There is no federal or state body that tests, licenses, or certifies herbalists. So, it follows that there is no official "Master Herbalist" or "Certified Herbalist" certification that means anything universally. However, one can become a registered herbalist through the American Herbalists Guild. I am currently enrolled in a formal program of herbal study. As I accumulate the necessary number of educational hours, clinical experience, and case histories, I will begin this process. If you are looking into beginning your formal herbal education, This list is a great place to start!  

I am not a doctor. I cannot diagnose any condition, nor can I give medical advice. None of the products or services on this website are intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any medical condition. While I make no claims that any product I sell is intended for these uses, bear in mind that no statements on this page have been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. 

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