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An Accredited Distance Learning School of the Natural Healing Arts

New Eden School of Natural Health and Herbal Studies

An Institute of Higher Learning

Description of Courses

Course: NES 01 Anatomy and Physiology

Description: The various body systems and their function are covered in this course..
Symptomotology of out of balanced body systems is outlined in questionnaire form so the student can recognize the need for care. Natural supplementation is indicated for every body system

Credit Hours: 4
Text(s):Medical Language, 3rd edition, Susan Turley (2013)

Anatomy & Physiology E-Manual (Anatomy systems and solutions) available at www.primitius.com

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing.

Course: NES 02 Natural Health and Nutrition

Description: This course takes a Genesis perspective on health and nutrition. Probably one of the best compiled manuals for its topic. Topics covered are; Air, water, light, electro-magnetic fields, vegetables, Beans and grains, nuts and seeds, fruit, flesh foods, rest and exercise, use of herbs, detoxification and fasting, dietary supplements, weight loss, glycemic index, ORAC values, vitamins and minerals, amino acids, fats and starches, juicing, sprouting, and much more.

This is a very foundational course.

Credit Hours: 3

Text(s):  Natural Health & Nutrition in e-book form available through www.primitius.com

Prescription for Dietary Wellness, 2nd edition by Phyllis A. Balch, CNC

Exam: Open Book, 85% is passing

Optional but highly recommended reading: Tissue Cleansing Through Bowel Management by Bernard Jensen, D.C.

Course:  NES 03 Natural Health Approaches I

Description:  Excellent nuts and bolts manual on client assessment. Diet & supplement determination for the individual is assessed. Material covered; processed foods, heavy metals, leaky gut, candida, parasites, food sensitivities, pH, benefits of sweating, blood types, metabolic typing, vital signs, reading blood workup, hair analysis, evaluating the natural health questionnaire,and glandular health assessment. A to Z natural approaches to health conditions, and more.

Credit Hours: 5

Text(s):  Natural Health Approaches Manual in e-book form available through www.primitius.com

Optimal Wellness, Ralph Golan, MD (1995)

Leaky Gut Syndrome by Elizabeth Lipski, M.S, C.C.N (1998)

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing
 
Note: This course is not to be used to diagnose or treat but to gain an understanding of natural health assessments and what possible natural health recommendations might be made to lead to optimal wellness.
In many States, only licensed practitioners can order lab work, check your State laws.
 

Course: NES 04 Herbology

Description: This course is a study of herbs and their application. It is a compilation of researched herbs backed by clinical studies. The completion of this course will provide a foundation of knowledge for the preparation of the herbal or natural health professional.

Material covered; history of herbalism, classification of herbs, herbal combinations, herbal assessments, herbal glossary, herbal preparations, essential oils, herbal solutions A to Z Vivid pictures of hundreds of herbs are included in this course.

Credit Hours: 4

Text(s):  Herbology Manual in e-book form available through www.primitius.com

Desk Reference to Nature's Medicine, Steven Foster, Rebecca L. Johnson

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 05 Herbal First Aid and Health Care

Description:   Excellent manual for CPR and First Aid knowledge along with Herbal First Aid Care. Very useful section on building your own Natural First Aid Kit. This course contains valuable emergency health care information that surpasses typical First Aid Standard texts. A must for all natural health practitioners.

Credit Hours: 2

Text: Herbal First Aid and Health Care, Kyle D. Christensen, D.C., M.H.

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 06 Nutritional Herbology

Description:  A one of a kind resource course in giving complete and comprehensive summary of what nutrients are in herbs and how they work. Nutritional analysis for hundreds of herbs, including Chinese constitutional combinations. Includes each herbs nutritional profile, historical use, medicinal properties, and folk remedies. Numerous herbal combinations for body systems.

Credit: 3

Text: Nutritional Herbology, A Reference Guide to Herbs, Mark Pedersen (Any edition or year)

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 08 Pathology I

Description: Introduction to medical language, disease process and conventional intervention in the following body systems; gastro-intestinal system, respiratory system, cardiovascular system, immune system, blood and lymphatic system, integumentary system, and muscular-skeletal system. Website inter-actives.

