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THE ANNUAL HERB WALK 2017
Sun 25 June 2017, 14:00 – 16:00 BST
REGISTER YOUR INTEREST FOR FREE
This increasingly popular annual event is not to be missed. We will take a leisurely stroll in a nature reserve and look to identify and discuss medicinal plants that are growing wild. You will learn about identification, history and medicinal use of natures gifts to humanity. Past attendees have thoroughly enjoyed the experience and often return in subsequent years.
The walk is led by qualified medical herbalist, Varsha.
Herb Walk Disclaimer
This walk is provided for pleasure and education purposes only. The walk is scheduled to last between 20 minutes to 2 hours and will cover a maximum of 1 ½ miles. The terrain is uneven and may be muddy in places, it is not recommended for individuals with limited mobility. Minors should be accompanied by their parents or guardians. The walk should only be undertaken if you feel well enough to do so and are wearing suitable clothing and sturdy footwear.
Plants which are traditionally used to treat various medical conditions will be referred to. These references are for general information purposes only and do not infer any type of treatment recommendation.
Many edible and medicinal plants will be pointed out and discussed. Some wild plants are poisonous and accurate identification is essential prior to picking any plants and ingesting them. Ingestion of any plant material is done so completely at your own risk. It is possible (although rare) for individuals to have an allergic reaction to certain wild edible plants. No liability is accepted for such occurrences. If you are pregnant or may be pregnant you are advised against eating any wild plants, which you have not had previous exposure to.
No liability is accepted for any independent actions taken or not taken as a result of information provided on this walk.
TICKETS ARE £10.50 PER PERSON
ACCOMPANIED CHILDREN UNDER 16 YEARS MAY ATTEND FREE OF CHARGE
PURCHASE YOUR TICKET HERE: http://www.vanaspati.co.uk/store/p4/Herb_Walk.html