Eclectic

/iˈklektik/

 Adjective
Deriving ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse range of sources

 

Not so long ago there was a group of doctors in America that practiced Eclectic Medicine. They were physicians who employed whatever was found to be beneficial to their patients. Eclectic Medicine was formed in opposition to the toxic remedies used by standard doctors in the 19th and early 20th century. Eclectics didn’t care who discovered the remedy. They used botanicals, homeopathics, minerals and occasionally chemical medicines to bring balance to the body.

 

The Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine was founded in 2010 and teaches students to use what works, no matter what tradition it comes from. With a strong grounding in both modern science and Traditional Western Herbalism, our school is a great place to learn the healing arts!
The Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine offers three certificate programs of instruction:

 

The Family Herbalist Program (emergency/first aid herbal medicine, foundation program)
The Community Herbalist Program (intermediate program)

 

 

 Interested in joining us? We’d love to have you! Click here to go to our school application page!