Mycology Medicine Making – 20202020-03-15T11:49:01+00:00

ON-SITE INTENSIVE: INTERNAL PREPARATIONS – MYCOLOGY

This is a 3-day on-site intensive for students to have even greater depth of training in certain specialty areas.  These are designed for apothecarists that would like to create a product line or specialize in a certain area of herbal preparations.

Mycology and Herbs: Learn everything you need to know in order to begin adding potent mycellium into your herbal preparations. This intensive will cover medicinal usage, preservation, and preparations methods of mushrooms for your apothecary.

Sam will demonstrate multiple extraction techniques, and the class will do multi-fractional extracts of several different types of mushrooms.
Also covered will be the combination of mushrooms and herbs in various formulas and extractions to obtain good tasting and clinically potent mushroom extracts, blends, teas and other preparations.

PROGRAM INFORMATION:

The Apothecarist Program is an 18-month intensive study program (both online and on-site) that explores the processes of making herbal products as a profession.  In addition to the history of the apothecary trade, students will get extensive training in the making of both internal and external herbal preparations as well as important product regulation information every practicing apothecarist should know.The program is divided into (2) interactive online sections and a total of (6) on-site intensives.

To pay with cash, checks, or money orders send us an email here:

You can review our tuition policies here: https://herbalmedics.academy/about-us/tuition-policies

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Chinese New Year Sale2019-12-06T22:27:32+00:00

 

To celebrate twelve years of running the most unusual herbal medicine/survival/blacksmithing/homesteading/wilderness medicine/sustainable skills school in town, The Human Path is running a Chinese New Year Special right up until January 24th, when the Year of the Pig transforms into a Rat. We’re offering discounts on single classes, as well as deeper discounts if you bundle, and save EVEN MORE if you pay cash

——————————————————–Full Price       +Cash Discount———————————————-

•Apothecarist External Medicine           $480                   $440

•Botanical Functional Medicine             $500                   $450

•Herbal Medicine for Professionals      $425                    $375

•Austere Acute Care Medicine               $275                     $250

•Wilderness Herbal First Aid                 $750                     $675

•Sustainable Herb Gardening                $250                     $225

•5 Day Survival Course                            $525                     $500

•Scout Primitive Skills Week                 $500                     $450

 

•Nervous System                                       $160                     $145

•Formulating and Formulas                    $95                       $85

•Wound Management                              $75                        $65

•Venomous Snake Bites                           $95                        $85

•Integumentary System                           $160                      $145

•The Liver System                                     $160                      $145

•Musculoskeletal System                         $160                      $145

•Land Navigation Onsite                         $65                        $60

•Combat Medic 2 day                               $140                      $125

For every course you add to the initial course you choose, take an additional 5% off, up to 25%!*

Email thehumanpathschool@gmail.com to register your custom bundle.

*Bigger discounts apply to smaller classes first. Discounts will be built accordingly by THP Staff.

Be sure to visit The Human Path for more classes!

Community Herbal Clinic (June 19th – Refills Only)2020-03-15T05:59:01+00:00

THIS IS NOT A CLASS! THIS IS A COMMUNITY CLINIC FOR THE SAN ANTONIO AND SURROUNDING AREAS.
Please come out if you have any health concerns you would like to discuss and receive herbal advice, as well as actual herbal formulas.

Please join us at 301 W. Dewey Place, San Antonio, TX 78212.

PLEASE RSVP SO WE KNOW YOU ARE COMING!

FAQ:
1) Who is this available for?
This clinic is available for anyone and everyone who is interested in their own health, has a health disorder they want to talk about, or is simply curious about herbalism. This is NOT a class, nor is it a typical “clinic” in the medical sense. It is a chance to share any health concerns as well as receive personalized education, and possibly customized herbal formulas that may assist your body in healing itself.

2) What kinds of health concerns would you come to a clinic like this for?
Herbs are not the same as pharmaceutical medicine. As the legendary herbalist and teacher Michael Moore used to say: “Drugs tell your body what to do. Herbs ask your body what to do.”

However, the amount of healing that your own body can perform applies to every type of injury and illness that exists. There is no illness or injury that some aspect of your body can’t be helped to heal, through the appropriate application of good nutrition, healthy lifestyle, and medicinal herbs. So, the short answer is that there isn’t anything that you couldn’t come to an herbal clinic for, but that doesn’t mean we will have “the answer” for you. If you have questions, feel free to email me – sam at thehumanpath dot com.

