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The Immune System For Herbalists - 2022

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North San Antonio Campus

28218 Hwy 281 N

San Antonio, TX 78260

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You can take course from anywhere you have an internet connection. You do not have to be present in our area to take the course!

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The primary goal of this module (as with all the pathophysiology modules) is to understand an organ system through the eyes of the herbalist.

This 4-week, online course (2 recorded and downloadable classes per week) will focus on the immune system specifically as it pertains to plant medicine and focuses on the subject matter through the eyes of the herbalist. In doing so, this course picks up where the basic overview (basic herbal medic online course) left off, reviewing principles of the innate and adaptive immune system, immunoglobulin structure, antigen/antibody reactions, T-cells, T-cell activation, phagocytosis, pathophysiology of disease as it relates to immune system attacks, autoimmune reactions and disorders, allergies and immune deficiencies.

Like all of the modules in the pathophysiology portion of the intermediate clinical herbalism course, the immune system module gives us a deeper look into this aspect of our body, specifically from the standpoint of the herbalist. As we have already studied in the basic course, the immune system plays the primary role of combating attacks on the body, from infections to cancer. As the body’s defense, it has to accurately recognize and respond to the differences between foreign and self.

· Reviewing principles of the innate and adaptive immune system · Herbs and the immune system: A deeper look at what and why · Immunoglobulin structure · Antigen/antibody reactions · T-cells, T-cell activation · Phagocytosis and disease · Pathophysiology of disease as it relates to immune system attacks · Autoimmune reactions and disorders, herbal indications and contraindications · Allergies, immune deficiencies and herbs

Each pathophysiology module now includes an optional medicine making option for all students who want to participate.  This will be an exercise that helps students to use their materia medica for the course and create a formula that is specific to what is learned in the course.

COURSE INFORMATION

Location: This is an online course, and is pre-recorded. New material is uploaded each week for students.

Dates:  This is a 4 week online course. Begins 5/2/22 - 5/30/22. Registration will remain open until 5/16/22.

New online webinars, pdfs, documents and videos are released each week.

There will be two live interactive Q&A sessions scheduled during this course, with dates to be scheduled.

Upon completion of the class and a passing grade on the final test, a completion certificate will be issued.  

There is a 4-week grace period after the last class week, to allow ample time for downloading content and finishing the course test.

Pre-Requisites: none, although Herbal Medics for Professionals and Introduction to Herbal Medicine for Beginners is recommended.

TUITION INFORMATION

Online Tuition: $160 (Online processing fees apply)

Check/Money Order/Venmo Discount: $160 (No processing fees)

Cash Discount: $145

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

You can take this course from anywhere you have an internet connection. You do not have to be present in our area to take the course!

For information about paying with cash, checks, Venmo, or money orders, just send us an email here:


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Herbal Medics University is a branch of The Human Path.  The Human Path is a survival school that is focused around the survival of our human species.  To this end, our classes are sustainability and earth-centric, yet also very practical and realistic.  We are structured similar to a university, in that we have core paths (aka “specialties”) as well as electives (aka “peripheral classes”).  All of our courses are focused on self-sustainability, and the subjects that fit into that focus span a very wide range as well as amazing depth in each subject.

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