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June 2021

Herbs for Everyday Living Short Course

June 2, 2021 - May 31, 2022
College of Naturopathic Medicine,

This short course in herbal medicine is an introduction to western herbal medicine and naturopathic tradition. Students will get an understanding of the most common and powerful everyday herbs to use as medicines and foods, to support the health of the whole family. Study online in your own time, from anywhere in the world. Includes 12 in-depth video lectures, a total of 6o hours of learning. Online course cost - £395

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February 2022

Foraging Course – 5 sessions over 5 months

February 24 @ 10:00 am - June 23 @ 1:00 pm
The Phoenix Community Centre, Phoenix Place
Brighton, BN2 9ND United Kingdom
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Plant connection & practical medicine making. This course is for anyone, whether you are a seasoned gardener or brand new to horticulture. Learning about foraging from a medical herbalist with 20 years experience who uses plants all the time is one of the most rewarding experiences. There are so many plants called weeds that are actually edible; you can pick them, take them back to the kitchen and turn them into food or medicine. From roots to shoots, seaweed to berries; you will find something tasty…

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March 2022

Herb Walks in Cheshire 2022 (monthly dates between March & September)

March 5 - September 10
CW9 6HF, Full address will be provided by the organiser upon booking
Cheshire, Great Budworth CW9 6HF United Kingdom
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Come and join me, Kate Huet (MNIMH) around the lanes and paths surrounding the picturesque village of Great Budworth in Cheshire. Learn about the historical uses, mythology and current medicinal benefits of the plants, trees and bushes that we will discover on our walk. Understand how to forage, where to forage and when not to forage. Return home with a deep appreciation of what is growing at specific times of the year. Understand how to use the herbs seen at home, to improve your health and wellbeing. These…

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April 2022

Introductory Course in Herbal Medicine – local, natural remedies for personal health, lasting vitality and emotional wellbeing

April 28 - September 15

This is a fun and interactive online course with six live sessions, which will help you gain in-depth,  practical knowledge of herbal medicine. The course combines theory with practical advice, and video footage will walk you through the seasons, herbal preparations and much more. You will learn to make your own herbal products, and how herbs can be used to treat common health problems. Dates: Thursday 28th April until Thursday 15th September 10:30 -12 noon (Via monthly live sessions). Full Course Cost: £399 £50 discount for Herb Society members…

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May 2022

Share the magic of herbs with children by training to become a Registered Junior Herbalist Leader

May 16 @ 9:30 am - May 20 @ 5:00 pm
Park View 4 U Eco Pod, Queen Elizabeth II Park View Playing Fields
Park View Road, Lytham, Lancashire FY8 4JE
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If you are a Medical Herbalist, you can train to become a registered Junior Herbalist Leader © The 5-day intensive training course to become a registered Junior Herbalist Leader includes: 5 full days tuition Teaching manual containing structured classes to teach both years one and two, including worksheets and answers, class plans, equipment lists, key facts, Health and Safety Risk Assessments. A USB flash drive containing all printable paperwork including advertising flyers, letters for parents, consent forms, register and enrolment forms etc. Ongoing support A qualification allowing you to…

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June 2022

Herbal Medicine Cultures in Transition

June 15 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Online Webinar

This is an online seminar from the Herbal History Research Network Presentations: Medieval Welsh recipes: interpreting the plant names of the past Dr Diana Luft Plants in peacetime: European herbaceous and natural borders Julian Barker FLS, FNIMH Medieval Irish medical glossaries: bridging the gap between past and present Dr Siobhán Barrett Time Capsule: a fruitful data tool for reconstructing historical trajectories of plant medicines Professor Toine Pieters Round table discussion: how sharing cultural traditions informs our research Julia Nurse, Research Development Specialist, Wellcome Collection Register at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/herbal-medicine-cultures-in-transition-tickets-312231511857…

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