Are you willing to take some extra steps in your own health education?

Learning to connect with nature can gift you with an amazing health!


We understand, how difficult it is to scan through the plethora of herbal information out there, and find a resource you can trust. With over 20 years of our extensive experience in developing herbal formulations and medicines, we have come up with a comprehensively designed course that is full of detailed instructions for addressing common ailments at home with your very own tinctures, syrups, poultices and salves.

Herbal Immersion Program is designed for students of all kinds who want to focus on preventative health care. It is no secret that in today’s modern times, we have deviated from a holistic way of living. We have forgotten that we are all interconnected beings, not only with other humans, but with nature as well. What happens with nature, happens to us. We are composed of the eternal five elements. Learn what those five elements have to do with your health.

You will find many such intriguing topics covered in this course. Herbal Immersion Program is a comprehensive compilation of the most fundamental and basic topics of Ayurveda and the herbal way of living. It is intended for anyone who wants to learn the Basic Laws of Nature in order to have better health. No specific level of knowledge or prior experience is required. Anyone is invited to join this program. Individuals who are willing to take some extra steps in their own health education and willing to change some "old patterns" will benefit most from this course.

Herbal Immersion Program Outline (1000 hours)


Introduction to Herbalism

Cultivating Relationships with Healing Plants • Introduction to Botany • Plant Families • Vegetative and Floral Terms • Herbal Actions • Ethical Wildcrafting • Spring Plant Walk • Medicinal Preparations • Harvesting Herbs • Edible Flowers


Nitty-Gritty of Soil (Part - I)

Principles of Organic Gardening • Planning Your Dream Garden • Growing Healthy Soil • Building Soil Fertility • Botanical Garden Allies • Creating New Garden Beds • Container Gardening


Common Useful Garden Weeds

Daylily • Lamb’s Quarters • Chickweed • Dandelion • Violet • Purple Dead Nettle • Cleavers • Creasy Greens • Garlic Mustard • Yellow Dock • Japanese Honeysuckle


Plant Propagation

Special Strategies for Germinating Herbs: Stratification, Scarification, and Light-Dependent Germination • Preparing Seed Trays • Sowing Seeds • Soil Blocks • Bottom Heat • Root Division • Stem Cuttings • Layering • Seed Saving of Medicinal Herbs


Tonic Herbs and Adaptogens

Introduction to Adaptogens, Alteratives and Tonic Herbs • Gotu Kola • Tulsi • Nettles • Milky Oats • Astragalus • Ginseng • Hibiscus


The Nitty-Gritty of Soil (Part - II)

Introduction to Permaculture • Building a Compost Pile • Composting Leaf Mold • Organic Pest and Disease Management • Season Extension • Woodland Cultivation of Medicinal Herbs • Homemade Potting Soil


Herbs for the Immune System

Introduction to Immune Stimulants, Immunomodulators and Antimicrobials • Spilanthes • Echinacea • Goldenseal • Bee Balm and Wild Bergamot • Calendula • Boneset • Elderberry


Introduction to the Digestive System

Bitters, Astringents and Carminatives • Foundations of Nutrition: Whole Foods, Organic Foods and GMOs • Macronutrients, Fiber, and Intestinal Flora • Vitamins and Minerals • Bioflavonoids • Food Allergies and Intolerances


Herbs for the Digestive System

Anise Hyssop • Meadowsweet • Fennel • Mint • Chamomile • Lemon Balm • Basil


Herbs for the Respiratory System

Introduction to Expectorants, Demulcents and Anticatarrhals • Elecampane • Mullein • Marshmallow • Yarrow • Goldenrod


Herbs for the Nervous System

Introduction to Nervines, Hypnotics, Anxiolytics, Antidepressants and Analgesics • Valerian • Skullcap • Passionflower • California Poppy • Mimosa • Rose • Vervain


Herbs for the Female Reproductive System

Uterine Tonics, Emmenagogues, Hormone Balancers and Uterine Antispasmodics • Ecology of Estrogen in the Body • Red Raspberry and Blackberry • Black Cohosh • Vitex • Motherwort


Medicine Making - Core Preparations

Infusions and Decoctions • Tinctures • Herbal Honeys and Syrups • Herbal Vinegars • Flower Essences • Energetic Plant Healing


Food as Medicine

Meads • Culinary Oils • Infused Vinegars • Fire Ciders: Spicy Vinegars • Goo Balls • Compound Butters • Herbal Finishing Salts • Herbal Sauces • Wild Herbal Pestos, Hummus, and Pâté • Medicinal Mushroom Concoction • Herbal Popsicles, Iced Teas, and Granitas • Bone Broth • Bitters • Shrubs • Herbal Ice Cubes • Simple Syrups • Cocktails and Mocktails


Topical Preparations and Natural Body Care

Infused Oils and Salves • Compresses, Poultices, and Herbal First Aid • Introduction to Hydrotherapy • Introduction to Aromatherapy • Floral Skin Serum • Body Butters • Salt Scrubs • Bath Salts • Aromatherapy Sprays • Aromatic Massage Oils


