knowledge in the subject, and the usual caveats about legality and ethics :)
|These products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.|