3) What does it cost?
We are a private club and the membership for the club is $5 per year. You will need to pay this membership fee and fill out an application when you get here, if you have not done so in the past year.

Additionally, based upon our discussion about your personal health needs, we may have medicinal herbs available onsite (most are locally grown or wildcrafted, some ordered in bulk form), to mix in a free formulation for you. Herbs and other components that go into a formulation like a tincture, salve, or syrup, cost money. If you do want to take home any herbal formulations there is no charge. However, the recommended donation (that would be greatly appreciated) for materials cost is a flat $10 per ounce for tinctures, salves, liniments or syrups. This is generally 30%-80% cheaper (and far more effective) than buying similar products in a health-food store or online.

4) Is this like a doctor’s office visit?
No. This is not a medical clinic and we are not a substitute for any kind of allopathic or licensed medical care by a doctor, physician’s assistant or nurse practitioner. No illnesses will be diagnosed or treated. This is a student-managed clinic where health concerns can be discussed, herbal medicine can be explained, and herbal preparations can be suggested. Students will run an herbal pharmacy as well, and can provide sample herbal preparations based on the health concerns discussed.

*This is not a class*

5) What students should sign up to work at this clinic?
Students who have either finished, or are currently enrolled in The Herbal Medic: Fundamentals class (aka Herbology Level 1) or higher, are eligible to participate in helping run this clinic. Participation by students is highly recommended if you intend on pursuing higher level classes in this school or attending clinical trips to other locations (Nicaragua, South Texas, Virgin Islands, etc.).

Students who wish to sign up to work in this clinic need to RSVP for this clinic. As a student, you must RSVP directly to hmu.emilys@gmail.com to secure an open spot. Student signups to work in the clinic are first come, first serve, with only 8 available student spots. Once those spots are filled – they are filled.

*This is not a class*

CLICK HERE TO RSVP
Community Herbal Clinic (May 29th – Student-Managed)2020-03-15T05:55:14+00:00

THIS IS NOT A CLASS! THIS IS A COMMUNITY CLINIC FOR THE SAN ANTONIO AND SURROUNDING AREAS.
Please come out if you have any health concerns you would like to discuss and receive herbal advice, as well as actual herbal formulas.

Please join us at 301 W. Dewey Place, San Antonio, TX 78212.

PLEASE RSVP SO WE KNOW YOU ARE COMING!

FAQ:
1) Who is this available for?
This clinic is available for anyone and everyone who is interested in their own health, has a health disorder they want to talk about, or is simply curious about herbalism. This is NOT a class, nor is it a typical “clinic” in the medical sense. It is a chance to share any health concerns as well as receive personalized education, and possibly customized herbal formulas that may assist your body in healing itself.

2) What kinds of health concerns would you come to a clinic like this for?
Herbs are not the same as pharmaceutical medicine. As the legendary herbalist and teacher Michael Moore used to say: “Drugs tell your body what to do. Herbs ask your body what to do.”

However, the amount of healing that your own body can perform applies to every type of injury and illness that exists. There is no illness or injury that some aspect of your body can’t be helped to heal, through the appropriate application of good nutrition, healthy lifestyle, and medicinal herbs. So, the short answer is that there isn’t anything that you couldn’t come to an herbal clinic for, but that doesn’t mean we will have “the answer” for you. If you have questions, feel free to email me – sam at thehumanpath dot com.

3) What does it cost?
We are a private club and the membership for the club is $5 per year. You will need to pay this membership fee and fill out an application when you get here, if you have not done so in the past year.

Additionally, based upon our discussion about your personal health needs, we may have medicinal herbs available onsite (most are locally grown or wildcrafted, some ordered in bulk form), to mix in a free formulation for you. Herbs and other components that go into a formulation like a tincture, salve, or syrup, cost money. If you do want to take home any herbal formulations there is no charge. However, the recommended donation (that would be greatly appreciated) for materials cost is a flat $10 per ounce for tinctures, salves, liniments or syrups. This is generally 30%-80% cheaper (and far more effective) than buying similar products in a health-food store or online.

