American College of Healthcare Sciences
Where tradition meets science.
Watch the video recording of "Plastic Free: Healthy Body, Healthy Earth"
This webinar is the official kickoff event for the ACHS July webinar series and our team’s participation in the month-long Plastic Free Ecochallenge. Dr. Jacqui McGrath offers an evidence-based review of some problems with plastics including mounting evidence that they are wreaking havoc with our health.
American College of Healthcare Sciences is a world-renowned accredited online college. Our mission is driven by the principles and vision of our president, Dorene Petersen, who founded the college in 1978 as a pioneer in holistic health education. We award degrees, diplomas, certificates and microcredentials in Integrative Health, Aromatherapy, Holistic Nutrition, Herbal Medicine, and an MBA with Specializations in Integrative Health & Wellness and Sustainable Business.
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Enjoy and share our free online Continuing Education (CE) classes. We want to do all we can to help during these difficult times and have made these resources free. Together we are amazingly strong, resilient, and educated!
View ACHS's guidance on essential oil safety and best practices in our Ebook Essential Oil Safety Guidelines.
Holistic Health Blog
The ACHS blog, which made the Best Holistic Health Blogs of 2020 list, covers all aspects of holistic health and wellness - Aromatherapy, Herbal Medicine, Holistic Nutrition, Coaching, Wellness, and more!
Enjoy these free essential oil blend recipes:
If you are excited to try out these DIY blends, head over to the Apothecary Shoppe where we specialize in certified organic and pesticide-free essential oils and wellness supplies!
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