Whether you’re stepping into herbal medicine, or headed toward becoming a Certified Clinical Herbalist, the Fundamentals in-person course is where you begin
We’ve spent years studying, analyzing, and learning from our students, teachers, nature, and the community at large. We know what people expect from a clinical herbalist and nutritionist today. Our intensive program is designed to help you apply that knowledge in the world or move into a more advanced program.
Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism is the best option for your herbal education because we have multiple programs for working adults. The curriculum is constantly enhanced from both current scientific research and feedback from students who went before you.
The Fundamentals of Medical Herbalism is an intensive 370-classroom-hour program that requires 6-8 hours of homework time per week.
We offer two programs (Day & Evening) Courses:
FUNDAMENTALS OF MEDICAL HERBALISM EVENING PROGRAM begins on January 9, 2023, and go through August 28, 2023 with all homework due by September 13, 2023. Classes are held on Monday & Wednesday from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm and up to two Saturdays per month from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.
FUNDAMENTALS OF MEDICAL HERBALISM DAY PROGRAM begins on August 7th, 2023 – November 21st, 2023. Classes are held on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. With an hour lunch from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm.
The Fundamentals program provides introductory-level training in medical herbalism and clinical nutrition to anyone looking to work in the herb or health food industries.
After completing the Fundamentals of Medical Herbalism program, you’ll be prepped and ready to apply your newfound knowledge in the real world or take it to the next level with the Advanced Medical Herbalism program.
Our clinical herbalism programs incorporate all aspects of science, including human physiology, pathophysiology, and materia medica. The programs value knowledge from traditional medicine, empirical observation, instinct, and intuition. The vitalist tradition uses foods and herbs to support the body’s natural healing abilities. A Vitalist education from CSCH prepares the student for a life-long journey of wellness, vitality, and service to others as a certified clinical herbalist, nutritionist, and flower essence practitioner.
Indoor and nature classrooms help Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism expert instructors provide immersive and practical lessons that give you the best learning experience.
TOTAL HOURS = 370 classroom hours
Don’t forget to add homework time!
You can pay everything upfront or opt for a convenient monthly payment plan.
* Initial deposit is $600, which goes toward the total cost of tuition.
** Student will purchase books and materials independently, so this price may change depending on the provider.
Tuition is paid in monthly installments.
Our culture tends to rely heavily on pharmaceutical and over-the-counter medications for common ailments and problems. So many people are looking for the “magic bullet” for medical and health concerns, undergoing invasive procedures and drowning their bodies in unnatural chemicals.
Our ancestors knew better. They taught us that health and healing are different. Now, herbalists and vitalists use that knowledge to advance the field of botanical and natural medicine. We’ve expanded our collective knowledge and improved the quality of life for those living with serious health conditions like HIV, thyroid disease, and cancer. Health is what you maintain; healing is what you need when something goes wrong.
We train herbalists to search, test, experiment with, and document the invaluable knowledge of the world’s most efficient and effective medicines from nature.
Imagine looking around you at any given moment and identifying each grass, weed, bush, tree, and flower; not only their names but their properties and how to prepare them for such use.
Imagine walking through the grocery store and instantly understanding which foods will hurt and which will help.
Imagine being able to determine food from poison in the wild.
Imagine being able to use those grasses, weeds, bushes, trees, flowers, and foods to address problems like chronic pain, migraines, heart disease, fevers, stomach aches, menstrual problems, sexual dysfunction, and more.
Imagine having a community of like-minded people who can help you find natural solutions to common and uncommon problems.
Imagine being the person your family, friends, and patients trust because you have the expertise and knowledge of a trained clinical herbalist.
We have a limited number of seats to accommodate appropriate distancing for this in-person program. Classes start January 9th, and it fills up fast. Don’t miss out by waiting too long to apply.