Genesis School of Natural Health

Master Herbalist & Natural Health Consultant

STUDENT RESOURCES

  1. Case Studies #1 & #2: June 18th (Tuesday) at 5:30- 7:30 am MT – Login: https://meet.goto.com/498464685
  2. Open Discussion (Q&A): June 20th (Thursday) at 5:30- 7:30 am MT – Login: https://meet.goto.com/855085013

Sign-up Form: Please register for classes at least 3 days prior to class. Case Studies are same each time and you only have to attend once but, you may attend more than once! It is best to attend in your 3rd or 4th phase of study.

OVERVIEW OF PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Phase One Studies

  1. M200 Nutrition & Health
  2. M310 Vitamins..
  3. G110 GAPS
  4. G100 Autoimmune 
  5. AV10 Herbs vs Eos
  6. A125 Aroma & Herbs
  7. G430 Women & Herbs 
  8. M102 Herbal Infusions
  9. M104 Medicinal Infusions
  10. M101 Adaptogens
  11. SG30 Herbal Project 

Phase Two Studies

  1. G415 Botany
  2. G480-A Phytochemistry 
  3. G480-B Phytochemistry 
  4. M220 Menstruum & Math
  5. G400 Medicine Making 
  6. SG31 Herbal Project
  7. M103 Antivirals 
  8. M105 Lung Health

Phase Three Studies

  1. A100 Healing EOs
  2. AV12 Compassion Connection
  3. G575-A Digestion 
  4. G575-B Digestion
  5. M600 Mental Health
  6. G325 Toxin Solutions
  7. G480-C Phytochemistry 
  8. G480-D Phytochemistry

Phase Four Studies

  1. M610 Blood Chemistry
  2.  G480-E Phytochemistry
  3. M250 Parasites
  4. G350-A Herbs/ Physiology
  5. G350-B Herbs/Physiology
  6. HV20 Client Intake
  7. SG21 Case Studies
  8. SG22 Case Studies

ONLINE TEST DIRECTIONS

  1. Test Questions/Study Guide: Print the test and write in the answers as you read. When you have finished answering the questions on your paper test it is time to enter them into ClassMarker for grading.
  2. Log into ClassMarker: Your username and password for ClassMarker are in your Welcome Letter. To avoid mistakes copy and paste your username and password directly from your Welcome Letter.
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Phase One Studies

Student Profile & Goals: Your student profile and picture are required for your confidential student folder. Defined goals and a mission are key to helping you stay focused! To do this, simply fill out your Student Profile on ClassMarker (online testing site) and email your photo to office@genesisschoolofnaturalhealth.org.

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SG30 Herbal Reference Project – start in Phase one and complete in Phase four.

G110 GAPS
Gut & Psychology Syndrome by Natasha McBride

G110 Test & Study Guide 

M200 Nutrition & Health
by Sharlene Peterson

M200 Nutrition Manual
M200 Nutrition Test

M310 Vitamins, Minerals, & Supplements by Darlene Jorgens

M310 Vitamins/Minerals…Manual 
M310 Vtamins/Minerals….Test

A125 Aroma/Herbs & Pregnancy
Aromatherapy & Herbal Remedies for Pregnancy (2015) by Demetria Clark

A125 Test & Study Guide

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

G430 Test & Study Guide 

Antiviral Note: Turkey tail mushroom, a well-known immune function stimulator, is able to increase antiviral cytokines. Research also suggests that turkey tail is effective against an oral strain of the human papillomavirus (HPV) when used in combination with reishi for 2-months.

G100 Autoimmune 
The Autoimmune Epidemic by Donna Jackson Nakazawa

G100 Test & Study Guide  

AV10 Differences Between Essential Oils & Herbal Remedies by Darlene Jorgens

AV10 Video Test Questions  

An adaptogen not included in the short manual: 

Rhaponticum carthamoides has been used for centuries in Russia, China, and Mongolia. It is native to Siberian alpine meadows and commonly called maral root. Extracts have been used to treat weakness, lung and kidney diseases, fever, and angina. It also has a long history of use to support stamina and a healthy libido in men and women. It was classified as an adaptogen in 1969 by Brekhman and Dardymov.

