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Chinese Herbal Medicine Diploma Courses
( 2 years ) 

Mandatory requirement to register this course:

finished the course "Foundation of Chinese Medicine" with satisfactory results. 

Potential candidates for this course includes: acupuncturists, Tuina therapists, Shiatsu practitioners

Recommended Books:

- Chinese Herbal Medicine, Materia Medica and Chinese Herbal Medicine, Formulas & Strategies (two volumes), Dan Bensky

- Chinese Herbal Medicine, Materia Medica, Dan Bensky

The Practice of Herbs and Formulae (syllabi), Shenzhou Open University of TCM.

- Chinese Herbal Medicines: Comparisons and Characteristics, Yifan Yang

- Chinese Herbal Formulas: Treatment Principles and Composition Strategies, Yifan Yang

- Chinese Medicine Study Guide: Formulae, Li Qing-ye

- Chinese Medicine Study Guide: Materia Medica, Zhong Gan Sheng

- Clinical Essentials of Contemporary Series Chinese Medicine, Fundaments of Formulas of Chinese Medicine, Liu Gongwang

- Clinical Essentials of Contemporary Series Chinese Medicine, Development of Formulas of Chinese Medicine, Kiu Gongwang

Class Schedule: 10:00 am - 17:00 pm


September 25+26; October 23+24; November 20+21; Dec. 18+19


January 15+16; February 26+27; March 19+20; April 02+03; May 21+22; June 04+05

Exam: July 02+03 

Lecturers: Jie li, Fengli Yao, Zhigang Yang, Weixiang Wang,

Chinese Herbal Medicine Course takes 2 years after the study of Foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has evolved over thousands of years. TCM practitioners use various herbal formulas to address health problems.

Chinese Herbs are prescribed to restore energy balance to the opposing forces of energy - Yin and Yang - that run through meridians in the body. Chinese Herbs can act on the body as powerfully as pharmaceutical drugs and should be treated with the same caution and respect.

Natural Medicine

Chinese Herbal Medicine Course consists of online education and physical education in the ratio of 7:3

The first year education focus on the features, action of commonly-used single herbs, and classical formulas as well as the strategy on making the formulas, whilst the second year focus on how to make individual herbal prescriptions for different diseases with different patterns. 

Traditional Chinese Medicine
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