4) Is this like a doctor’s office visit?
No. This is not a medical clinic and we are not a substitute for any kind of allopathic or licensed medical care by a doctor, physician’s assistant or nurse practitioner. No illnesses will be diagnosed or treated. This is a student-managed clinic where health concerns can be discussed, herbal medicine can be explained, and herbal preparations can be suggested. Students will run an herbal pharmacy as well, and can provide sample herbal preparations based on the health concerns discussed.

*This is not a class*

5) What students should sign up to work at this clinic?
Students who have either finished, or are currently enrolled in The Herbal Medic: Fundamentals class (aka Herbology Level 1) or higher, are eligible to participate in helping run this clinic. Participation by students is highly recommended if you intend on pursuing higher level classes in this school or attending clinical trips to other locations (Nicaragua, South Texas, Virgin Islands, etc.).

Students who wish to sign up to work in this clinic need to RSVP for this clinic. As a student, you must RSVP directly to hmu.emilys@gmail.com to secure an open spot. Student signups to work in the clinic are first come, first serve, with only 8 available student spots. Once those spots are filled – they are filled.

*This is not a class*

CLICK HERE TO RSVP
Community Herbal Clinic (May 8th – Student-Managed)2020-03-15T05:53:08+00:00

THIS IS NOT A CLASS! THIS IS A COMMUNITY CLINIC FOR THE SAN ANTONIO AND SURROUNDING AREAS. Please come out if you have any health concerns you would like to discuss and receive herbal advice, as well as actual herbal formulas.

Please join us at 301 W. Dewey Place, San Antonio, TX 78212.

PLEASE RSVP SO WE KNOW YOU ARE COMING!

FAQ:
1) Who is this available for?
This clinic is available for anyone and everyone who is interested in their own health, has a health disorder they want to talk about, or is simply curious about herbalism. This is NOT a class, nor is it a typical “clinic” in the medical sense. It is a chance to share any health concerns as well as receive personalized education, and possibly customized herbal formulas that may assist your body in healing itself.

2) What kinds of health concerns would you come to a clinic like this for?
Herbs are not the same as pharmaceutical medicine. As the legendary herbalist and teacher Michael Moore used to say: “Drugs tell your body what to do. Herbs ask your body what to do.”

However, the amount of healing that your own body can perform applies to every type of injury and illness that exists. There is no illness or injury that some aspect of your body can’t be helped to heal, through the appropriate application of good nutrition, healthy lifestyle, and medicinal herbs. So, the short answer is that there isn’t anything that you couldn’t come to an herbal clinic for, but that doesn’t mean we will have “the answer” for you. If you have questions, feel free to email me – sam at thehumanpath dot com.

3) What does it cost?
We are a private club and the membership for the club is $5 per year. You will need to pay this membership fee and fill out an application when you get here, if you have not done so in the past year.

Additionally, based upon our discussion about your personal health needs, we may have medicinal herbs available onsite (most are locally grown or wildcrafted, some ordered in bulk form), to mix in a free formulation for you. Herbs and other components that go into a formulation like a tincture, salve, or syrup, cost money. If you do want to take home any herbal formulations there is no charge. However, the recommended donation (that would be greatly appreciated) for materials cost is a flat $10 per ounce for tinctures, salves, liniments or syrups. This is generally 30%-80% cheaper (and far more effective) than buying similar products in a health-food store or online.

4) Is this like a doctor’s office visit?
No. This is not a medical clinic and we are not a substitute for any kind of allopathic or licensed medical care by a doctor, physician’s assistant or nurse practitioner. No illnesses will be diagnosed or treated. This is a student-managed clinic where health concerns can be discussed, herbal medicine can be explained, and herbal preparations can be suggested. Students will run an herbal pharmacy as well, and can provide sample herbal preparations based on the health concerns discussed.

*This is not a class*

5) What students should sign up to work at this clinic?
Students who have either finished, or are currently enrolled in The Herbal Medic: Fundamentals class (aka Herbology Level 1) or higher, are eligible to participate in helping run this clinic. Participation by students is highly recommended if you intend on pursuing higher level classes in this school or attending clinical trips to other locations (Nicaragua, South Texas, Virgin Islands, etc.).

Students who wish to sign up to work in this clinic need to RSVP for this clinic. As a student, you must RSVP directly to hmu.emilys@gmail.com to secure an open spot. Student signups to work in the clinic are first come, first serve, with only 8 available student spots. Once those spots are filled – they are filled.

