How to Become a Herbal Practitioner

I have noticed a lot of people have renewed interest in herbalism:

I know it is not one-off interest. I found at least a dozen queries by young college goers who wanted to practically find out how they could make a career in practicing herbalism. It comes as a fresh new field and a great surprise to me because, in my twenty years of practice as a herbalist and a naturalist, I have seen the tilt more towards allopathic studies. So, this was heartwarming!

I was trying to figure out where I could procure Kratom at a more reasonable rate which I eventually did at They also promised quicker and free doorstep delivery and I am glad that I hit upon the right website.

The reach is global:

While all of us have a tendency to connect our natural and herbal medicinal practices to particular geographical areas, for instance, say the Indian subcontinent and South East Asia for Ayurveda and Oriental Medicines in the Far East, I must tell you that herbal medicine has a global outreach.

An herbalist or a practitioner of herbal medicine may procure medicine from any part of the world in order to be able to cure the disease that he is working on.

The fact is that today, apart from the herbalist who has to compulsorily put in 1600 hours of theoretical learning including a 400-hour clinical practice according to the American Herbalists Guild, we are also seeing a lot of candidates from the conventional medical practice who takes these courses in order to improve their set skills.

There are so many takers for this course:

  1. Herbalists
  2. Chiropractors
  3. Naturopathy practitioners
  4. People who practice complementary therapies
  5. People who create and curate dietary supplements and diets for people

The American Herbalists Guild is the right place for you to inquire on the courses and the scope in the field today. It is heartening to note that every semester sees an aggregate increase in the number of people who are opting to study the course. It is a good sign for years to come to turn back to nature for remedying their odds.