Credit: 5

Text: Medical Language, 3rd Edition, 2013 by Susan Turley.
Exam: Open Book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 08B Pathology II

Description:   Disease process and conventional intervention in the following body systems; nervous system, urinary system, male and female genital and reproductive system, endocrine system, and eye/ears/nose/throat. Oncology, mental health, radiology and nuclear medicine are also covered in this course.There are excellent visuals and website inter-actives.

Credit: 5

Text: Medical Language, 3rd Edition, 2013 by Susan Turley.
Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 09 Pharmacology

Description:  The topics covered in this course designed for health professionals are; History of drugs, drug testing and manufacturing, forms of drugs and their routes of Administration, therapeutic use of drugs and the prescription, drugs by body systems, And drug categories. This course will give the natural health graduate knowledge of how pharmaceuticals are made and used. This is valuable information because many individuals are on prescribed medication.

Credit: 4

Text:  Understanding Pharmacology for Health Professionals, 4th Edition 2010,

Susan M. Turley, RN

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 10 Hydrotherapy

Description:  This one of a kind course explains how water works in the body and covers the various water healing techniques like; foot baths, hand baths, steam, perspiration induction and much more. It includes water healing for common ailments and water use in exercise recovery and sports injuries.

Credit: 3

Text:  The Complete Book of Water Healing, 2001, Dian Dincin Buchman, Ph.D.

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 11 Chemistry and Nutrition

Description:  This course covers basic chemistry and provides detailed information on the 21 chemical elements the body needs. Important facts on body chemistry is also covered in this course, as well as, much information on body nutrition. Excellent course on the function and use of minerals.

Credit: 2

Text: Chemistry Basics, New Eden School Manual in e-book form

Guide to Body Chemistry and Nutrition (2000) by Bernard Jensen, DC, PhD

Exam:  Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 12 Natural Health Approaches II

Description:  This is a practitioner level course that covers; Naturopathic principles, dysbiosis, degenerative diseases, pH imbalances, natural health approaches for the circulatory system, the liver and detoxification, energy and blood sugar, neurotransmitters, disorders of the immune system and natural care, the adrenals and the sex glands, kidney care, the senses and natural care, factors which contribute to pathology, vaccinations, mental health, surgical issues, food aversions and addictions, naturopathic care in infectious diseases, fertility, infant nutrition, the elderly and much more.

Credit:  3

Text:  A Textbook of Modern Naturopathy (2010) by Linda Lazarides

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 13 Natural Health Approaches III

Description: This course covers the many different assessments and modalities of Naturopathy, which include; reflex nutrition assessment, pulse assessment for sensitivities, iris analysis, light and color, sound and music, exercise, massage, clay and mud use, glandulars and enzymes, cell salts, homeopathy, and more.

Credit: 3
 
Text: Combining Old and New Naturopathy for the 21st Century                                      by Robert J. Thiel, PhD

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 14 Enzyme Nutrition

Description:  The course teaches on the importance of enzymes in nutrition. It covers; enzymes and coenzymes, classification and naming of enzymes, how enzymes work and the process of digestion, the consequences of poor digestion, digestive leukocytosis, inflammation and enzymes, and more. This course material covers the value of fresh raw vegetable and fruit juices and their therapeutic effect on sick conditions of the body.

Credit:  3

Text:  Enzymes, the key to health (volume 1) by Howard F. Loomis, Jr, DC

Fresh Vegetable and Fruit Juices by N.W. Walker, D.Sc.

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 17 Clinical Botanical Medicine I

Description:  A premier course in herbal medicine.

Topics covered; Introduction to phytochemistry, classification of medicinal plants, pharmacognosy and ways to assess herb quality, remedy approaches by body systems, phytotherapy in dis-ease processes, phytotherapy and the elderly, phytotherapy and children, herbal actions, material medica, and much more.

Credit: 5

Text: Medical Herbalism by David Hoffmann, AHG

Exam:  Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 18 Clinical Botanical Medicine II

Description:  A clinician level herbal course. Over 700 updated botanical monographs. Evidence-based information for
making the best herbal decisions for use. The course covers the description, actions and pharmacology, indications and use,
precautions and adverse reactions, overdosing, and dosage of most herbs.