*This is not a class*

CLICK HERE TO RSVP
Community Herbal Clinic (February 28th – Student-Managed)2019-11-20T17:19:40+00:00

CLICK HERE TO RSVP

Details

Please join us at 301 W. Dewey Place, San Antonio, TX 78212.

THIS IS NOT A CLASS! THIS IS A COMMUNITY CLINIC FOR THE SAN ANTONIO AND SURROUNDING AREAS.
Please come out if you have any health concerns you would like to discuss and receive herbal advice, as well as actual herbal formulas.

PLEASE RSVP SO WE KNOW YOU ARE COMING!

FAQ:
1) Who is this available for?
This clinic is available for anyone and everyone who is interested in their own health, has a health disorder they want to talk about, or is simply curious about herbalism. This is NOT a class, nor is it a typical “clinic” in the medical sense. It is a chance to share any health concerns as well as receive personalized education, and possibly customized herbal formulas that may assist your body in healing itself.

2) What kinds of health concerns would you come to a clinic like this for?
Herbs are not the same as pharmaceutical medicine. As the legendary herbalist and teacher Michael Moore used to say: “Drugs tell your body what to do. Herbs ask your body what to do.”

However, the amount of healing that your own body can perform applies to every type of injury and illness that exists. There is no illness or injury that some aspect of your body can’t be helped to heal, through the appropriate application of good nutrition, healthy lifestyle, and medicinal herbs. So, the short answer is that there isn’t anything that you couldn’t come to an herbal clinic for, but that doesn’t mean we will have “the answer” for you. If you have questions, feel free to email me – sam at thehumanpath dot com.

3) What does it cost?
We are a private club and the membership for the club is $5 per year. You will need to pay this membership fee and fill out an application when you get here, if you have not done so in the past year.

Additionally, based upon our discussion about your personal health needs, we may have medicinal herbs available onsite (most are locally grown or wildcrafted, some ordered in bulk form), to mix in a free formulation for you. Herbs and other components that go into a formulation like a tincture, salve, or syrup, cost money. If you do want to take home any herbal formulations there is no charge. However, the recommended donation (that would be greatly appreciated) for materials cost is a flat $10 per ounce for tinctures, salves, liniments or syrups. This is generally 30%-80% cheaper (and far more effective) than buying similar products in a health-food store or online.

4) Is this like a doctor’s office visit?
No. This is not a medical clinic and we are not a substitute for any kind of allopathic or licensed medical care by a doctor, physician’s assistant or nurse practitioner. No illnesses will be diagnosed or treated. This is a student-managed clinic where health concerns can be discussed, herbal medicine can be explained, and herbal preparations can be suggested. Students will run an herbal pharmacy as well, and can provide sample herbal preparations based on the health concerns discussed.

*This is not a class*

5) What students should sign up to work at this clinic?
Students who have either finished, or are currently enrolled in The Herbal Medic: Fundamentals class (aka Herbology Level 1) or higher, are eligible to participate in helping run this clinic. Participation by students is highly recommended if you intend on pursuing higher level classes in this school or attending clinical trips to other locations (Nicaragua, South Texas, Virgin Islands, etc.).

Students who wish to sign up to work in this clinic need to RSVP for this clinic. As a student, you must RSVP directly to hmu.emilys@gmail.com to secure an open spot. Student signups to work in the clinic are first come, first serve, with only 8 available student spots. Once those spots are filled – they are filled.

*This is not a class*

Community Herbal Clinic (February 7th – Student-Managed)2019-11-20T17:08:06+00:00

CLICK HERE TO RSVP

Details

Please join us at 301 W. Dewey Place, San Antonio, TX 78212.

THIS IS NOT A CLASS! THIS IS A COMMUNITY CLINIC FOR THE SAN ANTONIO AND SURROUNDING AREAS.
Please come out if you have any health concerns you would like to discuss and receive herbal advice, as well as actual herbal formulas.

PLEASE RSVP SO WE KNOW YOU ARE COMING!

FAQ:
1) Who is this available for?
This clinic is available for anyone and everyone who is interested in their own health, has a health disorder they want to talk about, or is simply curious about herbalism. This is NOT a class, nor is it a typical “clinic” in the medical sense. It is a chance to share any health concerns as well as receive personalized education, and possibly customized herbal formulas that may assist your body in healing itself.

