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The" Islamic and Greek Herbal Medical Diploma accredited by CMA is a 3 year structured course that will entail the study of both the Theoretical and Practical side of Herbal Medicine. It involves the study of ancient manuscripts, dating back to over 800 years old. Once students have graduated they have the option to either practice independently and / or jojn Ibn Sina Herbal as a partner (Research and Practice)'. Information on the post graduate scheme shall be uploaded soon. The course will give the ability to diagnose illnesses and make herbal remedies to cure people. On completion students will be given certification (isnaad).
The course is a 3 year structured on a part time basis (weekend) 1 day a week (live online) as well as the option to study globally as a distance learning student through the online facilities Recording shall be available for both students after each lecture / seminar. Currently we have many distant students around the UK, Europe and rest of the world. We have a track record of students from across the world who have enroled on the course previously of which some are now working closely with Ibn SIna Herbal.
Students enrolling on the Islamic and Greek Herbal Medical Diploma must be 16+. Students younger than 16 can contact the institute and if they succeed at the interview the students will gain entry into the First year of study.
What is Greco - Islamic Herbal Medicine
Greco Islamic Herbal Medicine is a form of allopathic medicine and relates to the traditional methods of Herbal Medicine used by greeks and Muslim pioneers e.g. Plato Galen, Ibn Sina, Ibn Nafis, Khwarizmi etc. For more information click here.
There are many topics that are taught and covered in this unique course, from theoretical to practical. The course covers a comprehensive text of Ibn Sina called the "Urjoozah" that is taught over the 3 years along with 3 semesters in the 3 years that will focus on Herbal remedies, oils, concentrates adn complicated remedies known as Majoons. It also delves into herbs, types of herbs, different methods of drying them and their affects on a person's health, from a preventative perspective to a curing perspective.
Below is a breakdown of what is taught over the 3 years:
Year 1 Modules - Definition of the Tibb, Parts of the Tibb (Theoretical / Practical), Theoretical parts (Natural Things - Tabe'iyyat, Elements, Humors, Body-elements (Akhlat), Organs -3 Lessons, Souls - Arwah, Engines - Quwa, Actions Af'aal)
Year 2 Modules - Necessary things (Daruiyyat), Surrounding conditions, food and drink, sleeping and awakening, motion and stiffness, Fullness and emptiness (Istifragh, Ihtiqan), Anger and fear, illness, illness of organs, causes of the illness, symptoms of the illnesses, signs, condition of fullness, signs during the illness, time of illness, length of illness, peak of illness (buhran), signs of death, signs of cure, way of analysing the signs
Year 3 Modules - Treatment by food and remedy, Preventative Medicine, Treatment, Types of Remedies, Preparing Remedies, Initial effects of the remedies, secondary effects of the remedies, third type of effects, treatment of bad condition, treatment of fullness, treatment of conditions
*Note 1: Lesson time is scheduled as 2 hour per lesson but these may be +/- 1 hour. Practical Lessons usually run to 3 hours.
*Note 2: The Semester term periods start and end dates may change +/- a month depending on the new year schedule. Please refer to course handbook or email the admin for clarification on this.
The course is broken down into two distinct categories: The Theoretical and the Practical side of Herbal Medicine. Below is a breakdown of some of the Theoretical Modules that are covered on the program (Note: these are not all of the modules but just some of the major ones):
- Reading a patient's Meezaj (Temperament)
- Elements and there effects
- Reasons for Illnesses
- Preventing Illnesses
- Symptoms of Various Illnesses
- Treating Illnesses
- Primary and Secondary organs
- Reading a Pulse to determine illnesses
- Reading a patient's Urine and Faeces to determine Illnesses
- Reading a patient's Blood, Skin colour and texture to determine Illnesses
- ...and many more
Below is a breakdown of some of the Practical Modules that are covered on the program (Note: these are not all of the modules but just some of the major ones):
- Making standard remedies
- Procedures of making various Oils
- Extracting oils from flowers and nuts
- Procedure of making Murabbas
- Procedure of making Concentrates (Ruboobs)
- Procedure of making Marhams (creams)
- Procedure of making Herbal Tablets
- Procedure of making Majoons (complicated remedies)
- How to develop your own remedies
- Herbal Formulas and Calculations
- Terminologies used in ancient herbal medicine
- Encyclopedia of Herbs
- ...and many more
Unlike contemporary medicine, where doctors measure the heart rate and blood pressures only, Islamic and Greek Herbal Medicine boasts a deeper interpretation of the pulse of the heart. THe pulse provides the Herbal Doctor (Tabeeb) with around ten categories of information with a layer of subcategories further adding to the precision of the diagnosis.
