QUANTUM-VERITAS
International University Systems

QVIUS
International College of Botanical Medica

Earle Sweet, DC, M.H., D.N.M Dean

The QVIUS School of Botanical Medica is focused towards teaching a uniform system of academia that is consistent in scope, content, and practice with all other curricula that may be taught in any regional facility worldwide. This school is dedicated to teaching botanical medicine to students of any nation and is further dedicated towards working in concert with other teaching institutions to establish the guidelines for a consistent curriculum of botany and herbal / botanical medicine.

The tool of Botanical Medica is understood to encompass all aspects of therapeutics in which the remedy used is of a natural / botanical source.

The forms of botanical medica include: Formulas made with solvent extraction other than just water which by itself makes a remedy knows as an infusions or decoctions.

Tinctures may have as solvents, alcohol, water, vinegar and glycerin in any variation or combination. Remedies utilizing glycerin as solvent are known as glycerides. All of the above remedies are considered to be botanical.

Another class of remedies are those made from the oils of plant material in any form. Oils are marketed in various dilutions from essential oils having the highest purity to fragrance oils that have been diluted 1:10 with carrier oil.

The above remedies are considered to be botanicals.

Bach Flower remedies are a third class of botanical medicine and represent an established group of therapeutic compounds made from flowers quite well established as to effectiveness over the last 50 years. In addition, other groups of remedies not part of the Bach Materia Medica shall also be considered Botanical's for the purpose of this document.

Flower remedies within this school are considered to be botanicals. For the sake of clarity, plant materials that are made into remedies are as follows:

Bark Including: Stem, Bark, Root Bark, Inner Bark, Bulbs, Corms, Exudates / Resins, Fecula, Flowers, Fruit, Herb: The aerial parts of the plant, Juice of the plant, Leaves, Rhizomes, Seeds, Spores, Tubers, Wood Chips. The above mentioned raw materials may be: Fresh, Fresh Dried, Dried, and in any of these states of freshness or dryness shall be considered botanicals.

Notwithstanding the above mentioned medical forms, programs within QVIUS International College of Botanical Medica are specifically designed to place all the knowledge and skills one currently has into a model of healing, based upon a fundamental understanding of the Dynamic philosophy of Vitaslistic Science.

Upon completion the student is able to comfortably integrate and apply the Laws of Botanical Healing into an already existing practice or competently initiate a practice of Dynamic Botanical Medica.

The course in classical Homeopathy is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the Art, Science, and Philosophy of Classical Homeopathy, and augment current knowledge and skills one may already possess. Modalities and other techniques are integrated to allow for the complete and comprehensive integration of Dynamic Integral Medica.

Course Objective

This course is designed to accommodate desiring individuals, seeking a deeper understanding of the practical application of Botanical Medica as it applies to the principles and philosophy of Vitalistic Science.

The goal is to enhance one's current level of understanding and appreciation for the Dynamic approach to healing according sound botanical medical principles, while continuing to build upon one's already existing skills.

This program is a must for the serious practitioner of Natural Medica & Functional Healing Programs dedicated to the introduction of the Botanical Medica are offered as Continuing Education programs in Los Angeles, California, Nampa, Idaho, and in Fort Lauterdale, Tampa and Orlando, Florida.

This course is designed to accommodate desiring individuals, seeking a deeper understanding of the practical application of Botanical Medica as it applies to the principles and philosophy of Vitalistic Science.

All QVIUS programs are designed to integrate and flow into each other which then culminates collectively into a professional degree in Dynamitic Integral Medica, D,I,.M,, professional credential (D..M.) or professional certificate as a Practitioner of Natural Medica P.N.M.