BotanoLogos School

of Herbal Studies

Georgia's Premier School of Herbal Studies for Twenty-Three Years!

Expand your clinical skills! 

Join Us

for a Series of Weekend Seminars

with Mimi Hernandez

All seminars from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

in Clayton, Georgia


“Mimi combines intellectual rigor with a grounded,, yet humorous, delivery that is as engaging as it is informative.”  Sarah Provenzali

“Mimi’s classes are full of material that combines biochemical and ethnobotanical information with her uniquely innovative and intuitive way of understanding, and using plant medicine.”  Ellen Mary


September 9 & 10 - Cardiovascular Health: Arterial and Venous Support
This seminar focuses on the role of the heart, vascular system and liver in healthy blood flow. We’ll begin by traveling through the arteries as we explore the etiology of atherosclerosis and its effect on hearth health. Tracing the development of arterial plaque back to its initial lesions, you’ll learn to apply your knowledge of herbal medicine to prevent heart disease.

Finally, we’ll look at other common cardiovascular symptoms – weak blood vessels, increased capillary permeability – that contribute to swollen limbs, varicosities, hemorrhoids, and other venous insufficiencies. We’ll explore how blood congestion in the heart and liver manifests in hepatic portal stagnation to affect the efficient flow of blood movement through the veins. Together we’ll explore the ways that herbs, nutrition and lifestyle changes can remedy these conditions.

Tuition: $275. A deposit of $50 holds your place. 


October 28 & 29, 2017 - Walking Through an Intake and Creating an Herb         Clinic Binder
Mimi Hernandez is joined by Patricia Kyritsi Howell for this seminar.

Learn the ins and outs of doing a thorough herbal intake session as Mimi and Patricia share their tips for mastering this process. From your first contact with a client through creating a treatment protocol, this seminar provides you with clinical pearls of wisdom needed to conduct an intake with confidence.

The second part of this weekend introduces you to a valuable method for preparing and organizing your consultation files. Learn about the many essential forms, quick references and clinical observation tools that provide the basic components of a simple clinical binder. Also covered: pre- and post-consultation paperwork, quick herbal reference pages, herb-drug interaction tables and other personalized materials are also covered.

The information presented this weekend seminar is invaluable for anyone beginning an herbal practice whether it is with family, friends or the general public. We’ll also allow plenty of time for your questions.

Tuition: $275. A deposit of $50 holds your place. 


Mimi Hernandez, MS, RH (AHG), draws upon her rich ethnic background and the influence of her Granny Healers to inspire her work as a clinical herbalist, educator and ethnobotanist. She believes strongly that keeping plant wisdom alive is essential and has dedicated her life's work to serving as an advocate for both traditional and professional herbal pathways while building cultural bridges of understanding.

Mimi is the Executive Director of the American Herbalists Guild and formerly served as the Director of the Appalachian Center for Ethnobotanical Studies at Frostburg State University in Maryland.