The Herbal doctor (Tabeeb) does not rely on technological heart monitoring systems and devices but rather implements the use of his fingers to detect the pulse of the patient. The information has been used by our Head Herbalist Sh. Hakeem Atabek to diagnose problems to a degree of accuracy that has startled the curious sceptical people.
This method of diagnosis is taught on the second year of the Herbal Medicine program in the chapter of Illnesses along with many of the other traditional methods of diagnosis to all students.
Ibn Sina Herbal Program is one of the first courses in the UK and globally that provides authentic and traditional remedies based on Islamic and Greek Herbal Medicine. The course head teacher (Sh.Hakeem Atabek Shukurov) has a direct authentic chain of tutelage through teachers connected back to Ibn Sina (Avicenna) himself. The course leader is also Sh. Hakeem Atabek for this course. To find out more about the Head Herbalist visit "About us".
The course texts are classical texts taught nowhere else, making it one of the most unique courses in UK and Europe (see below).These will be provided as part of the course.
There are a number of texts that were collated together by the Head Herbalist in systemising the syllabus for Herbal Medicine. From Greek to Islamic Sources the Head Herbalist has researched manuscripts dating back over 800 years, unlocking the secrets of the past and bringing it into the present world.
Greek and Islamic Herbal Medicine have a strong history of pioneers. On this course research and knowledge is taken and taught from the books of great Herbalists and Physicians such as Avicenna (Ibn Sina), Hippocrates, Plato, Ibn al-Nafees and Ibn Sina (Avicenna).
For the Theoretical side of Herbal Medicine the "Urjuzah fi al-Tibb" is taught throughout the 3 years. This manual in Herbal Medicine dates back to the Medieval Islamic World in the 8th Century. Written by Ibn Sina himself the book is written as a Medical Poem. It was one of the main books that was the key in transmitting the medical knowledge to Medieval Europe, studied in nearly every medical university in Europe at the time. This famous historical manuscript now makes the main foundation of Ibn Sina's Herbal Medicine Course.
For the Practical side of Herbal Medicine there are a number of classical manuscripts from great authors such as Ibn Nafees and Ibn Sina from which the methods of drying herbs, extracting oils and making remedies are deduced. Formulas to unique remedies are taken from these trialled and tested recipes of our historical Herbalists to give the students a unique experience.
Ibn Sina Herbal Course has invested into very sophisticated, high quality and reliable online software and equipment. The online resources provided are:
- High quality video/sound - via Conference System
- High quality playback of all lessons
- Ability to ask questions live (audio or by typing)
- Receive replies to questions instantly live as you learn.
- Communicate with other students online to share knowledge and discuss lesson content.
Missed your lesson? Or you just want to watch the lesson again?...You don't need to worry! All lessons are recorded live and then put online for you to watch in your own time almost instantly after the lesson. Students also have the option of watching their lessons for the whole year, which is extremely beneficial for revision and exam periods.
After the 3 years of study, if you are successful and pass all your theoretical and practical examinations then you will receive certification from Ibn Sina Herbal. (Please note all final examinations will take place at Ibn Sina Institute) This will be a certificate declaring that you have qualified as a herbalist on the program of study. For those that get over a certain amount of percent will not only receive the certificate but also the sanad (chain certificate). This is a highly unique document that will connect the student all the way back to one of the world's greatest Herbalists, Ibn Sina (Avicenna). The Isnaad document is an ancient method of certification that would be displayed to students on completion of studies in the past. This would contain all the names of the teachers throughout the generations that have passed on the knowledge from teacher to student going back to the source, which in this case is Ibn Sina. The isnaad will be certified and issued by the Head Herbalist (Sh. Hakeem Atabek).
Due to the course being held and based in the UK. All timings and schedules will be issued according to UK time and date. If you are located in a different time zone, then you must calculate your own time differences according to your own respective countries.
The course term times and holidays will be in conjunction with regular UK state schools and universities (ie: Christmas and New year holidays, similar to UK schools). For the full Yearly course calendar and timetable please download prospectus.