Credit:  4

Text:  PDR  For Herbal Medicines, 4th Edition (Thomson)

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course material revised 10/30/2013

Course: NES 19 Herbal Preparations

Descriptions:  It is important, especially for herbal degree students, to know how to make herbal preparations. A practitioner cannot always depend on the commercial world have all the remedies. This course will teach; gardening and harvesting, drying, garbling, and storing of herbs, kitchen pharmacy equipment, extraction process, solvents, forms of herbal medicine, flower essences, baths for water therapy, poultices and fomentations, eight principles of excellent medicine making, and more.

Credit:  4

Text:  The Herbal Medicine-Maker’s Handbook, James Green, Herbalist

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 20 Orthomolecular Nutrition

Description:  A must course on the use of therapeutic doses of nutrients.

Topics:  How orthomolecular therapy works, orthomolecular psychiatry, poor nutrition and mental health, the optimal diet, protein/fats/carbohydrates, orthomolecular vitamin upplementation, orthomolecular mineral supplementation, and case studies in orthomolecular nutrition.

Credit:  3

Text:  Putting it All Together:  The New Orthomolecular Nutrition,

Abram Hoffer, MD, PhD and Morton Walker, D.P.M

Exam:  Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 21 DSM-IV

Description:  The purpose of this course is not to diagnose or treat mental conditions but to understand them from a holistic and wellness perspective. Topics and conditions explained; Cognitive disorders, substance related disorders, psychotic disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, somatoform disorders, factitious disorders, dissociative disorders,and holistic and wellness support.

Credit:  4

Text:  DSM-IV Made Easy (1995) James Morrison, MD
         School e-file, New Eden (2013)

Exam:  Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 23  Wellness Coaching  

Description: A course that teaches the student in how to operate successfully as a wellness coach. The material covers coaching strategies, effective change and charting the course of change, interpersonal & intrapersonal aspects of effective change, and more.

Credit: 2

Text: Wellness Coaching for Lasting Lifestyle Change (2009) Michael Arlaski

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 24 Natural Health Approaches IV

Description:  This text is designed to help practitioners understand and apply the latest advancements in integrative therapies. With unique combinations of guidelines, protocols, it provides virtually everything you will need to optimize your clinical use of nutrition, nutraceuticals, and botanicals.

Credit: 4

Text:  The Clinician's Handbook of Natural Medicine (2007)

Joseph E. Pizzorno Jr, Michael T. Murray, Herb Joiner-Bey

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course Material Revision (10/2013)

Course: NES 25 Natural Health Approaches V

Description:  This course presents a  system of blood chemistry and CBC analysis that focuses on physiological function as a marker of health. By looking for optimum function we increase our ability to detect dysfunctions long before disease manifests.  

Conventional lab testing becomes a truly preventative and prognostic tool.

This course includes:
In-depth coverage of 52 blood tests with optimal and functional values.

62 patterns of functional disorders that most practitioners do not get from normal reference ranges.

11 nutrient deficiencies that can be seen in blood chemistry and CBC tests.
36 special topics.
 
This course also covers Functional Medicine and its natural approaches.

Note: This course is not for the purpose of diagnosing or treating disease but for balancing the body systems through natural health care.                                    


Credit: 3

Texts:  Blood Chemistry and CBC Analysis: Clinical Laboratory Testing from a Functional Perspective, Dicken   Weatherby, ND (2002 or current)
Text available through www.primitius.com
 Functional Medicine Review (New Eden e-file)
 
Exam: Open book, 85% is passing
 
Note: This course is not to be used to diagnose or treat but to gain an understanding of this type of lab work and what possible natural health recommendations might be made to lead to optimal wellness.
In many States, only licensed practitioners can order lab work, check your State laws.

Course: NES 70 Natural Health Assessments

Description: This is a must course for every practitioner of natural health. In-depth question by question guide to nutritional assessment questionnaire. The course uses signs, indicators, and concepts from medicine, Osteopathy, Naturopathy, Chiropractic, Oriental Medicine, Biochemistry, and Nutrition. Assessments and remedies are given.          

Credit: 4          

Text:  Signs and Symptoms Analysis from a Functional Perspective, A Question by Question Guide by Dicken Weatherby, ND (2nd edition 2004). Text available through www.primitius.com                            
Exam: Open book, 85% is passing. Course open to doctors and practitioners only

Note: This course is not to be used to diagnose or treat but to gain an understanding of this type of lab work and what possible natural health recommendations might be made to lead to optimal wellness.
In many States, only licensed practitioners can order lab work, check your State laws.

