Herbal Remedies: Warm Welcome

Workshops For Wellness

26 January 2024 - 16 February 2024

Book this block of four workshops and create seasonal remedies to support good health through the winter months.

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Herbalist Natalie Morris will be working with locally sourced fresh herbs and dry herbs.

Join her workshops to make ointments, cough syrups, balms and liniments to help keep Winter ailments at bay.

All herbs and other ingredients are provided. Natalie will give step by step instructions to make this range of remedies. No previous experience needed.

Natalie Morris is a Medical Herbalist and Counsellor living in Mid Wales.

Fridays 26th January, 2nd, 9th and 16th February

10.30 – 1pm

The four upcoming workshops will focus on winter seasonal health.

In the first one we will be making a ‘Fire Cider’ for fighting off colds, warding off winter chills and soothing tired and aching muscles. We will be using fresh herbs such as Horseradish, garlic & ginger. We will also be making a ‘Cold Season Tea’ (Elderflowers, Yarrow & Peppermint) for colds & Flu.

In the second one we will be making a multipurpose expectorant cough mixture for dry, tickly and congested coughs. We will be using fresh native herbs such as Elecampane, Wild cherry & Thyme.

In the third one we will be making a Marigold Lip Balm for dry, chapped lips and hands. This also doubles up as a skin-healing balm for cuts, bites, spots & rashes. We will also be making a fresh Sage tincture as a gargle for sore throats.

In the fourth one we will be making a delicious anti-viral, Elderberry Flu-Buster for the treatment of seasonal flu & colds with added Echinacea to boost the immune system.

About Natalie Morris

I’m a practicing Welsh/Shropshire border Medical Herbalist. I trained with the College of Phytotherapy for 5 years qualifying with a Bsc Phytotherapy. I am a member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists. I have been in clinical practice for 16 years treating people for typical medical problems with herbal medicine.

I am passionate about herbs and education about herbal medicine. I grow many herbs in my garden but also forage herbs in the wild and make medicines for my clinics. Leading herb walks, giving herb talks and teaching workshops is also a big part of my work. I run workshops seasonally showing people what herbs to use for what ailments at certain times of the year. This empowers people to connect with nature and look after their own health more. It also keeps the tradition alive.

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