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Herbs, Essential Oils, and Pain Management

May 15 - June 26


Powerful Botanical Actions for Intense Pain

Both chronic and acute pain, caused by a wide range of conditions, can result in life-changing health concerns that are often either under-treated by modern medicine or treated exclusively through powerful or risky pharmaceuticals. In addition to the failure to address the concern, many women face painful conditions that are ignored or under-addressed by care providers.

Get effective pain relief through powerful botanicals with the protocols and formulas taught in this independent course. This course includes 5 in-depth modules covering the epidemiology and physiology of pain, followed by a deep dive into the herbs and essential oils that have been shown in the scientific literature to effectively manage pain. 


  • Measuring Pain
  • Subjective v Objective Outcomes
  • Pain Management Myths
  • Prevalence & Incidence
  • Influence of Sex & Culture on Pain
  • Inflammation
  • Infection
  • Tissue Injury
  • Acute Pain Response
  • Risks of Chronic Pain
  • Anti-Inflammatory Botanicals
  • Wound Healing
  • Protocols for Pain Reduction
  • Formulations & Dosing
  • Clinical Research Overview
  • Olfaction & the Brain
  • Placebos for Pain
  • Anxiety & Pain
  • Formulations & Dosing
  • Clinical Research Overview
  • High Dose Topical Applications
  • Toxicology
  • EOs and Blood Flow
  • Formulations & Dosing
  • Clinical Research Overview



The Franklin School of Integrative Health Sciences is proud to be fully authorized to grant college certificates and degrees by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. This commission oversees college education and ensures that diplomas and certificates issued by the FSIHS are recognized as legitimate college credentials nationwide.

The Franklin School of Integrative Health Sciences is also an approved school by the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy and is the only NAHA approved school with a PhD researcher directing the program. FSIHS is also a recognized CEU provider for Board Certified Health and Wellness Coaches (NBC-HWCs) CE #100102.



May 15
June 26
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