Can free plant medicine transform our healthcare system?
Herbologist Maya Thomas heads into the community with Mobile Apothecary, a roaming project sharing herbs with those in need.
The Association of Master Herbalists was founded in 1995. The Association has from the beginning had a strong affinity to the North American eclectic school, notably Dr John R Christopher who was the founder of the School of Natural Healing in 1953. The school continues to this day to run it’s traditional Master Herbalist training based on the work of Dr Christopher.
A useful set of online courses for learning herbalism, including a free course.
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A social enterprise specialising in creative events which explore the beneficial uses of herbs. Hackney Herbal run a variety of herb-related activities in Hackney promoting mental health and wellbeing within the local community.
Herbalists, growers, community organizations and plant-loving people of all kinds are increasingly joining together to develop mobile apothecary projects to bring free herbal medicine — a holistic approach which has been a part of every culture in the world for as long as humans have been around — to people for whom this type of healthcare (or any healthcare) remains inaccessible.