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Self Study

Here are some additional resources for you to continue learning about plant medicine

Online Resources

American Herbalists Guild - The American Herbalists Guild promotes clinical herbalism as a viable profession rooted in ethics, competency, diversity, and freedom of practice. They host the annual AHG Symposium that offers classes, lectures and workshops on herbalism, and they also have webinars (paid) throughout the year.


American Botanical Council - Founded by herbalist Mark Blumenthal who also founded the Herb Gram periodical. Since 1988, the American Botanical Council (ABC) has been educating consumers, healthcare professionals, researchers, educators, industry and the media on the safe and effective use of herbs and medicinal plants. He has a resources page with back issues of Herb Gram, plant monographs and more.


Botanical - "The highest quality information on herbal medicine through conferences, video, audio recordings, books, distance learning, and continuing education for healthcare professionals since 1996"


East West School of Planetary Herbology (Micheal Tierras' website) - Book reviews, rare books (including Ely Jones’ book on Cancer Treatment and Prevention), case studies, history, herbal research, and more


HerbRally - Contains podcasts, monographs, lists of conferences, resources, herbal events and schools across the country-


Henriette’s Herbal Homepage - Henriette's herbal is one of the oldest and largest herbal medicine sites on the net. It's been online since 1995, and is run by Henriette Kress, a herbalist in Helsinki, Finland. - Paul Bergner's website for his Medical Herbalism Journal. Free access to back issues.


Southwest School of Botanical Medicine (SWSBM) - Michael Moore's website, full of links for online programs, references, journals, classical texts, etc.


United Plant Savers - Founded in 1994 by Rosemary Gladstar, this organization grew and expanded with the mission to "protect native medicinal plants, fungi, and their habitats while ensuring renewable populations for future generations." They have a blog, journal and other resources to help educate you on how to conserve our wild plants.

Herbal Conferences

AHG Symposium (location changes each year)


Breitenbush Herb Conference (Detroit, OR)


Good Medicine Confluence (Durango, CO)


Medicines from the Earth Herb Symposium (Black Mountain, NC)


Northern California Women’s Herbal Symposium (Graton, CA)


Northwest Herb Symposium (Coupeville, WA)


Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine (Now streaming online)

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