You will be able to stay up to date in Applied Phytotherapy in Nursing without neglecting your work responsibilities, thanks to a 100% online university education designed for working professionals" 

The numerous ongoing pieces of research into Phytotherapy have successfully focused their efforts on using new technologies to improve the precession of the products and their efficacy, especially in the approach to patients with pathologies of the respiratory system or with cardiovascular problems.  

In this panorama of scientific progress, information on the benefits of Phytotherapy has generated greater acceptance by the general population, who find it a less aggressive therapy than traditional drugs. A scenario where the up-to-date nursing professional cannot remain on the sidelines, due to the increased use of Phytotherapy as a treatment for pathologies such as asthma, anxiety or even lung cancer. That is why TECH has created this university program, whose main objective is to offer the scientific evidence in this field through an innovative teaching methodology and a specialized teaching team. 

Thus, through multimedia resources such as explanatory videos, diagrams or specialized readings, the nurse will be able to learn more about the application of phytotherapy in conditions affecting the digestive system, the urinary system, dermatological phytotherapy or the most current studies on the active principles of plants, pharmaceutical forms and galenic preparations. Likewise, the case studies presented by the specialized professionals that make up this program will be of great help to you, thanks to their direct application to your usual clinical practice. 

TECH thus provides an excellent opportunity for the nursing professional who wishes to keep up to date with progress in Applied Phytotherapy, through a university education that can be accessed wherever and whenever they wish. In this way, through an electronic device with internet connection, students can access the syllabus hosted on the virtual campus. Moreover, students can distribute the course load according to their needs. 

The effectiveness of Phytotherapy has increased thanks to new technologies. This Professional Master’s Degree shows you the most recent advances in its application in dermatological or cardiovascular conditions" 

This Professional Master’s Degree in Advances in Applied Phytotherapy in Nursing contains the most complete and up-to-date scientific program on the market. Its most notable features are: 

  • Practical case studies are presented by experts in Phytotherapy 
  • The graphic, schematic, and practical contents with which they are created, provide scientific and practical information on the disciplines that are essentialfor professional practice 
  • Practical exercises where self-assessment can be used to improve learning 
  • Its special emphasis on innovative methodologies
  • Theoretical lessons, questions to the expert, debate forums on controversial topics, and individual reflection assignments 
  • Content that is accessible from any fixed or portable device with an Internet connection 

TECH has assembled a relevant teaching team that will bring you the latest knowledge on the use of plant-based drugs in respiratory system conditions" 

The program’s teaching staff includes professionals from the sector who contribute their work experience to this program, as well as renowned specialists from leading societies and prestigious universities.  

The multimedia content, developed with the latest educational technology, will provide the professional with situated and contextual learning, i.e., a simulated environment that will provide immersive knowledge programmed to learn in real situations.  

This program is designed around Problem-Based Learning, whereby the professional must try to solve the different professional practice situations that arise throughout the program. For this purpose, the student will be assisted by an innovative interactive video system created by renowned and experienced experts.

From your computer or tablet, you can access, 24 hours a day, the most comprehensive content on phytotherapy in pediatrics, pregnancy and lactation"

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Over just 12 months, you will get to know the latest studies focused on the use of phytotherapy in patients with diseases such as lung cancer"


Over 12 months, the professional who studies this program will obtain the most recent information on the scientific evidence on the application of phytotherapy in certain pathologies. To this end, students will be provided with multimedia teaching material that will lead them to deepen in the advances on the active principles of medicinal plants, the approach by means of phytotherapeutic products in patients with asthma, artistris or urinary infections. In addition, it will have the Relearning system, which allows to reduce the long hours of study, so frequent in other teaching methodologies.

A 100% online program that offers you, through the most innovative multimedia content, the latest scientific postulates on active ingredients and pharmaceutical forms" 

Module 1. Phytotherapy and Herbal Medicines

1.1.  Phytotherapy: Definition and Scope of Application 
1.2.  Botanical Nomenclature and the Citation of Species in Phytotherapy 
1.3.  Current Classification of Plant Groups 
1.4.  Regulation of the European Market for Medicinal Herbal Preparations: Legal Regulations and Scope of Application 
1.5.  Cultivation, Collection, Processing and Preservation of Medicinal Plants 
1.6.  Plant-Based Drugs: Impact of Drug Recognition on the Quality of Phytotherapeutic Products 
1.7.  Mushrooms with Medicinal Utility 

Module 2. Active Ingredients of the Plants, Pharmaceutical Forms and Galenic Preparations