Herbal Livelihoods/Applying the Knowledge

The Heart of Livelihoods: Business Ethics and Inspiration • Herbal Livelihoods • The Nitty-Gritty of Herbal Businesses • Introduction to Current Good Manufacturing Processes (cGMPs) and Product Labeling Requirements • Further Learning and Networking • Connecting to Your Life’s Purpose


Siting Reference Guide - Regional Profiles and Habitat Lists

Arid Lowland Climates • Cold Temperate Climates • Arid Mountainous Climates • Rocky Soils in Mid-Continental Climates • Subtropical Climates • Mediterranean Climates • Woodland Medicinals • Wetland Herbs • Shade Herbs • Arid Climate Herbs • Hot and Humid Climate Herbs


Meet Our Featured Botanical Stars

Our program is infused with a plant-centered approach to herbal medicine. From anise hyssop to yellow dock, the course focuses on an all-star lineup of botanicals, primo for most temperate climate gardens. Note that most of these herbs are the headliners of their very own video and profile.

Herbal Entrepreneurship Guide

Our Herbal Entrepreneurship Guide is structured to help you with business assistance topics such as insurance, marketing, legalities, website development, digital promotion, labeling, and an introduction to GMPs (the FDA’s legal requirements for manufacturing herbal products in India). You will learn, how to make high quality medicine, start a herbal product business, and effective marketing and promotion strategies for your products.


In the Herbal Entrepreneurship Guide, You’ll Learn:

  • Which type of insurance you’ll need to setup your herbal manufacturing unit
  • How to distinguish yourself from the crowd with your own herbal branding
  • The legal requirements for herbal and Ayurveda manufacturing in India
  • How to properly label your herbal products and design aspects of the packaging
  • How to promote your product or services through social media, paid media and list-building
  • Where to continue learning, find latest research, connect with other herbalists, and stay up-to-date with herbal laws and regulations
  • What the GMPs entail, where to learn the regulations and how to implement them to your own manufacturing unit.


Wherever we live, there are plenty of healing plants around us, hiding within treasure trove of health and wellness. One needs only a curious eye to notice the immeasurable sea of medicine lying before us. Embark on your exploration of herbal wisdom with Herbal Health India. We’ll provide the light, you provide the wonder!

Pursue Your Dream of Ayurveda Wisdom!

Medicine Making Course

Imagine your own medicine store filled with homemade herbal tinctures, salves and syrups. A soulful kitchen brimming with culinary preparations, conjured up with your own herbal flair.

Online Foraging Course

You’ll befriend the most common edible and medicinal weeds and plants, including dandelion, stinging nettles, basil, burdock, goldenrod and many others. Registration is open twice a year.

Herbal Immersion Program

Immerse yourself in the art of ancient herbalism. Our 1000-hour course will guide you into creating the herb garden of your dreams and a truly abundant wisdom of hand-hewn botanical remedies.

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Medicinal Plants

Plants have been in use as medicines since prehistoric period. Among ancient civilizations, India has been rich repository of medicinal plants. Indian forests are the principal reserve of various medicinal and aromatic plants, which are largely used for the manufacturing of drugs and perfumery products. Explore about such immensely useful medicinal plants with Herbal Health India.

Home Remedies

Home remedies are often the best ways to treat common ailments. Knowing about the right proportion in which commonly available herbs and spices should be mixed can come quite handy in the treatment of minor health issues. Such remedies are very effective while being free from side effects. Explore such effective and easy to prepare homely herbal remedies with Herbal Health India.

Healthy Nutrition

Your everyday food choices affect your health, how you feel today, tomorrow and in the future. Good nutrition is essential for a healthy lifestyle. If combined with physical activity, a healthy diet can help one reach and maintain a healthy weight, reduce the risk of chronic diseases and promote overall health. Explore and reach your target of healthy nutrition with Herbal Health India.

Beauty Secrets

Herbal beauty care products are the secret of healthy and glowing skin as they are safe to use for long run. Natural herbal skincare recipes are skin-friendly, containing botanical ingredients which are rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants etc and, are free from artificial fragrances. You can make your own herbal beauty care cosmetics in your home with the help of Herbal Health India.

Common Ailments

Herbs offer a safer alternative as they are relatively free from side effects, which makes it a better alternative of prescription medicine. Herbal medicine can be very useful for the treatment of many different illnesses from minor scrapes and burns to serious diseases. Herbal Health India can help you with identifying the right herb as well as the right mix of herbs for your ailment.

Herbal Farming

Planting an herb garden is an immensely satisfying way to enjoy the sights, smells and tastes of a wide variety of plants. Using fresh-harvested herbs in culinary endeavors imparts a taste that market purchased dried spices cannot match. What’s more, fresh herbs are often easy to cultivate in your own garden. Learn to grow your own versatile herbal garden with Herbal Health India.