Emma Baynes Bsc (Hons) MNIMH Medical Herbalist in Chichester

Talks, Workshops and Herb Walks

*Please note I am not practising at the moment and therefore not available for consultation or advice.*

I believe herbal medicine is the medicine of the people and this is what inspires me to run regular workshops, talks and herb walks, to help put this information back into your hands. I aim to encourage you to make your own remedies for simple ailments and also know when to contact a herbalist.

Recent workshops have included:

  • An introduction to herbal remedies - Internal & digestive system remedies
  • An introduction to herbal remedies - External & skin remedies
  • An introduction to Roman herbal medicine (at Fishbourne Roman Palace)
  • A Herbal Home Medicine Chest
  • Birch tree evening.

    I have also led walks at:

  • 'Wholly Herbs' show – West Dean Gardens
  • The 'Weed and Wildflower Festival' – Bignor Church
  • Fishbourne Roman Palace.
  • Chichester canal
  • Brandy hole copse
  • Around Walberton churchyard and fields behind

    Testimonials from recent workshops:

    "Very informative and useful even at a basic level for inexperienced herb users"

    "Workshop was brilliant – inspirational – very knowledgeable and interesting...more please"

    "Thanks for an inspiring FHT evening yesterday. I arrived rather weary after an exhausting day and left energised by your wonderful enthusiasm and expertise." - Ann


    If you would like me to come and talk to your group or society please see the 'Upcoming events' page for more details.

    Walks and Talks. bignortalk


  • My free quarterly newsletter 'Herbal News' aims to give people an introduction to herbal medicine. In each issue I may discuss a numbers of herbs or focus on a condition.

    For example, previous issues have discussed:

  • Stress and anxiety,
  • Coughs,
  • Chilblains,
  • A herbal home remedy chest,
  • Passionflower,
  • Plantain,
  • Marigolds.

    Please see the 'Herbal News' page for a copy of the latest issue.


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