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Community Health & Herbal Medicine - Digestive Health


  • Walworth Garden 206 Manor Place London, England, SE17 3BN United Kingdom (map)

Liver, digestive health and elimination/detoxification etc with focus on spring plants

What do we need for healthy eating and nourishment, physically and emotionally? How do the systems and environments we live in affect our processing of what we take in, and put out?

This workshop will explore the processes of digestion and elimination and how we can best support healthy, effective balance as individuals and communities, with plant medicines, healthful food energy and connected approaches.

We’ll clarify what is happening in the digestive system and how this influences systemic health, learning about herbs that support and promote effective liver, digestion and urinary system health with a specific focus on springtime plants that are starting to rise up around us in the city and beyond - find out how working with plants seasonally deepens our connection with our environment and offers us food and medicine that is appropriate for the time of year. At this time the first greens bring cleansing, detoxifying and nourishing power that supports the transition from winter to spring. Connect your health with the earth!


Facilitated by Rasheeqa Ahmad

Did You Know

If you're a Southwark resident of more than 2 years and are over 19 years old you can attend one free workshop a year with us!*

See our terms and conditions for more information.

To book a place please click your ticket type and proceed to our online booking page.

Please note that when selecting the ticket type Southwark Resident you must be over 19 years old and have lived in Southwark for more than 2 years. If you have attended a workshop with us as a funded Southwark Resident place within September 2017 and July 2018 then you will be asked to pay the full price or benefits charge for the workshop.

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