Season’s greetings

Wishing you a restful and restorative festive season from all at the Irish Register of Herbalists

National Herb Week 22nd to 28th of May 2022

National Herb Week is an annual event in Ireland celebrating herbs and herbal medicine. There will be a series of public events facilitated by qualified herbalists. For more information visit the National Herb Week Facebook page and the IRH Facebook page.

HerbFeast 2022

The 10th Anniversary annual HerbFeast 2022 will be held in Boghill, Co. Clare from the 20th-22nd of May 2022. Herbfeast is a celebration of Herbal Medicine, herbalists and herbs in Ireland for professional herbalists and Herbal Medicine students.

The Herb Patch Project 2022

The Herb Patch Project 2022 will be delivered to Primary schools around Ireland next week.The Herb Patch Project provides Primary schools with sensory gardens, bringing the classroom outside and allows children to plant, learn and have fun

IRH AGM 2021

The IRH AGM 2021 will take place on Saturday, November 27th on Zoom. IRH members have the opportunity to attend talks given by Sebastian Pole and Dr. Malcolm McKendrick prior to the IRH AGM. Talks commence at 1.30pm. Sebastian...

St. Anne's Physic Garden

Find out about the beautiful St. Anne’s Physic garden in Dublin.

National Herb Week

National Herb Week is an annual event in Ireland celebrating herbs and herbal medicine.


Herbfeast is the annual convention for herbalits across Ireland as the Community of Irish Herbalists.

Herb Patch Project

This project provides primary schools with Sensory Herb Gardens, bringing the classroom outdoors and allowing children to plant, learn and have fun!

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This might be of interest for those of you creating herbal businesses.Early on in my plant path I realized that if I truly wanted to make it as an herbalist I needed to be successful at marketing. Over the past decade I’ve spent tens of thousands of dollars and countless hours learning from some of the best online marketers of our time.

As a result I’ve gone from living in a cabin with no running water, making below the poverty line, to now living in my dream house with a team of 9 people who help my herbal business to flourish.

In my new class, Bloom, I am distilling all that I’ve learned into a simple and easy-to-follow format to help you get started on your successful herbal path.

Here’s what I’ll be sharing:
▪️ Who is your ideal customer and how to find them.
▪️ The most important thing to focus on before you dive into strategies like social media or a website (and how to fix this if you’ve missed this along the way).
▪️ How to make your offerings an easy “YES” to prospective customers.
▪️ How to figure out what’s your main driver of clients/students/sales.
▪️ How to focus on getting results that matter and avoid marketing overwhelm with the try-to-do-it-all mentality.
▪️ The benefits plus hidden costs of SEO* and social media. (*search engine optimization)
▪️ How to create regenerative marketing to find new clients/customers/students without getting burnt out.

For only a few more days I’m offering this class at 50% off the regular price. Click the following link to get all the details:
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This might be of interest for those of you creating herbal businesses.


With great pleasure, the Herbal Alliance is sharing the third issue of THE HERBAL EYE JOURNAL on this auspicious occasion of the Spring Equinox. The Herbal Alliance’s aim to connect Practicing Herbalists throughout the UK & Ireland has branched out its roots and has sown a sapling that has now grown into this collaborative journal. We hope you enjoy this issue that focuses on how we can collaborate, as a community of Herbalists, to champion Nature, its many gifts and the beautiful intelligence that we are all a part of.

To download your issue, visit

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