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Endeavour College is the leader in natural health education, producing the experts that keep the world well. We’re the best at it because it’s all we do.

When you invest in one of our degrees, we also invest in you. In our small classes, you get specialised attention and support, plus the benefit of real clinical experience. At Endeavour you’ll find a community of caring and curious people, an exciting new career in a thriving industry and, more importantly, you’ll find your purpose.

Grow your natural health career with Endeavour.

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Herb packet planting instructions

  1. Cut along the line to open, remove seed packet and sprinkle evenly over soil surface.
  2. Keep soil moist with approximately 30-40ml of water daily until germination (7-14 days).
  3. Herbs can grow right in the bag, a pot or your garden. Ensure plenty of sunlight, love and attention.

Herb facts

Here are just a few facts about the herbs you may have received.

Thyme

Ideal for cooking, as a tea or in an essential oil, thyme may provide a positive effect on mood, help with digestive and heart health and act as a natural sore throat remedy.

Oregano

A staple in cuisines around the world, oregano is rich in antioxidants and may decrease inflammation and may reduce viral infections. It’s easy to add to your diet and tastes great too.

Sage

Sage has been valued over the centuries for its culinary and healing properties. Extracts or essential oils may be used to improve memory, attention function, mood and cognitive performance.

Red Basil

Basil is a nutrient powerhouse, containing the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin, as well as Provitamin A, iron, potassium and magnesium. Nutritionists use basil medicinally for its anti-inflammatory healing properties. It’s also a tasty addition to Italian and Thai cuisine.

Flat Leaf Parsley

Rich in antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibre, parsley has a diuretic effect and its leaves, stems and roots have antiseptic properties. The chlorophyll and essential oils in parsley freshen the breath and are thought to have an antibacterial effect.

Rosemary

Rosemary oil applied to the skin may be used to treat muscle pain, arthritis or to improve circulation. Traditionally, rosemary has also been used to relieve muscle pain and spasm.

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You can commence your study at Endeavour College online. With a robust and easy to use online learning management system and a convenient LMS app, you can take your study with you, no matter where you are. Learn more about studying online here.


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