Discover this great wild medicine, it's very common and is the BEST relief for nettle stings – forget Dock leaves. Plantain is available all year round. Nature Therapist, Lea Kendall shows you the Plantain (Plantago lanceolata), where to find it. and how to use it.
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We're excited to announce our next live online workshop: Wild Medicine. Perfect for anyone who wants to get into hedgerow herbalism, making your own remedies and staying healthy and happy over the winter to come.
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The workshop takes place on Zoom on Thurs 19th Nov from 7pm – 8.30pm.
Special Guest Speakers; Julie Bruton-Seal author of Hedgerow Medicine and Lucinda Walker founder of Whispering Earth.
Tickets are just £11.
Hope to see you there,
Discover how to forage hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) in the hedgerow and what tasty wild foods you can make from it. Haws make a great wild medicine and have many health benefits. Join Lea (and baby Beren) as they show you how to identify and collect this awesome plant.
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Lea and Baby Beren
We hosted an interactive workshop and demonstration of wild food, foraging and outdoor cooking at Newtown Food Festival. The workshop was open to all ages to have a go for themselves. We cooked; hazel choc cakes, popcorn, toffee apple slices, wild teas, damper bread, smoked fish, hedgerow crumble and baked a loaf of bread in a dutch oven. Everyone had a great time. Also, Lea ran several demonstrations of how to make natural remedies from wild plants found around the site, using weeds for medicine.
We loved doing this workshop and we're available for other Food Festivals or events that would like to book our workshop and demo. Please get in touch.
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Thanks to Newtown Food Festival for hosting us the past 2 years, we look forward to seeing you again.
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