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New Courses for 2013 Herbs and Herbalism

Pishwanton Wood Contact No. 01620 810931

For further information please contact: The Administrator, The Life Science Trust, Quince Cottage, 4 Baxtersyke, Gifford, East Lothian, EH41 4PL, Scotland. Tel/Fax: + 44 (0)1620 810 259 Email: admin@pishwanton.com Website: www.pishwanton.org A member of the Camphill Association

The Life Science Trust is a Registered Scottish Charity SC020705

PISHWANTON

COMMUNITY WOOD

LONGYESTER, GIFFORD.


Looking at plants using the Goethean Scientific Methodology can give one an insight into their “meaning”, their role in the landscape and their healing properties within human beings and animals. At the same time the study will help to develop perceptive faculties within the student of nature. In these courses we will be exploring the living relationship between plants and people in Pishwanton’s landscape, find healing properties of the plants and learn how to process them to create simple medicines.

Learning the Language of Plants

Herbs for Health & Happiness

11 - 14th July Matthew Wood and Margaret Colquhoun will lead people interested in herbs as healers on an exploratory journey of how to read the language of the plant kingdom from several different perspectives

27 - 29th Sept

Matthew

Wood

7 - 9th June

M.Sc. Scottish School of Herbal Medicine 2006. Registered Herbalist (American Herbalists Guild), has been a practicing herbalist for over twenty five years. He is an internationally known author and lecturer on the subject. Author of The Book of Herbal Wisdom (1997) and The Practice of Traditional Western Herbalism (2005). He lives and works in Minnesota.

Goethean Science for herbal practitioners and other healers

Harvesting & Processing Herbs from the

An opportunity to enter personally in a deep and meaningful way into the healing properties of plants used in herbal practice.

TBC Autumn 2013

Plants as Healers

With Margaret Colquhoun & Keith Robertson a founder of the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine now running as Drimlabarra Herb Farm on Arran.

Courses suitable for people with special needs.

Hedgerows and Forest Costs: £60 (£45 Concessions) per day Includes tuition and all materials See also: (Biodynamic Orchard Management 2324/02 ,BD Compost Making 27-28/04 & 29-30/06, Biodynamics & the Rhythms of Nature 17-18/08 ) (Accommodation and meals available if required.) Contact details on the back for booking and more info.

With Michael Bate (former Head Gardener at Weleda UK) and Margaret Colquhoun (teacher of Goethean Science at Pishwanton. An approach to understanding, growing, harvesting, drying and using herbs the biodynamic way.


Herbs and Herbalism