River of Flowers
River of Flowers is a movement to preserve and promote wildflowers in cities. Wildflowers not only promote biodiversity but many are medicinal.
Visit the River Cottage website to sign up to landshare. Landshare connects people who want to grow their own food with landowners.
Interesting Articles and Sources of Information
Introduction to Gemmotherapy
An article found on the New Zealand Association of Master Herbalists. Instead of using parts of the mature plant - such as the roots, leaves and flowers - gemmotherapy uses extracts of buds, young shoots, sprouts, rootlets or inner bark.
The Herb Society
The Herb Society is an internationally-renowned eductional charity dedicated to encouraging the appreciation and use of herbs. Of interest for both professionals and amateurs
One of the oldest and largest herbal information sites on the web
Ethenomedica was established in 1999 to record and research traditional medical British plant lore. If you remember using plants as home cures, or being told that plants were useful for certain conditions, then visit their website or email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To find an Herbalist
Brought to you by the North American Institute of Medical Herbalism. A good site for herbal practitioners. The Medical Herbalism Journal is definitely worth a read
An excellent resource for herbal practitioners. Enables practitioners to keep up to date with new developments in research. Regular abstracts from a wide range of medical and complementary healthcare journals and newsletters.
A quarterly journal with peer-reviewed articles. Its contents include clinical updates, legal/regulatory, market reports and book reviews
Alternative Therapists in Lancaster