Herbal First Aid Online

7.30-9pm (GMT) – Thursday 7th July
Speaking of apocalyptic survival skills!


Herbal first aid is something that could be taught as part of school life.

It is surprising how few people take a first aid kit out into the wilds with them, let alone have the knowledge to treat injury, accident or incident with herbs that grow around.

There are often medicines to be found right then and there but there are also a range of important preparations that can be kept at hand in a first aid box.

Have you ever wondered about home remedies for simple maladies?  What can I use and when?

Have you ever gone to the doctors and been told to ride it out at home?

Have you ever wanted to know more about herbs but not known where to start?

This is a great workshop for learning some simple preparations and ideas about herbs for first aid situations.  That is treating everyday situations with herbs.

We will cover some of the pitfalls and and problems you may face with herbal first aid, some useful remedies that cover many bases and the fundamentals of safe home herbalism.
Creating your very home herbal first aid kit with a few natural remedies assembled and equipped in case of minor first aid events that come along can be relatively simple and inexpensive.  Plant medicine is extremely useful and the more you know and the better prepared you are, the quicker you’ll be able to respond when needed.

We will look at various different situations and what you can use safely and effectively.

There are plenty of things that you can treat at home though.

By collecting and drawing on plants for healing, and storing some handy remedies in your kitchen we are connecting ourselves to the wisdom of our ancestors who relied on herbal medicine. It is extremely empowering to know we can take care of ourselves with simple homemade treatments using plants.
There is time for Q and A for any burning questions you might have about this extremely useful topic.

You will be sent a welcome email containing the zoom link before the workshop starts!

The Sensory Herbal Handbook – Paperback

A unique mix of knowledge and wisdom, respect and irreverence. This book contains a wealth of wisdom and will be a great companion to us all in our tentative explorations into these otherly realms…this book will guide us on this important journey of reconnection.


Drops of Courage (30ml)

Strength to move through

Contains: dandelion root for tenacity, daisy for innocence, borage to transcend


Reishi Organic (60 Capsules)

Together with high levels of polysaccharides, Reishi contains over 100 triterpenoid compounds (ganoderic and lucidenic acids) which are responsible for many of its unique properties. Although Reishi is traditionally made into a tea (hot-water extract) these triterpenes are poorly water soluble but highly soluble in ethanol (alcohol).

MycoNutri Reishi therefore combines concentrated hot-water (polysaccharide-rich) and ethanolic (triterpene-rich) extracts of log-grown (Duan Wood) Ganoderma lucidum and is standardised to contain 30% polysaccharides and 3% triterpenes in order to deliver the full benefit of this most revered of mushrooms.


Reactivi Tea (Approx 25g)

The herbal tea is designed to help calm, cool, and contains herbs that are antihistaminic, relaxing/soothing & nervine.

Examples of herbs: chamomile, elderflowers, lemon balm, nettle, ground ivy, lime flowers.