Course NES 71 Nutrition for Children

Description: This course is a wealth of information in how to raise children naturally and toxic free.

Topics: Detoxifying the family's diet, Chemical-free home zone environment, Food fit for children. 

Credit: 2

Text: Chemical-Free Kids, Allan Magaziner, DO (2003)

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing. 

Course: NES 72 Practical Iridology

Description: The art and practice of Iridology  is taught in this course. Lessons on examining the iris of the eyes are given in-depth in order to determine body constitution, organ weaknesses and strengths, need to detoxify, and much more.

Text: Vision of Health, Understanding Iridology by Bernard Jensen; Practical Iridology and Sclerology (1996), Dr. Donald R. Bamer.

Text Availability: amazon.com

Credit: 3

Exam: Open Book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 26  Integrative and Functional Medicine I 

Course Details

Credit:5

Texts: Laboratory Evaluations for Integrative and Functional Medicine, 2nd Edition                                                           Richard Lord, PhD and J. Alexander Bralley, PhD

Case Studies in Integrative and Functional Medicine,                                                                                                  Kara N. Fitzgerald, ND and J. Alexander Bralley, PhD

Texts are available at  a 50% discount for students, see www.metametrix.com

Texts includes:

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  • Searchable CD-ROM
  • 672 Pages (laboratory evaluations for Integrative and Functional Medicine)
  • 175 full color graphics and illustrations
  • 80 + case illustrations
  • More than 3800 citations

 

Text material Covers:

  • Basic Concepts of integrative and functional medicine
  • Vitamins
  • Nutrient and Toxic Elements
  • Amino Acids
  • Fatty Acids
  • Organic Acids
  • Gastrointestinal Function
  • Toxicants and Detoxification
  • Oxidant Stress
  • Hormones
  • Genomics
  • Pattern Analysis
  • Comprehensive Cardiovascular Health Risk Assessment
  • Nutrient Evaluations Related to Standard Serum Chemistry
  • Interactions of Drugs, Nutritional Supplements and Dietary Components

Benefits

This course can be your single source reference for  testing most used in your practice to identify candidates for nutrient interventions and to evaluate toxic or metabolic issues. Whether you want to review the significance of a single measurement, or to interpret complex multiple profile data, you can quickly find the information you need to design effective natural protocols.
Case Studies in Integrative and Functional Medicine illustrates integrative and functional medicine applied in clinical practice to help patients/clients achieve satisfying outcomes through robust, integrated, functional clinical assessment and protocol programs. This book contains case studies in a range of complexities reflective of real-life, day-to-day clinical practice.

Case Studies in Integrative and Functional Medicine is a valuable tool in your clinical practice!

Features

  • 21st-century functional medicine approaches
  • Categorized by eleven common disease categories including genetics, autoimmune, gastrointestinal, and more
  • Highly referenced cases to back science-based natural medicine
  • Difficult clinical cases from highly skilled functional medicine clinicians
  • Determine how to achieve a functional clinical assessment and protocol program
  • Includes case studies using the Functional Medicine Matrix Model for evaluation and protocols

 Exam: Open book exam, 85% is passing

Course: NES 27 Doctoral Dissertation

Description: This course requires the student to prepare a dissertation.

Objective:  Student is required to submit an original work on a natural health topic. Dissertation should be not less than 60 typed pages.

Document should contain footnotes, references, bibliography, etc.

Text: A Manual for Writers,7th edition, 2007, Kate L. Turbian

The text is not mandatory but is helpful in preparing a dissertation

Credit: 18

Exam: Pass or fail grading on dissertation
 
Note: A draft is submitted before a final work is turned in.
 
Options to a dissertation are:
 
1. Writing a book and submitting it in an e-book form (no less than 60 pages)
2. Creating a Literature Review(no less than 25 pages) and completing an additional
    nine credit hours of courses.
3. Completing three case presentations (Credit 3) and taking 15 credit hours of courses
          

Course: NES 28  Integrative and Functional Medicine II

Credit:5

Texts:

Laboratory Evaluations for Integrative and Functional Medicine, 2nd Edition,Richard Lord, PhD and J. Alexander Bralley, PhD

Case Studies in Integrative and Functional Medicine                                                                                                    Kara N. Fitzgerald, ND and J. Alexander Bralley, PhD


Texts are available at  a 50% discount for students, see www.metametrix.com

Content: This course is the continuation of Integrative and Functional Medicine I

Exams: Both courses I and II have open book exams which require a 85% passing score.

