Below is a list of speakers who can talk to your group on herb related topics. Click on the name for more details.
Herbs and nutrition for cancer support
I am Medical Herbalist with a Bachelor of Science degree in Herbal
Medicine from Middlesex University. I have studied herb-drug interactions,
anatomy and physiology, clinical science and diagnostic skills and have 15
years experience of using plant medicines to treat a variety of
conditions. My areas of expertise are migraine, stress related conditions
including anxiety, insomnia, depression and also high blood pressure. I am
a qualified Aromatherapy Practitioner and a Horticulturalist and write a
gardening column for a newspaper.
I have given talks at the WI, Southwark Circle and various community
organisations plus housing charities. The various topics for my talks
2. Edible flowers
3. Using herbs safely
4. Herbs in poetry
I love introducing people to wild medicines they can use for themselves and self-care with herbs and other of Nature's medicines. Topics I have covered are: Wild medicine chest, Seasonal ailments, Kitchen medicines, Love your weeds, Hedgerow herbals.........and many more. I am happy to discuss options, ideas and am open to suggestions.
Background: I give talks regularly as I am on the Herts WI Speaker's list and also speak for gardening societies, Dacorum National Trust, Box Moor Trust and Rotary Clubs. I have an absolute passion for what I do and thoroughly enjoy talking about my topic. I find talks to be a great opportunity to spread the word about Herbal Medicine and to bring ideas to those who are new to the subject.
About me: I have the best job in the world as a herbalist! I use this wonderful skill in my roles at Middlesex University on the courses for the herbal medicine degrees both lecturing and in the training clinic as a dispenser and at home in my clinic room for consultations with patients in Hemel Hempstead.
Find me at: facebook.com/HertsHerbalist, @lucy_blunden for Twitter
Enjoys public speaking, running workshops and herb walks
Offers talks: (1) Art of Healing with Herbs (2) Herbal First Aid (3) Stress & Herbs
Maggie has a practice in Bridgwater with its own herb garden, where she sees patients and runs workshops.
She is also a tutor at the School of Herbal Medicine in Bridgwater which trains people to become professional Medical Herbalists.
Maggie can provide a range of talks from the treatment of any specific disease process from RA to diabetes 2, plus winter ills, insomnia etc. She can also talk about what a Medical Herbalist does - where they get their medicines from, how they treat people etc., along with more practical sessions for smaller groups - making ointments and poultices and so on.
MURHP Naturopath and Medical Herbalist. Willing to travel up to 20 miles.
Frances has been a medical herbalist for 7 years and is passionate about native British plants. Examples of her talks include Medicinal Plants in Wartime and the Healing Power of Flowers. Talks usually last for 45 – 60 minutes presented with or without a PowerPoint presentation depending on what suits your audience best.
Provided it is not more than an hour or so by train
Does many talks and workshops
Sue is past Chair of the Herb Society, past Curator at Chelsea Physic Garden and past Horticultural Director of the Eden Project where she developed their Crops for Health display.
She delivers Powerpoint presentations on 'The Healing Garden' (covers pharmaceutical and herbal plants and the conservation issues about them); also on Alicia Amherst who wrote the first history of gardening -which touches on herbs as she was a Council member at Chelsea Physic for 40 years.
She required a digital projector to be provided. She provides her own laptop computer.
Sue can also deliver talks with slides: 'Thinking with your Nose' (on the art of perfumery) and 'Which Doctor?' (which covers enthobotany and pharmacology). For these Sue will provide her own slide projector.
Talks are charged at £100, plus travel costs if applicable.
Anna has 15 years’ experience working as a medical herbalist. She can deliver a general or a specific talk (e.g. focusing on particular group of herbs or ailments, what to grow in your garden to have an herbal apothecary at hand, etc.). Uses power point, but it is not essential.
Anne Stobart is a longstanding member of the Herb Society and is a trained medical herbalist. She taught professional herbal medicine at Middlesex University in London until 2010. Anne has particular research interest in the history of domestic and herbal medicine and has published several books with Bloomsbury Academic. She is cofounder of the Holt Wood Herbs project in Devon which seeks to develop sustainable cultivation and harvest of medicinal trees and shrubs.
Variety of talks and walks, from slideshows to making own medicine, plants of Shakespeare, plant walks, etc.
As a Herbal practitioner Su has been giving talks and holding workshops for over 15 years covering a variety of topics.Su will tailor her talk to your requirements and covers topics such as:
Su also deliver practical sessions including 'Making Herbal Remedies'. Su uses power point presentations.
NIMH Medical Herbalist
Happy to talk about most health related topics and relate to herbs and nutritional and functional medicine.
NIMH Medical Herbalist and Master NLP Practitioner
Medical Herbalist and Trustee of the Herb Society. Talks for WI, Townswomen Guild, U3A, Probos, etc. on Herbs & Spices for Health & Wellbeing, Cultivation & growing of herbs, etc.
Range of topics covered including culinary, historical and traditional uses of herbs, with propagation and growing advice.
Malcolm uses power point presentations. Titles include "Showing and Growing Herbs" and "Herbs through the Season".
Interactive and lively general interest talks on Modern Herbal Medicine or can be tailored to a particular group. WI's, Special interest groups, mother and baby groups etc.
Medical Herbalist, and Lecturer on the BSc (Hons) Herbal
Medicine degree at Lincoln. I have been providing talks and workshops for a
wide variety of local groups, such as the WI, Gardening Clubs, U3A, Probus,
Rotary, and Womens’ groups for a number of years. I can often tailor talks
to group requirements, but most commonly speak about the History of Herbal
Medicine, cultivating medicinal plants and herb garden design, as well as
how to create preparations within the home. I lead a very successful series
of Herb Walks around the Cathedral Quarter each Spring and Summer and also
lead Herb Walks in other areas of the County, and for private bookings and
Nutrition & Herbs, Demonstrations: Cookery/ Creams. Does regular WI talks & workshops for NT
I have given talks locally for community groups, Adult Education Groups, as well as for the local British Beekeeping Association group. I have also written for the BeeCraft Journal. I also offer herb walks.
My talks vary from an Introduction to Herbal Medicine to specific themes such as women's health, herbal history and philosophy, and much more. They can be tailored to specific groups. The talks are usually presented by powerpoint.
Rowan qualified from the school of phytotherapy in 1990 and has been practicing, teaching and lecturing in herbal medicine ever since. She has always grown her own herbs and made her own medicines, and teaches practical herbal medicine making and natural perfumery courses in Herefordshire. She can talk about hedgerow medicine, modern herbal practice, spices, natural perfumery, making herbal medicines and cosmetics for home use, etc.
If you would like to be added to the speakers list then please contact email@example.com. We would be grateful if speakers could promote the Herb Society when giving talks. Please see the Herb Society introductory presentation here Herb Society Introduction Presentation.pptx.