Natural Medicine Practice III – Traditional Medicine (NMP-III): This program is designed for practitioners with previous healthcare training who wish to become competent in traditional medicine practice. Graduates of this program will have comprehensive knowledge of TM/CAM and will be able to assess the health of their clients and provide appropriate treatment for both curative and preventative healthcare.

  • Prerequisite: NHM-I.
  • 500 hrs classroom theory & practical teaching.
  • 300 hrs mentorship / externship (incl. 10 hrs final clinical exam).
  • 300 hrs documented case studies & synopsis.
  • 800 hrs workbooks, email lectures, independent study, home assignments and written examination.

Diploma granted: Natural Medicine Practice(TM) (1900 hours total training) Please note: This diploma program requires students to attend 15 hours of lectures in-class and complete approximately 15 hours of homework every week for 60 weeks comprised of email lectures, independent study and home assignments in addition to mentorship hours.
Course Breakdown
Part 1 – History & Practice: History of Traditional Medicine in India; Discussion of Traditional Medicine; Southern Asian Systems of Medicine; Terminologies & Definitions used in Oriental Medicine, A – Z of Traditional Medicine.
Part 2 – Sciences, Modalities & Treatment Principles: Cleansing the Indian Medicine Way; Diseases, Disorders & Therapeutics; Healing with Plant Medicine – Spagyric; Integrating TMCAM; Overview of Integrative Therapy.
Part 3 – Esotericism: Integrated Low Dose Medicine; Aura Anatomy; Esoteric Anatomy; Liquid Anatomy©.
Part 4 – Eastern Meditative Arts: Eastern Mysticism; Energy Exercises; Energetics: Systems and Therapy; Energy Medicine Classification.
Part 5 – Natural Medicine Protocols: Healing for Allergies & Mood Disorders; Factors for Weight Management; Lifestyle Changes for Better Sleep; Natural Medicine Healing; Side Effects of Pain Relievers; Natural Medicine Supplementation for Pain; Natural Healing in Inflammatory Conditions; Natural Remedies for Pain.
Part 6 – Efficacy in Botanical Medicine: Herbal Medical Terms; Basic Herbs; Herbs in Modern use; Herbs: Chinese Medicinal, Chinese Materia Medica; Interference of Herbs with RX; Herbal Medicine for Pain; Botanical Medicine Level I & II.
Part 7 – Clinicals: Practicum / Placement.
Part 8 – Natural Medicine Thesis.
Reading Materials

  • A – Z Reference Book on Herbology pdf
  • A-Z Guide to drug-herb-vitamin interactions by Lininger, Austin, Batz, Gaby & Brown. Publisher: Three Rivers Press. ISBN-13: 978-0761515999
  • Herbal Tonic Therapies by Daniel B Mowrey. Publisher: Gramercy. ISBN-13: 978-0517182413
  • The New Age Herbalist: How to Use Herbs for Healing, Nutrition, Body Care and Relaxation by Richard Mbey. Publisher: Simon & Schuster. ISBN-13: 978-0020633501
  • The Herbal Medicine-Maker’s Handbook: A Home Manual by James Green. Publisher: Crossing Press. ISBN-13: 978-0895949905
  • The Way of Herbs by Michael Tierra. Publisher: Pocket Books. ISBN-13: 978-0671724030
  • Holistic Medicine: A Meeting of East & West by Henry Edward Altenberg. Publisher: Japan Publications Inc. ISBN-13: 978-0870409028.
  • The Wellness Encyclopedia of Food and Nutrition by Sheldon Margen et al. Publisher: Penguin Random House. ISBN-13: 978-0929661032.
  • Vitamins, Minerals and Trace Elements by Anton Jayasuriya et al. Publisher: Medicina Alternativa Institute.
  • Clinical Psychology by Anton Jayasuriya et al. Publisher: Medicina Alternativa Institute.

Disclaimer: NEW EARTH COLLEGE OF NATURAL HEALING SCIENCES Academic Diploma Programs is not responsible for any accrediting Titles and practice certification marks by any boards of natural medicine or associations in Canada. Anyone with questions should directly contact the individual Registration Boards concerned.