It is divided into three three-day seminars. At the end of this course, which is rich in theoretical and practical contributions, you will acquire clear references in clinical, biology and a fluid and argued prescription in phyto-aromatherapy. The courses will be complemented by numerous clinical cases.

The training is as interactive as possible: ten minutes per hour will be devoted to short and written questions.

We will also remain at your disposal throughout the year of teaching, to accompany you and reassure you in your first steps in this new practice.


A. Introduction to Endobiogeny: Integrative Medicine
  • History and reflections
  • Definition of endobiogeny
  • From Selye to Duraffourd
  • The concept of stress: the general coping syndrome
  • The field: adaptation and adaptability
  • The endocrine system as a field manager
  • The neuro-vegetative nervous system (autonomous)
  • The emunctor
  • Hormones and their metabolic purpose
  • Mythology of hormones
B. The nervous system
  • Introduction
  • Anatomy: central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, autonomic nervous system
  • The parasympathetic: origin, autacoids and neurotransmitters
  • The orthosympathetic:
    • Alphasympathetic: origin, autacoids and neurotransmitters
    • Betasympathetic: origin, autacoids and neurotransmitters
  • The pineal gland:
    • Physiology
  • The general system of adaptation and its relations with the different systems
C. The corticotropic axis
  • The hypothalamus: anatomy, hormones
  • Pituitary: anatomy, hormones
  • Adrenal glands: anatomy, hormones
  • The semiology of the corticotropic axis
D. Day 3: presentation and discussion of clinical cases


A. Review of Seminar I
B. The medicinal plant
  • Its history
  • His interest in comprehensive care
  • The different galenic forms: essential oil, mother tincture, fluid extract, dry extract, herbal tea, etc.
C. The plants of the corticotropic axis and the nervous system
D. Pathologies related to the corticotropic axis and the nervous system
  • The spasmophilic state
  • Headache
  • Asthma
  • Dysthymia: reactional depression (eg burn-out, mourning), endogenous depression (eg bipolarity, melancholia)
  • Sleep disorders
  • Parkinson’s syndrome
  • Hyperactivity, Attention Disorders, Autism
  • Eczema, Allergies
  • Respiratory Tract Infections
E. Gastrointestinal diseases: inflammatory diseases of the colon, dysbiosis, gastritis, esophagitis, hepatitis, pancreatitis
F. Day 3: presentation and discussion of clinical cases


A. Review of seminar II
B. Interpretation of the blood sample
  • Definition of an integrative biology
  • Biological model
  • Interpretation of Blood Count-Platelet Count
C. The art of consultation: history, clinical examination. The art of prescribing
D. Nutrition: major principles, health cures, monodiete
E. Oligotherapy and lithotherapy
F. The lifeline


The third day of each seminar will be devoted to clinical days: presentation and discussion of clinical cases.

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