2) What kinds of health concerns would you come to a clinic like this for?
Herbs are not the same as pharmaceutical medicine. As the legendary herbalist and teacher Michael Moore used to say: “Drugs tell your body what to do. Herbs ask your body what to do.”

However, the amount of healing that your own body can perform applies to every type of injury and illness that exists. There is no illness or injury that some aspect of your body can’t be helped to heal, through the appropriate application of good nutrition, healthy lifestyle, and medicinal herbs. So, the short answer is that there isn’t anything that you couldn’t come to an herbal clinic for, but that doesn’t mean we will have “the answer” for you. If you have questions, feel free to email me – sam at thehumanpath dot com.

3) What does it cost?
We are a private club and the membership for the club is $5 per year. You will need to pay this membership fee and fill out an application when you get here, if you have not done so in the past year.

Additionally, based upon our discussion about your personal health needs, we may have medicinal herbs available onsite (most are locally grown or wildcrafted, some ordered in bulk form), to mix in a free formulation for you. Herbs and other components that go into a formulation like a tincture, salve, or syrup, cost money. If you do want to take home any herbal formulations there is no charge. However, the recommended donation (that would be greatly appreciated) for materials cost is a flat $10 per ounce for tinctures, salves, liniments or syrups. This is generally 30%-80% cheaper (and far more effective) than buying similar products in a health-food store or online.

4) Is this like a doctor’s office visit?
No. This is not a medical clinic and we are not a substitute for any kind of allopathic or licensed medical care by a doctor, physician’s assistant or nurse practitioner. No illnesses will be diagnosed or treated. This is a student-managed clinic where health concerns can be discussed, herbal medicine can be explained, and herbal preparations can be suggested. Students will run an herbal pharmacy as well, and can provide sample herbal preparations based on the health concerns discussed.

*This is not a class*

5) What students should sign up to work at this clinic?
Students who have either finished, or are currently enrolled in The Herbal Medic: Fundamentals class (aka Herbology Level 1) or higher, are eligible to participate in helping run this clinic. Participation by students is highly recommended if you intend on pursuing higher level classes in this school or attending clinical trips to other locations (Nicaragua, South Texas, Virgin Islands, etc.).

Students who wish to sign up to work in this clinic need to RSVP for this clinic. As a student, you must RSVP directly to hmu.emilys@gmail.com to secure an open spot. Student signups to work in the clinic are first come, first serve, with only 8 available student spots. Once those spots are filled – they are filled.

*This is not a class*

Making Medicinal Tea Blends: Online Workshop – 20202020-03-15T13:26:52+00:00

This is an online interactive workshop! You can take this anywhere you have an internet connection. You do not have to be present in our area to take the class! We send out a box of materials to you in advance, and together we’ll make several types of herbal tea in the live webinar!  *if you can’t make the live class, you can download and listen to the webinar afterwards with your box of wildcrafted herbal materials!

Registration will remain open until 11/2/20 to allow enough time for materials to ship.

“Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food” – Hippocrates

One of the simplest forms of creating herbal medicine is making tea infusions.  In a matter of minutes, fragrant tea leaves, aromatic flowers and woodsy herbs can be combined and steeped  into warm water to create infusions for health and vitality.

This online workshop opens the door to the art of mixing medicinal herbs with fragrant plants and rich flavors – showing you how to make blends that anyone will love to drink!

Students will work with a wide botanical palette that will be filled with deeply fragrant blossoms, delicate spices, brightly dried fruits and smoky roots, berries and medicinal plants.

The workshop will cover :

  • How to create flavor profiles and combinations
  • Different types of tea leaves and how to weave them into your formulas
  • How to mix bitter herbs into pleasing formulas
  • Thinking outside the box: using spices, flowers, roots and fruits in your tea!
  • Making blends that are powerful medicinal formulas

What We Send You: We send out a box prior to the workshop with ethically wildcrafted herbs and materials you will need for making several medicinal tea blends.

To register with cash, Venmo, money order or check, please send us an email at:

You can review our tuition policies here: https://herbalmedics.academy/about-us/tuition-policies

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

The Art of Blending Medicinal Teas – 20202020-03-15T13:06:49+00:00

This is a fun 3 hour hands-on workshop offered once a year as part of the Apothecarist and the Provider programs.

“Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food” – Hippocrates

One of the simplest forms of creating herbal medicine is making tea infusions.  In a matter of minutes, fragrant tea leaves, aromatic flowers and woodsy herbs can be combined and steeped  into warm water to create infusions for health and vitality.

This 3-hour workshop opens the door to the art of mixing medicinal herbs with fragrant plants and rich flavors – showing you how to make blends that anyone will love to drink!

Students will work with a wide botanical palette that will be filled with deeply fragrant blossoms, delicate spices, brightly dried fruits and smoky roots, berries and medicinal plants.  We will have a ‘tea bar’ for students to sample dozens of different tea ‘simples’ while working on their own blends.

The workshop will cover :

  • How to create flavor profiles and combinations
  • Different types of tea leaves and how to weave them into your formulas
  • How to mix bitter herbs into pleasing formulas
  • Thinking outside the box: using spices, flowers, roots and fruits in your tea!
  • Making blends that are powerful medicinal formulas

All students will go home with a ‘palette’ chart for future tea-blending sessions, a metal tea ball, tea canister and your own woodland chai tea blend made in class.

To pay with cash, checks, or money orders send us an email here:

You can review our tuition policies here: https://herbalmedics.academy/about-us/tuition-policies

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Austere Acute Care Medicine Online Course 20202020-03-15T05:46:05+00:00

This is an online course! You do not need to be in our area to take this course – you can participate from anywhere you have an internet connection! Registration will remain open until June 1st.

Dr. Steve Pehrson, MD, and Sam Coffman have developed another unique austere medicine course to add to the full Austere Medicine program. Both Steve and Sam served in the US Army as Special Forces Medics (aka: Green Beret Medics) and bring many decades of experience in the areas of emergency medicine, tactical medicine, family practice, clinical herbalism, botanical medicine making, post-disaster relief and many other subjects to the classroom in this second austere medicine course of the series.

This unique online course is a pre-requisite to attend the 5-day Austere Acute Care Medicine (AACM) hands-on intensive at our 50-acre campus north of San Antonio, TX. The online course is a stand-alone course as well for those who are unable to attend the hands-on intensive. This information-packed online course includes over 40 hours of pre-recorded video lectures, special presentations, handouts and quizzes as well as live Q & A sessions. All videos, lectures, Q & A’s and handouts are downloadable.

The AACM online and on-site course is focused on acute, integrative care in remote, underserved, post-disaster or austere conditions. This includes patient assessment, treatment and support using both pharmaceutical and botanical medicine in a highly integrative manner that is practical and sustainable in even complete grid-down environments.

Acute health conditions that are addressed in the online AACM course include:

  • Infectious disease (viral, bacterial, fungal, protozoal) in the following areas of the body
  • Upper respiratory (sinus, throat, mouth)
  • Lower respiratory
  • Eyes
  • Ears
  • Digestive tract and liver
  • Upper and lower urinary tract
  • Pain – including headache, musculo-skeletal pain (including osteoarthritis), visceral (organ) pain
  • Local skin infections
  • Nail infections and conditions (e.g. ingrown)
  • Allergies
  • Kidney stones
  • Gallstones
  • Hypertension
  • Anxiety & depression
  • Orthopedic injuries: assessment and treatment

The botanical medicine portions of this course include the following topics and more:

  • Herbal medicine pertaining to all acute illness and injury listed above
  • Disease assessment through the eyes of a clinical herbalist
  • Using a materia medica of over 100 herbs
  • Formulas and protocols specific to cellular pathophysiology
  • Supporting the tissue and homeostasis
  • Basic medicine making concepts
  • Dosage and toxicity
  • Integrating all of these concepts with orthodox medicine for the best of both worlds.

The orthodox medicine portions of this course include the following topics and more:

  • Clinical assessment and diagnosis
  • Interpreting lab tests that can be performed in the field
  • Basic pharmaceutical medicine
  • Minor surgery techniques
  • Integrating all of these concepts with botanical medicine for the best of both worlds.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

To pay with cash, checks, or money orders send us an email here:

You can review our tuition policies here: https://herbalmedics.academy/about-us/tuition-policies