Course: NES 29 Health foods & Nutritional Supplements

Description:  Excellent material. The student learns in-depth description of twohundred food and supplements recommended by practitioners and sold in health food stores. Includes scientific research, contraindications and interactions to their use.

Credit: 5

Text: PDR for Nutritional Supplements, 2nd Edition 2008, Sheldon Saul Hendler, MD

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 30 Sports Nutrition

Description:  Course outline consists of; fitness 101, supplements & sports,
functional foods, eating for fitness, fit eating at every age, performing at peak
performance in aerobics, basketball, golf, running, soccer, and many more sports.
Overtraining and dealing with sports injuries are addressed.

Credit: 3

Text:  Encyclopedia of Sports & Fitness Nutrition, 2002, Liz Applegate, PhD

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course:  NES 31 Chemistry Basics
Description:  This course covers basic chemistry and provides detailed information on the 21 chemical elements the body needs.
Credit:1
Text: Chemistry Basics, New Eden School Manual in e-book form
Exam:  Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 32 Kinesiology

Description: This course will prepare the student with knowledge and know how in the area of muscle testing for the determination of body need.

Areas covered are: Lepore technique, allergies and antidotes, nutrients and herb testing, muscle testing for heavy metal; testing infants, invalids, and pets. Sun therapy, addictions, cell salt therapy, and M.R.T.Points for glandular therapy, and more.

Credit: 3

Text:The Ultimate Healing System, Illustrated Guide to Muscle testing & Nutrition,

Donald Lepore,ND

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course:  NES 33 Reflexology

Description:  Reflexology is the application of pressure techniques to the hands and feet to affect another part of the body in a positive way, relieving pain, relaxing organs and stimulating nerve flow. This course is loaded with color illustrations. Topics are as followed: Principles of reflexology, benefits, techniques, for every life stage, health concerns, rejuvenation, treatment charts, and more.

Credit: 3

Text: Complete Reflexology for Life (2009) , Barbara & Kevin Kunz

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course:  NES 34            Homeopathy

Description:  Homeopathy is a medical science that uses substances to mimic illness and stimulate healing.  This in-depth course will equip the student or practitioner to use homeopathic remedies effectively. Outline of course is as follows:

What can be accomplished through homeopathy, prevention, how remedies are made, rules for using remedies, how to select correct remedy, commom homeopathic remedies, organ system remedies, use in pregnancy, first aid remedies, and more.

Credit: 3
 

Text: Homeopathy, The Principles and Practice of Treatment (1995) Dr. Andrew  Lockie and  Dr. Nicola Geddes

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course Revision: 03/2012

Course:   NES 35        Energy Medicine

Description: Electromagnetic pollution from electronic devices zap our body of energy. This course covers why and what to do, as well as, give the student basic knowledge on the principles of quantum physics and energy.Topics discussed; Electro-pollution, electric power, human health studies, EMF exposure at home and at work, cell phone danger, what you can do, scalar energy and health, scalar energy and water, much more included.

Credit: 2

Texts: Two e-books on Scalar Energy (Provided by New Eden School)

Health Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation (2009) , Bruce Fife , ND

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course:     NES 37         Aromatherapy

Description:   The course is one of the most comprehensive in the use of essential oils.Major properties of essential oils, hazardous essential oils, recipes and formulas, and an A-Z guide are included.

Credit: 3

Text: Aromatherapy, an A-Z ( The Most Comprehensive Guide) 2005, Patricia Davis

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 40 Starting Your Business as a Natural Health Practitioner

Description:   An excellent course on how to successfully start, operate, and safeguard
your natural health practice. Topics covered are: Why America needs you, accreditation, legal issues, insurance, naming your business, disclaimers, assessment systems, the right office location, keeping records, marketing, practice management, how to price your service, and much more.
Students are also presented with two or three case presentations that they have to complete in order to graduate.Case presentations are based on the curriculum they have chosen.

