Clinical Master Herbalist & Dr. of Naturopathy

Herbalist & Naturopathy Online Courses
are a 
combination for a successful career!


The professional Master Herbalist coursework is prerequisite to completion of the Clinical Master Herbalist program. Therefore, enrollment into the dual designations of HHP & CMH or TNC & CMH will earn three diplomas. Creating natural health professionals is our mission. To accomplish this goal we have created programs that are both comprehensive and guided. 

Our 4-Phase Learning System guides each student through the learning process of understanding and interpretation. Each phase builds upon the previous phase to provide a solid foundation of knowledge. In addition to carefully selected books and written manuals we provide online case study classes and quarterly advanced knowledge classes.

Set yourself apart with a much deeper understanding of functional anatomy & physiology, as well as additional studies in disease protocols. The clinical herbalism online course also includes instruction in phytochemistry – the chemistry of plant constituents and how they relate to the human body. Holistic course studies for Traditional Doctor of Naturopathy combined with a Clinical Master Herbalist education will give you the confidence to start a rewarding career.

Graduates of the Clinical Master Herbalist & Doctor of Naturopathy courses are eligible to apply for Board Certification with the American Association of Drugless Practitioners Certification and Accreditation Board.

Requirements include 25 books/manuals, 2 projects, 2 online classes (Case Studies #1 and #2, Case Studies #3 and #4), and a final exam. Estimated time to complete this program is 36 months. 96 credit hours/1536 study hours.

Our online Doctor of Naturopathy courses are identical the HHP 

The name difference is in response to the ongoing legal/political issues. If you are concerned about laws developing in your state, or live in a state where the wording “Doctor” or “Naturopath” may bring legal issues, this diploma program is an excellent choice. We also say Holistic Health Professional instead of Holistic Health Practitioner to avoid the “practitioner” which may be viewed as a medical designation in the future. The definition of practitioner: “a person actively engaged in an art, discipline, or profession, especially medicine”[/full_width]


  • a diverse selection of herbal & natural healing books
  • herbal medicine-making projects
  • creating an herbal reference document for use in your office
  • online client case studies
  • college level anatomy & physiology
  • the study of plant constituents/phytochemistry


G350 Herbs and Physiology
Herbal ABC’s: The Foundation of Herbal Medicine
by Dr. Sharol Marie Tilgner

SG30 Herbal Reference Project
(Start in Phase One-Finish in Phase Four)

G300 Disease Prevention
Never Be Sick Again
by Raymond Francis

M200 Nutrition & Health
by Sharlene Peterson

G210/G215 Anatomy & Physiology Part #1
(Choose book or free PDF)

G415 Studies in Botany 
Botany in a Day APG by Thomas J. Elpel

G480 Phytochemistry Part #1
Herbal Constituents: Foundations of Phytochemistry
by Lisa Ganora


G110 Gut & Psychology Syndrome
Gut and Psychology Syndrome by Natasha McBride

M310 Vitamin, Minerals, and Supplements
by Darlene Jorgens

G320 Nutrition During Illness
The Gerson Therapy by Charlotte Gerson & M. Walker

M250 Parasites of Human Interest
by Sharlene Peterson

G210/G215 Anatomy & Physiology Part #2
(Choose book or free PDF)

G400 Herbal Preparations
The Herbal Medicine Maker’s Handbook
by James Green

SG31 Herbal Preparation Projects
Herbal Medicine Making Project

G480 Phytochemistry Part #2
Herbal Constituents: Foundations of Phytochemistry
by Lisa Ganora


G100 Autoimmune 
The Autoimmune Epidemic
by Donna Jackson Nakazawa

M230 Autoimmune Diseases
by Sharlene Peterson

G500 Homeopathy
Homeopathic Medicine at Home
by Maesimund Panos

G210/G215 Anatomy & Physiology Part #3
(Choose book or free PDF)

G430 Women & Herbs
Women’s Herbs Women’s Health
by C.Hobbs & K. Keville

G480 Phytochemistry Part #3
Herbal Constituents: Foundations of Phytochemistry
by Lisa Ganora

