Introduction to Herbalism and Plant Medicine Workshop
10:00am — 4:00pm
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10:00am — 4:00pm
Spend a wonderful day at One Garden Brighton, home of our Stanmer Campus, and learn from our expert Plumpton College Horticulture tutors, to learn new skills on using plants in a different way.
Explore the benefits of traditional natural remedies and herbs and how they support our health so you can add them to your everyday medicine cabinet. You will also explore herbs suitable to plant in your garden, window box and allotment to get the most out of your space and ensure you always have the right herbs to hand. You will also receive a goodie bag of seeds to get you started on your journey connecting back with nature and using its gifts to heal.
During the day, you will go foraging for plants, being guided in the correct method of harvesting and storage. A tea tasting session will be followed by a tincture-making and oil-infusing session, which you will take home with you. You do not need to bring any materials, only yourself.
Julia Behrens, a Medicinal Herbalist, has been practicing and teaching medicinal herbalism for over 20 years. As a published author, she also advises GPs and patients on harnessing nature's science for their health. Julia feels strongly that the environment has an enormous impact on your health and looks forward to sharing information about the medicinal properties of plants from the sea and land to promote natural ways of living.
Julia makes many of her herbal preparations and uses herbs from organic, sustainable, and traceable sources as far as possible.
A day workshop to enjoy with friends and family or meet likeminded people.
Our Stanmer Campus is the home of One Garden Brighton. You will be working from our specially designed teaching and workshop spaces nestled within the newly reinvented Stanmer walled garden.