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Centre of Excellence

Psychotropic Plants Diploma Course

Centre of Excellence
  • Centre of Excellence

150 € 58 
Originalpreis in GBP:
£ 127  £ 49

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Tipologie Kurs
Methodologie Online
Unterrichtsstunden 150h
Beginn nach Wahl
Online Campus Ja
Versendung von Lernmaterial Ja
Beratungsservice Ja
  • Kurs
  • Online
  • 150h
  • Beginn:
    nach Wahl
  • Online Campus
  • Versendung von Lernmaterial
  • Beratungsservice

Are you ready to explore new aspects in the alternative medicine world? With this Psychotropic Plants Diploma Course you will be in touch with new healing options, based in science and neurochemistry.

Psychotropic plants are known for many reasons, they’ve been used along the years for many different purposes such as medicine, spiritual and self exploration (even some other nefarious ones) and it’s all because they can affect your mental state with sedative or hallucinogenic components.

In the beginning of this programme you will learn about neurochemistry, taking a glimpse of how the nervous system works and how the chemistry components of the plants impact it.
Afterwards, you’ll study the plants around the UK and its usage throughout history, especially in the world of witchcraft.
Additionally, you’ll be moving towards the amazing Fungi Kingdom around the world, including Mexico!

This will help you understand a bit more about geography and how psychotropic plants are used in North, Central and Southern America and Africa.

At the end of this programme you’ll know about how these plants can fight depression anxiety, stress and insomnia in order to improve both mental health and wellbeing, also, you’ll feel more comfortable speaking about this with scientific support.

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Welche Ziele verfolgt der Kurs?

Across the globe, there has been a long tradition of using such plants for fun, for spiritual purposes, for self-exploration, for healing and sometimes for nefarious purposes. There’s a colourful spectrum of psychotropic plants and in the Psychotropic Plants Diploma Course, you’ll get an opportunity to explore plants at both ends of this spectrum, from the sedatives to the potent hallucinogenics.

Ist dieser Kurs für mich?

Covering the subject step-by-step, the Psychotropic Plants Diploma Course can be enjoyed by anyone interested in the history, uses, and cultural significance of a class of plants that are too often dismissed as solely related to criminal activity.

Those who have studied the beneficial effects of herbs and plants on the body will also enjoy discovering this new take on their area of expertise.

Preis für Emagister-Nutzer: Special price for Emagister users. Code: NEWLIFE


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Wo und wann
Beginn Lage
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Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

Mental Health
Stress and Anxiety
Alternative Medicine
Medical training
Nervous System
Healing plants
Psychotropic plants


Module 1 – Psychopharmacology• Introduction• Part 1: What is the Nervous System?• Part 2: The Central Nervous System• Part 3: Pharmacology of Plants• Part 4: Classes of Psychotropic Plants• Part 5: Cognitive Enhancers and Sedatives• Part 6: Hallucinogens• Part 7: Active Constituents• Part 8: Using Psychotropic Plants Safely• Module 1 Assessment
Module 2 – The Witch’s Garden• Part 1: Poppy• Part 2: Mandrake• Part 3: Mugwort and Wormwood• Part 4: Belladonna (Deadly Nightshade)• Part 5: Hyssop and Vervain• Part 6: Henbane• Part 7: Jimsonweed• Module 2 Assessment
Module 3 – Toadstools• Part 1: The Curious Kingdom and the Importance of Identification• Part 2: Fly Agaric• Part 3: The Psilocybin “Magic” Mushrooms• Part 4: Types of Psilocybin Mushrooms I• Part 5: Types of Psilocybin Mushrooms II• Module 3 Assessment
Module 4 – The Psychotropic Plants of North America• Part 1: The Ilex Species• Part 2: Peyote• Part 3: Blue-Green Bulrush• Part 4: Ephedra• Part 5: Mescal Bean and Bitter Cherry• Module 4 Assessment
Module 5 – The Psychotropic Plants of Central and South America• Part 1: The Cacti• Part 2: Into the Forests• Part 3: The Tale of Two Beauties – Mimosa and Calea• Part 4: Ándale Andale and the Trio of Plants – Tobacco, Coca, Guarana• Module 5 Assessment
Module 6 – The Psychotropic Plants of Africa• Part 1: Iboga• Part 2: Cola Nitida• Part 3: Catha Edulis• Part 4: Areca Catechu• Module 6 Assessment
Module 7 – Psychotropic Plants From Distant Shores• Part 1: Peganum Harmala• Part 2: The Duboisia• Part 3: Myristica Fragrans• Part 4: Piper Methysticum• Part 5: Morning Glory Seeds• Module 7 Assessment
Module 8 – Cannabis Sativa• Part 1: An Introduction to a Controversial Plant• Part 2: The Science Behind the Herb• Part 3: The Spirit Behind the Herb• Part 4: The Discussion of Addiction• Part 5: Regulation and Safety• Module 8 Assessment
Module 9 – Psychotropics in Rituals• Part 1: Shamanism• Part 2: Peyote and the Ghost Dance• Part 3: Ayahuasca• Part 4: Bwiti and Iboga• Part 5: Native American Medical Ceremonies• Part 6: Witchcraft Ceremonies• Part 7: Witches Take Flight• Part 8: A British History of Psychotropic Plant Use• Module 9 Assessment
Module 10 – Psychotherapeutics• Part 1: Psychotropics in Depression, Stress and Anxiety• Part 2: When Plants Can Help• Part 3: Plant Allies• Part 4: Psychotropics for Insomnia• Part 5: The Ageing Mind• Part 6: The Adaptogens• Conclusion – How Was Your “Trip”?• Module 10 Assessment