G480 Phytochemistry Part #4
Herbal Constituents: Foundations of Phytochemistry
by Lisa Ganora

G440 Properties & Formulas
School of Natural Healing by
Dr. John R. Christopher

M240 Lyme Disease & Co-Infections
by Sharlene Peterson 


A100 Healing Aromatherapy
The Healing Power of Essential Oils (2018)
by Eric Zielinski

G540 Reflexology
Complete Reflexology of Life by Barbara & Kevin Kunz

G550 Clinician’s Natural Medicine
The Clinician’s Handbook of Natural Medicine 
by Joseph Pizzorno

G460 Medical Herbalism
Medical Herbalism by David Hoffman

G480 Phytochemistry Part #5
Herbal Constituents: Foundations of Phytochemistry
by Lisa Ganora

G470 Earthwise Herbal Repertory
Earthwise Herbal Repertory by Matthew Wood

G610 Blood Chemistry
Basic Blood Chemistry by Sharlene Peterson

G530 History of Naturopathy
Naturopathy for the 21st Century by Robert J Thiel

A125 Aroma & Herbs/Pregnancy
Aromatherapy & Herbal Remedies-Pregnancy/Breastfeeding, (2015)
by Demetria Clark

TCMH Final Exam & THHP Final Exam 

Download Course Catalog for more information about our Clinical Master Herbalist & Doctor of Naturopathy courses.

Paid in Full: $4,700.00 (includes $250 non-refundable application fee).
Installment Plan: $4,800.00 ($250 non-refundable application fee as a down payment and $175.00 per month for 26 months or $142.19 for 32 months).

Military/Law Enforcement/First Responders Discount: 25% off any program for anyone who has or is serving in the military or in law enforcement. This discount is also available for the spouse – when one serves the whole family serves!


  • Natural Health Office: With the advanced studies provided by Genesis School of Natural Health you will have the knowledge to work with clients in a professional office setting. Traditional Doctor of Naturopathy graduates are prepared for a rewarding career.
  • Education Engagements: Teaching, sharing your knowledge with others is a very diverse field. Classes may include: how to make your own tinctures, salves, and safe body products; how to grow your own herbs; anti-aging effects of nutrition and herbs, overcoming conditions like IBS, and much more. Traditional Doctor of Naturopathy graduates have the knowledge to educate the public.
  • Public Speaking: Educational events in the field of herbology and natural health strategies are growing. Establish your own platform or work as a guest speaker and educator at events that are already established.
  • Writing/Author: As a graduate of the Doctor of Naturopathy course program you are qualified to write articles or blogs for health-based websites and health food stores, write articles for magazines or newspapers, and create and publish your own book.
  • Product Consultant: Most health food store owners do not know which herbal products to offer or are needed by the public. As a Clinical Master Herbalist you could be a consultant for both the herbal remedies chosen and placement of the herbal remedies within the other products.
  • Herbal Products Formulator: As a Clinical Maser Herbalist you may develop and market your own herbal formulas or work for an herbal manufacturing company.

“At Genesis School of Natural Health you’ll discover a comprehensive, personalized course of study guaranteed to equip you for your career in natural health care.I transferred to GSNH from a well-recognized, established natural health school where I had been disappointed in the lack of mentorship and hands-on training in their doctor of naturopathy program. Anyone can acquire a book list to read through and many natural health schools share similar curriculum contents… it’s the personal connection that inspires excellence and distinguishes among schools. Genesis provides incredible learning opportunities through virtual classes as well as valuable teaching through real-life case studies and one-on-one coaching for setting up your own business. Because of this I felt prepared to navigate the waters of starting my own natural health office and am now a successful, confident, holistic health practitioner.” – Faith S.

 If you have questions about this or any of the programs at Genesis School of Natural Health, please use our contact form and we will email and/or call – you may choose on the contact form if you prefer a call or would like to use email.

Enjoy the Journey,
Genesis School of Natural Health