at Witchampton Village Hall, Nr Wimborne, Dorset. 10am - 4pm Cost: £70.00 per person Summer not only gifts us with longer, sunnier days but our hedgerows, fields, gardens, and green spaces offer up an abundance of wild medicinal flora. During this workshop, you will forage and learn about the herbs of summer, their medicinal uses, and how we can use them daily for our health, wellbeing, and to treat seasonal ailments. You will learn to make herb-infused honey, aromatic sprays and learn the best ways to dry the herbs we find to make a variety of herbal teas: enabling you to fill your teapots throughout the months ahead with the beautiful, free, herbal bounty that you can gather [...]
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at Witchampton Village Hall, Witchampton, Nr Wimborne, Dorset. 10am-4pm Cost: £70.00 per person As new growth appears everywhere, you will be amazed as we explore the remarkable world of wild medicinal herbs that are growing amongst our hedgerows, gardens, and green spaces during spring. Not only are we able to eat a lot of these wild plants, but they also have amazing medicinal/health-giving properties that we can use in preventing and treating our seasonal ailments. During the day we will be out and about learning easy ways to identify a variety of spring herbs, learning all about their medicinal/health-giving properties, and how you can use them to treat your seasonal ailments and enhance your day-to-day health and wellbeing. [...]
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