Herbal medicine

Apothecary Forager

Have you ever wanted to make your own herbal medicine? Book a sensory medicine workshop with the Apothecary Forager, AKA Ruth Weaver, and learn how to identify medicinal plants and prepare a specific medicine. This 2-hour workshop is held at the Newlyn Fermentary. Follow Ruth on Instagram for the latest workshop dates.

Cost: 
  • Paid

Accessibility

  • Learning
  • Mobility
  • Sensory
  • Vision
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Eco Top Tip

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