Foraging for and making wild medicine.


24th March – fully booked (names can be added to a waiting list)

16th June

13th October

This event costs £45 per person for the day and is suitable for adults aged 16 and over.
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Discover the amazing world of wild herbal medicine and learn to make your own. Take an in-depth look at the wild herbs growing all around the breath-taking grounds of Sharpham Estate and their fascinating uses.

Explore wild plants that can help with your nervous system, digestion and immunity by taking a medicinal foraging walk through woodland, meadow, orchard and river. Learn how to turn these plants into potent medicines for your personal medicine bag or cabinet, and discover easy ways to include wild seasonal nourishers, strengtheners and cleansers into your diet for a healthier you.

This hands-on day course allows you time to connect with the land, harvest wild herbs and make simple medicines to take home with knowledge about the plants around you.

You will learn to make one or a combination of immune syrups, salves, herbal vinegars and glycerites / tinctures.

On the course you will learn:

             How to use herbs safely

•             How to forage and gather respectfully and safely

•             How to make remedies from foraged herbs

•             The physical, emotional and spiritual uses of the herb

•             The folklore of the herb

•             Get a deep connection to plants

•             How to use sight, touch, smell and taste to get an idea of what each plant can do

•             How to introduce wild herbs into your life in easy and accessible ways.

This day is for you if you are:

•             Keen to explore the world of wild medicine

•             Interested in learning more about the natural world

•             Wanting to understand more about your health and wellbeing

•             Enthusiastic about plants and natural remedies


Group Size- 16

Who is the day for- 16+

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