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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...

HerbFeast 2017

HerbFeast 2017 is now SOLD OUT. There is a waiting list available in case of cancellations. For more information please visit www.herbfeast.com

Germany Lifts Ban on Kava

Kava, the rhizome and roots of Piper methysticum, are one of the most important social pillars of Melanesian societies. They have been used for more than 1000 years in social gatherings for the preparation of beverages with relaxing effects. During the colonial...

Keith Robertson – Aug 20-21st, Carlingford, Co Louth

Keith Robertson, founder of the internationally renowned Scottish School of Herbal Medicine, returns to Ireland by popular demand this August. The Scottish School were the first to create an MSc programme for herbal medicine in the world! Keith is considered a...

Switzerland Makes Herbal Medicine Legal!

Could this be the beginning of a sea change? Are the Irish government taking note? Mar 29, 2016 - 19:26 The ministry decided to give the five therapies the benefit of the doubt (Keystone) The interior ministry has announced plans to give five complementary therapies...

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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We are very excited that tomorrow BBC Radio Ulster Gardeners’ Corner will be covering our St.Anne’s Physic Garden! The crew will be in Dublin interviewing representatives from the DCC and the Irish Register of Herbalists project manager and herbalist John Maher. John is the backbone to a lovely and devoted team of volunteers, consisting of garden lovers, herbal medicine students and professional herbalists, who care for the garden full of medicinal plants all year long! ... See MoreSee Less

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