Credit: 2

Text: The Handbook for Starting a Business as a Natural Health Consultant: A Guide for the Professional, current edition, Kay K. Larson, PhD

New Eden School Case Presentations e-file.

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing. Pass/fail for the case presentations.

Course:  NES 41    Fitness and Weight Management

Credit: 3

Text: 2 Days to Fitness, Rick Bromos, ACE and Ron Grisanti, DC

Content: A cutting edge, clinically researched weight management and fitness program that has been helping individuals all over the world.

This course addresses the #1 reason for not exercising and the key reason for being overweight. Unlike most programs that are too complex and overwhelming for those seeking only health and fitness...This course addresses the real concerns of the very overweight, very de-conditioned or first time exerciser. 

Student learns how important fats and cholesterol are to producing the many hormones that regulate all bodily functions, keeping individuals healthy and helping to reduce fat stores.

This course also addresses the bio-chemical glitches that may be slowing  metabolism down such as thyroid, hormone, allergies etc. 

Exam: Open book exam, 75% is passing.

Course: NES 42 Traditional Naturopathic Approaches
Description: Guide to Naturopathic Approaches
Content: Naturopathy and its various modalities. A to Z Guide to Naturopathic Solutions.
Text: Traditional Naturopathic Approaches (eBook) Lawrence DeSantis, ND
Available through www.primitius.com
Credit: 1
Exam: Open book, 85% is passing.

 

Course:  NES 74  Herbal and Natural Health Care for Animals

Description: Complete guide to natural health care for animals

Content: Health assessment for pets, herbs for pets, homeopathy and supplements, aromatherapy and flowers essence use in animals, holistic first aid, A to Z ailments and remedies for cats, dogs, birds and rabbits.

Credit: 5

Text: The Encyclopedia of Natural Pet Care, CJ. Puotinen (2000)

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 75  Natural Health Approaches VI
Description: This course is a continuation of Natural Health Approaches IV
This course is designed to help practitioners understand and apply the latest advancements in integrative therapies. With unique combinations of guidelines, protocols, it provides virtually everything you will need to optimize your clinical use of nutrition, nutraceuticals, and botanicals.
Credit: 3
Text: The Clinician's Handbook of Natural Medicine (2007)
           Joseph E. Pizzorno, Jr, Michael Murray, Herb Joiner-Bey
Exam:
Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 80       Clinical Nutrition

Description: This course covers in-depth clinical nutrition

Content: Clinically relevant nutrient metabolism. Nutrient management in clinical practice. This course takes a functional approach to clinical nutrition.

Credit: 3


Text: Clinical Nutrition, A functional Approach
by Jeffrey S. Bland, Buck Levin, Linda Costarella and DeAnn Liska (2004)

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course availability: June 2013

Course: NES 82          Bach Flower Remedies

Description: The course covers the use of the 38 flower remedies for mental and emotional circumstances. There are flower remedies for fear, uncertainty, loneliness, despondency or despair, and much more.

Text: Bach Flower Remedies by Shalini Kagal (2012)
PDF book provided by New Eden School, included in the course tuition.

Credit: 2

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 83    Biologic Ionization as Applied to Human Nutrition

Description: Biologic Ionization as expressed through the urine/saliva test

Content: This course helps the student expand their understanding of reserve energy as it relates to the various ranges and zones the test numbers may be in. There are two new full color Range & Zone charts. One is an expanded and enhanced Anion / Cation Range and Zone Effects on Body Chemistry the other is Range and Zones According To Energy Loss. There are also new diagrams for assisting in recommending calcium supplements, as well as vitamin C and D.

Text: Biologic Ionization as Applied to Human Nutrition by Dr. Alexander F. Beddoe (2008)
The textbook can be purchased via www.pikeagri.com

This book is the definitive text on the concepts pioneered by Dr. Carey Reams. Beddoe, a former assistant to Reams, explains the principles behind the pH test, proper procedures for conducting tests on urine and saliva, and how to use the test result to tailor counseling recommendations in the diet and lifestyle plans. This text will dispel misunderstandings about body chemistry and will explain how to achieve optimum health through the Reams' system.

Credit: 4

Exam: Open book, 85% is passing

Course: NES 100