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Course 2 – Healing With The Eight Elements

Creedons Hotel, Inchigeelagh, Macroom 23 - 27 July 2018 The aim of this course is to build upon the foundation laid by the first course by deepening the students understanding of the system with the more subtle energies of the eight essences as well as how to utilize...

The Eight Elements of All Things Course 1

Course 1 – The Eight Elements Of All Things 14 - 15 July 2018 The aim of this course is to teach the students how to identify and use the ancient system of Eight Elements within plants, as well as how that relates to them, people around them, and the nature we all...

The Role of Fungi in the Human Biome

Update: We are delighted to say that we have nearly reached capacity for the talk. Should you wish to check availability or be added to a waiting list please contact: irh@irh.ie    “The Role of Fungi in the Human Biome”  Talk and Foraging Walk with...

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

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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MaryAnne Gosling 04 Lovage Co. Louth
Now that the cuttings have settled into their new homes and the "original" leaves have been removed, new growth is increasing at a faster rate.
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Vilma 04, Peony (Paeonia officinalis), co.Wicklow. Peony's blood network ... See MoreSee Less

Vilma 04, Peony (Paeonia officinalis), co.Wicklow. Peonys blood network

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Lady's Mantle/ Alchemilla vulgaris.
Co. Clare
Pure Alchemy
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Jacquie Burgess 04 Crataegus monogyna/Hawthorn Co Carlow.
The first flowers are emerging despite several violent storms with large hailstones. It’s definitely warmer though, and sunny between downpours! The flowers are strongly scented in the sun. This species of hawthorn has a single pistil consisting of a bulbous, light green stigma, (the female pollen accepting organ)- visible at the centre of the flower - supported by a similarly coloured style. At this early stage the male anthers have distinctive red/pink slightly U shaped “anther caps” which quickly give way to smaller brown tips covered with pollen.
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One of my favorite friends Jacquie. 😍😍😍

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John 03. Gorey, Co. WexFord. Goldenseal. Flower
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