Phase Two Studies

G415 Studies in Botany: 
Botany in a Day, 6th edition, by Thomas J. Elpel

G415 Test & Study Guide

G480-A Herbal Constituents Part 1 Herbal Constituents: Foundations of Phytochemistry (2nd ed.) by Lisa Ganora

G480 Test/Study Guide Part 1 

G480-B Herbal Constituents Part 2 Herbal Constituents: Foundations of Phytochemistry (2nd ed.) by Lisa Ganora

G480-B Test/ Study Guide Part 2 

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M220 Menstruum & Math for Herbalists by Sharlene Peterson

M220 Menstruum/Math Manual 
M220 Menstruum & Math Quiz 
(New Quiz! Fixed error on Question #5)

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

G400 Test & Study Guide

SG31 Herbal Preparation Projects 

Directions: Herbal Preparation Projects

M103 Three Unrivaled Antiviral Herbs
by Sharlene Peterson

M103 Antiviral Herbs Manual 
M103 Printer Friendly Antiviral Manual 
M103 Quiz Antiviral Herbs

Black Seed Oil: “Thymoquinone, a compound found in Nigella sativa seeds has been shown to have beneficial modulatory activity on mast cells and their release of inflammatory histamine, cytokines, and eicosanoids, the effects of which can prominently be seen in the respiratory tract..N. sativa is popular for respiratory support; however, its uses are vast”. – Gaia Herbs

Phase Three Studies

AV12 The Compassion Connection (video)
by Darlene Jorgens and Sharlene Peterson
(1 hour and 26 minutes)

AV12 Compassion Connection Test 

The Compassion Connection – Quick Reference Card

“When you touch the skin it stimulates pressure sensors under the skin that send messages to the vagus [a nerve in the brain]. As vagal activity increases, the nervous system slows down, heart rate and blood pressure decrease, and your brain waves show relaxation. Levels of stress hormones such as cortisol are also decreased.” –”Tiffany Field, Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami

A100 Healing Aromatherapy 
The Healing Power of Essential Oils by Eric Zielinski

A100 Test & Study Guide 

Although quite a number of essential oils do have balancing properties in one way or another – they generally do not meet the accepted criteria for adaptogens. There is one essential oil, however, whose roots grow deeper and that reaches ‘head and shoulders’ above all other potential essential oil contenders in terms of its adaptogenic effect. That is none other than the lowly conifer, the Black Spruce.

G575-A Digestive Wellness (part 1)
Digestive Wellness (2019) 5th ed. by Elizabeth Lipski

TEST COMING SOON!

G575-B Digestive Wellness (part 2)
Digestive Wellness (2019) 5th ed. by Elizabeth Lipski

TEST COMING SOON!

G325 Toxin Solutions 
The Toxin Solution (2017) by Joseph Pizzorno

TEST COMING SOON!

M600 Herbs & Mental Health 
by Sharlene Peterson

MANUAL & TEST COMING SOON!

G480-C Herbal Constituents Part 3 Herbal Constituents: Foundations of Phytochemistry (2nd ed.) by Lisa Ganora

G480-C Test/Study Guide Part 3  

G480-D Herbal Constituents Part 4
Herbal Constituents: Foundations of Phytochemistry (2nd ed.) by Lisa Ganora

G480-D Test/Study Guide Part 4 

Phase Four Studies

Case Studies Sign-up FormPlease register for classes at least 3 days prior to class. Case Studies are same each time and you only have to attend once but, you may attend more than once! It is best to attend in your 3rd or 4th phase of study. Class dates are announced at the top of this student portal page – Student Resources.

M250 Parasites of Human Interest 
by Sharlene Peterson

M250 Human Parasites Manual 
M250 Human Parasites Test  

G480-E Herbal Constituents Part 5
Herbal Constituents: Foundations of Phytochemistry (2nd ed.) by Lisa Ganora

G480-E Test/Study Guide Part 5 

M610 Basic Blood Chemistry by Sharlene Peterson

M610 Blood Chemistry Manual 
M610 Blood Chemistry Test 

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

G350-A Test/Study Guide Part 1 
G350-B Test/Study Guide Part 2 

VIDEO (1 hour and 13 minutes)
 TWO-FOld APPROACH TO HOLISTIC HEALTH with Dr. Jeni Weis

PART ONE: What is Holistic?

PART TWO: Quick take – Case Studies

PART THREE: Holistic Client Intake

Holistic Health Practitioner Program

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