On Friday 31st March, The Psychedelic Society (https://psychedelicsociety.org.uk/), an organization which offers an array of nourishing and transformative events, talks, workshops and retreats, is welcoming Spring with a Spring Herb Foraging Walk & Tincture Making Course.
Kaz Goodweather, clinical herbalist and one of the Seed SistAs (https://seedsistas.co.uk/), will guide guests into a sensorial morning, exploring the diverse and plentiful plants, herbs and trees of the Lea Valley Regional Park that can fill the belly and support the health and wellbeing. Some plants include comfrey, the common Daisy, stinging nettles, lime blossom and a multitude of others.
She will teach how to create a natural first aid kit, home remedies and tinctures, sharing her insights about herbs that grow locally, the intelligence of nature and her own personal journey and just how integral the magic of herbalism and witchcraft is to good health.
The walk will finish in the Lee Valley with a picnic, where nature lovers will rest and replenish and share their experiences.
The event starts at 10.30am and finishes around 2pm, the exact location will be shared closer to the date. Guests are invited to bring a basket, sturdy shoes, lunch/flask of tea, pen and paper and an open heart.
Standard ticket costs £50, low-income an supporters options are also available. Tickets are available here: https://dandelion.earth/events/63a1f57db62069000b875406