Accredited Holistic Herbalism Diploma Course Herbal Medicine
Holistic Herbalism and the Holistic Herbalist
Enjoy this accredited holistic herbalism diploma course which takes you on a journey that many a wise herbalist has walked over many centuries, where our herbs were our medicine and were so much more than just plants for eating. The holistic herbalist looks at the person or animal from a “whole-istic” perspective from the pysical, mental, emotional and spiritual and works with the plants on this level too. The path you will follow will be the same as theirs, a journey of discovery that involves so much more than just how to grow herbs.
In this “soul-full” course you will gain a deeper understanding of the plant soul and what it means to work with them on this level. It is a journey that dates back 70,000 years ago, to ancient Egypt, Greek Gods, Hipocrates, the planets, the elemental kingdom, the druids, the pagan sacred earth festivals, folk lore, plant consciousness, and plant emotions. Not only that but we will focus on 28 herbs from our beautiful herb kingdom and look into detail at the potentials for healing that these bring, and if that isn’t enough there is even a bit of chemistry for those with a scientific brain, but don’t worry I have made it easy to understand.
The material is very thought provoking and should take you to whole new level of realisation about our amazing herbal kingdom.
Yours in the light
What Will You Learn?
Holistic Herbalism – A “whole-istic” approach to herbs and their uses
You will learn about sacred Earth Festivals
You will learn about herbs and astrology
You will follow the history of herbal medicine from 70,000 years ago to modern day
You will learn about herb consciousness and the emotions of herbs – and yes they really do have emotions
You will learn about herbal lore and its relevance to now
You will have detailed Holistic Herbal guide to over 30 of the more common herbs.
You will learn about sacred geometry and plants, including Phi, the Fibonnaci Sequence and the Golden Ratio – it’s fascinating