Medicinal Herb Day Workshop

Summary information

Learn how to use plants and herbal remedies to improve your health and wellbeing on this highly practical one day course in the Hampshire South Downs. Spend a day with professional herbalist, Sarah Hillyer, learning how to identify and use medicinal herbs growing in our gardens and the wider countryside to detoxify and revitalise the body.

You will discover how to use all your senses to forage for and identify plants around The Sustainability Centre and learn how to dry herbs to make teas, make your own alcohol and glycerol-based tinctures, infused oils and salves. Sarah will also teach you knowledge of the body’s anatomy and physiology. You will be provided with herbal monographs about the herbs you explore as well as a comprehensive booklist. We will make a nettle and herb soup for lunch. At the end of the day you will have the beginnings of your own medicine chest to share with family and friends and a deepened pool of resources and resilience to face life’s challenges.
Ability to identify and dry a range of medicinal herbs, flowers, and leaves.
Have knowledge of the various properties of medicinal herbs.
Experience of making tinctures, infused oils and salves to start your own medicine chest.
You will take home recipe sheets and herb monographs.
Your very own herbal tinctures, oils and salves from the herbs you have gathered.
Beginners and anyone wishing to improve their knowledge of herbal medicine.

Booking and further information
Telephone number: 
01730 823166
Contact address: 
The Sustainability Centre Droxford Road, East Meon Petersfield, Hampshire GU32 1HR
Contact name: 
Polly Whyte
Dates and times
More dates and times information: 
10:00 - 16:00
2 April 2022
3 June 2020
Venue information
The Sustainability Centre
Droxford Road
East Meon
GU32 1HR
United Kingdom

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