MORE ABOUT THE NEXT GENERATION HERBALIST PROGRAM PROGRAM CONTENT
1. Our Common Roots - On-line viewing of this inspiring and educational award winning film.
2. OCR: Herbal Field Guide. Downloadable PDF.
3. Spirited plant talk videos- Robert Rogers and Chad Cornell discuss hundreds of plants, their herbal properties and real world use based on their deep insight as practicing herbalists with their 60 years of combined experience.
4. Detailed Illustrated Reference Text about Hundreds of Herbs by Robert Rogers.
- Modern Herbal Research
- Historical Uses of Plants
- Flower Essences
- Spiritual Properties
- Personality Traits
- Botanica Poetica
- Doctrine of Signatures
- Recipes and much more
5. Audio Podcasts Complete Herbal Medicine Series by Chad Cornell (nine hours):
- The History of the Living Tradition
- A New Generation
- The Importance of Local Access
- The Elementals – Ayurveda and Beyond, Body as Ecosystem
- Yin & Yang
- The Fundamental Actions of Herbs
- Intro to Creating Formulas
- Intro to Preparations
- The Art of Healing
- Food as Medicine
- Wild Harvesting & Chart
- Essential Herbs for Every Home
- Plants & Consciousness
- Vibrational Healing
- Designing Your Own Medicine Chest
- Grassroots Health Care
- Preparing for Change
6. Herbal Actions and Properties: From Adaptogen to Vulnerary. An in depth illustrated look at herbal actions and properties, by Robert Dale Rogers.
7. Herbal remedies videos - instruction about preparing formulas, infusions, poultices and more.
8. Extensive Interviews and Presentations - A continuing education series of videos and podcasts. Program members will have exclusive access to discussions from prominent herbal elders such as Dr. Terry Willard Cl.H. Maya Tiwari, renowned spiritual teacher - Ayurveda pioneer, Vedic scholar, and many others.
9. Textbook Study (with Guideline and Questions): Texts Required - Holistic Anatomy by Pip Waller, and The Yoga of Herbs & Ayurveda by Dr. Vasant Lad and Dr. David Frawley. The books must be purchased (or borrowed) separately. An optional series of questions is required for final Certificate of Completion.
10. Join our On-line forum - Where all people can share and discuss ideas and questions with us at OCR and others.
11. Live webinars - For Next Generation members only, with Robert Rogers and Chad Cornell
This series of programs will prove valuable for wisdom seekers of all stages, whether you are a budding herbalist, or established professional you'll find that it's not only filled with quality information but transformative wisdom as well.
Part of our own journey to health and harmony involves realigning ourselves with our own true nature. Within us all flows the very intelligence of mother nature herself, and exploring methods of accessing that inner wisdom is equally as important as learning information in an intellectual text book fashion.
Our goal is to make this Program accessible to as many people as possible and ensure the roots of herbal wisdom grow deep into the next generation.
If you're truly interested in this program series contact us and we can arrange a time to connect with you by phone or email. We want to ensure this is the right program for you.
Option 1 - Purchase each module à la carte for $199 USD
Option 2 - Purchase the set the first 4 modules for $595 USD (save $200)
(prices and terms subject to change without notice)
If you feel this is not the Herbal Program for you, we will refund within 48 hours of joining!
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SOME PHOTOS FROM THE SERIES
Author, Robert Dale Rogers, RH (AHG)
Robert has written over thirty books on herbs and mushrooms. Robert has been a student of plant medicine for nearly 40 years, including 18 years as a clinical herbalist. He is an assistant clinical professor in the faculty of Family Medicine at the University of Alberta. Robert is chair on the North American Mycological Association (NAMA) and on the editorial board, the International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms. Robert has a Bachelor’s Degree in Botany. He has taught plant medicine for over 20 years, and is an avid fan of our indigenous plants and mushrooms. Robert has been involved in the health field for over 30 years and had a clinical herbal practice for 18 years (retired). He works as a consultant to various boards and industries advising growers and creating herbal formulas. He writes periodically for the magazine Fungi, and spends summers conducting mushroom walks and talks throughout North America and Europe.
Robert and his wife Laurie are owners of Self Heal Distributing and Scents of Wonder essential oils. Robert is the director of the Earth Spirit Medicine Program at The Northern Star College.
Chad Cornell M. H.
Chad Cornell, Master Herbalist. has been passionately studying and practicing natural healing methods for the past 20 years. He is well steeped in the traditions of both Eastern and Western Herbalism as well as other long standing methods of natural healing. Chad is currently practicing in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, where he has operated the Hollow Reed Holistic Healing Centre for the past 11 years.
Chad is actively involved in educating audiences ranging from children to university medical students, school teachers to nature retreat groups. He has an ongoing apprenticeship program, community level classes, and has co-created the film Our Common Roots and the Next Generation Herbalism online learning program. Chad holds a great respect for the variety of teachings he has received from herbalists, medicine people, and healers from all over the America’s and Turtle Island. He is currently a co-facilitator of the Summer Ethnobotany Program at the University of Winnipeg, Indigenous Studies Department; designed to deepen students knowledge of botanical healing and traditional ways.
Chad is committed to supporting food / medicine security through the sharing of knowledge and is dedicated to a vision of a healthy, well informed, and well aligned next generation. Such a vision requires that all nations and medical models work as one toward the common goal of a true state of health. Chad is an advocate of good-relations, caring for the land and stewardship. He suggests that we ask not only what plants can do for humankind but what we can do for the plant world also.