2.1.  Active Ingredients: Main Groups and Properties, as a Basis that Justifies the useof Phytotherapy 
2.2.  Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, and Sulfocyanogenetic Heterosides and their Therapeutic Application 
2.3.  Simple Phenols, Coumarins and Lignans and their Therapeutic Application 
2.4.  Flavonoids and their Therapeutic Application 
2.5.  Tannins and Quinones, and their Application 
2.6.  Isoprenoids, Saponins and Cardiotonic Heterosides and their Application 
2.7.  Resins and their Application 
2.8.  Alkaloids and their Application 
2.9.  Magistral Formulation in Phytotherapy 
2.10.  Other Pharmaceutical Forms in Phytotherapy 
2.11.  Industrial Processing of Herbal Medicines 

Module 3. Toxicity of Medicinal Plants and Risk Groups in Phytotherapy

3.1.  Medicinal Plants Toxicity 
3.2.  Safety and Interactions of Medicinal Plants 
3.3. Phytotherapy in Pediatrics 
3.4. Phytotherapy in Pregnancy and Lactation 
3.5. Phytotherapy in Geriatrics 

Module 4. Phytotherapy for Nervous System Disorders

4.1.  Define the Use of Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Anxiety and Sleep Disorders 
4.2.  Define the Usefulness of Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Stress and Asthenia 
4.3.  Define the Usefulness of Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Depression 
4.4.  Define the Usefulness of Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Coughs 
4.5.  Define the Usefulness of Phytotherapy in Patients with Cognitive Disorders 

Module 5. Phytotherapy for Endocrine, Metabolic and Digestive System Disorders

5.1.  Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Obesity and Overweight People 
5.2.  Medicinal Plants that Stimulate Appetite 
5.3.  Phytotherapy and Diabetes 
5.4.  Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Dyspepsia 
5.5.  Phytotherapy for the Treatment of Flatulence. Carminative Medicinal Plants 
5.6.  Phytotherapy for the Treatment of Gastritis and Ulcers 
5.7.  Phytotherapy for Hepatic Affections and Biliary Dysfunctions 
5.8.  Phytotherapy for the Treatment of Diarrhea 
5.9.  Phytotherapy for the Treatment of Constipation 
5.10. Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Vomiting 
5.11.  Phytotherapy in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease 

Module 6. Phytotherapy for Disorders of the Locomotor System

6.1.  Phytotherapy in Arthritis 
6.2.  Phytotherapy in Arthrosis 
6.3.  Phytotherapy for Joint Pain: Anti-Inflammatory and Analgesic 
6.4.  Medicinal Plants Muscle Relaxants for the Treatment of Muscle Contractions 
6.5.  Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Rheumatism 
6.6.  Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Gout: Uricosuric Plants 
6.7.  Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Sarcopenia 
6.8.  Remineralizing Medicinal Plants 

Module 7. Phytotherapy for Cardiovascular and Respiratory Diseases

7.1.  Utility of Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Heart Failure 
7.2.  Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Arterial Hypertension 
7.3.  Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Hyperlipidemia Involved in Cardiovascular Diseases 
7.4.  Phytotherapy in Venous Insufficiency Disorders 
7.5.  Phytotherapy in Respiratory Infections 
7.6.  Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Coughs 
7.7.  Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Allergic Respiratory Processes 
7.8.  Treatment of Asthma with Active Ingredients Derived from Plants. Antispasmodics 
7.9.  Phytotherapy and Herbal Active Ingredients in the Treatment of Lung Cancer 

Module 8. Phytotherapy for Gynecological and Urinary System Affections

8.1.  Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Urinary Tract Infections 
8.2.  Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Water Retention 
8.3.  Phytotherapy in the Treatment of Urolithiasis 
8.4.  Phytotherapy in Patients with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia 
8.5.  Phytotherapy in Women with Premenstrual Syndrome 
8.6.  Phytotherapy for the Treatment of Climacteric Symptomatology 
8.7.  Phytotherapy for the Treatment of Vaginal Discharge Disorders 

Module 9. Dermatological Phytotherapy

9.1.  Phytotherapy for Infectious Skin Diseases 
9.2.  Phytotherapy for Allergic Skin Diseases 
9.3.  Cosmetics and Phytotherapy 
9.4.  Phytotherapy for Autoimmune Skin Diseases: Vitiligo and Psoriasis 
9.5.  Phytotherapy for Scalp Disorders

Module 10. Others Phytotherapy Treatments: Other Applications of Phytotherapy: Immunomodulatory Phytotherapy, Phytotherapy for Pathologies of the Sensory Organs, Phytotherapy for Parasitic Diseases and Aromatherapy

10.1.  Aromatherapy 
10.2.  Uses and Limitations of Aromatherapy 
10.3.  Immunostimulant Plants 
10.4.  Immunosuppressive Plants 
10.5.  Phytotherapy for the Most Frequent Conditions of the Anterior Part of the Eye 
10.6.  Phytotherapy in Otological Affections 
10.7.  Vermifuge Medicinal Plants 
10.8.  Phytotherapy for the Treatment of Other Parasitic Infections  

Learn about the advances in phytotherapy for parasitic diseases and otological conditions"