Lesson time is scheduled as 2 hour per lesson but these may be +/- 1 hour. Practical Lessons usually run to 3 hours and theory lessons can sometimes finish in 1 hour depending on whether the content is covered.
For more information please visit https://www.ibnsina.co.uk/herbal-medicine-course
Free Previews of Previous Lessons
1st Year: (All Courses) - The course is designed to provide foundations and an introduction to the different aspects of Herbal Medicine. You do not need any prior requirements or foundation studies to start this program. If students under the age of 16 please contact us.
2nd Year - Must have completed and passed 1st Year
3rd Year - Must have completed and passed 2nd Year
Method of Study
The main method of study for the herbal lessons is online (live). Advance notice will be given to notify you of these lessons. Recordings of each lesson will be available to all students with a unique username and password for each lesson.
If any students could not continue and complete the previous year(s) there will be an option for students to continue lessons. There will be a reduced / zero fee for these students. Please contact us for more info.
Admissions is straightforward and easy. To enrol click on 'Enrol Now' here or next to this text, this will take you to our LMS (Learning Management System partner. You will first be required to register then you can view the course and enrol. The course fees and payment options are shown on the system and detailed further below. Once enrolled you will be able to view the course information. Can you also please leave send your mobile number firstname.lastname@example.org or message to +447837834675 to allow us to add you to the communication groups. For a demonstration to the system please click here.
The Learning Management System (LMS) will have all the information required to allow you to complete the course this includes course documents, information on live classes, recorded videos, payment information, information on assignments and examinations and more.
For the first class this will also be shown on the learning management system and all students are required to attend the first class. One week before the start date is the enrolment deadline. If you miss the deadline date for enrolment then you are advised to contact the admin team at the earliest possible date to see if any places are available.
Course, Payment and Discounts
Standard payment options are detailed below. However we understand the needs for special requirements. Please contact us and we will try our best to help you.
Greco-Islamic Herbal Medicine (GIHM) - 3 Year course
Upfront - An upfront payment - £1,200 / year
Termly- 3 Term (On enrolment, January and April) payments - £435 / term x 3 (£1,305)
Monthly - 12 Month (Monthly Subscription) - £110 / monthly x 12 (£1,320)
Monthly - 8 Monthly payments - £175 / monthly x 8 (£1,400)
Payment for all options must be made in advance, before commencing the course. Once you have made your initial payment, you will automatically secure your place on the Ibn Sina Herbal Medicine course. For monthly options an advanced payment will be required followed by monthly payments, these will automatically be deducted.
*(Note: Dealys in payments may incur charges and/or loss of your online access to the course links)
Discount Policies / Options (Please note the offers below cannot be used in conjunction with each other)
We are currently running a discount policy for two main reasons and want to reward all those that help us. One, we have had a lot of inquiries and sign up in the last week so earlier sign up will allow us to make the necessary arrangements prior to the course date. Two, is to assist us making students aware of the course and minimise inconvenience and disappointment. The discount policy is:
- International fair discount policy - Discounts are available for other countries based on costs of the local economy), please contact
+44 7837 834675 for further information.
- Early Enrolment - If a students enrols before or on 6th September 2019 there shall be a 10% discount on first payment for all courses.(Please enter discount / coupon code 'EARL10'
- Recommendation - If a student signs up with a recommendation from another student or friend they will receive or earn 5% of the course fee. There is no maximum limit for recommendations. Staff recommendation will earn 10%. A number of students from last year have not made use of this opportunity.
- Network / Partners Discount - If you are a member of Ibn Sina Herbal as part of our network, partner or partner clinics, Please contact us at email@example.com or contact +44 7837 834675 prior to enrolment
- Staff and Volunteers Discount - Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact +44 7837 834675 prior to enrolment
- Returning Students - If any students could not continue and complete the previous year(s) there will be an option for students to continue lessons. There will be a reduced / zero fee for these students. Please contact us for more info.
Refunds and Cancellation Policy
All funds received by Ibn Sina Herbal are used in research and development for alternative means to cure people. We understand that circumstances sometimes do not allow students to continue onto the Herbal Course and we have therefore adopted a refund policy. The refunds policy in place is: If you decide to no longer continue with the herbal course then a payment for the lessons you have attended to or have been taught will only be charged including a admin fee The remaining balance will be refunded.
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