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Herbalist Certification in New York - NY

Herbal Medicine Degrees in New York

As herbal medicine has become more popular and more mainstream, there have been increasing efforts to create professional standards and regulations. However, herbal medicine is not currently regulated in New York, so aspiring herbalists do not need to receive herbalist certification in order to practice in New York. However, it is possible to receive certification in specific areas, like Chinese herbology, from organizations like the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) that seek to uphold standards of competence and safety in the profession. Though not all jobs may require such certification, it can help you demonstrate to clients and employers that you meet the highest standards of professionalism.


Once you’ve completed your education and training, you’ll be ready to start a career as a herbalist in cities like New York, Rochester, Albany, Buffalo, and Syracuse. Many herbalists open joint practices with other alternative medicine practitioners, such as massage therapists, chiropractors, and acupuncturists. Others start their own practice or clinic, or work closely with a few individual clients. Others may be employed by hospitals or larger healthcare institutions that offer alternative and natural wellness programs to their patients. As interest in herbal medicine grows, an increasing number of practicing herbalists are also offering courses to the general public. Herbal medicine in New York is a profession with many options; so if it’s something that interests you, look explore online options or find a school near you to get started.


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