Join an exciting excursion into the forest, fields or mountains and learn more about our wild medicinal plants. You'll find out how to recognize and use common plants for medicine, food and spice. We'll also talk about how best to pick and prepare them.
Did you know that dandelion flowers are sweet and tasty or that the troublesome goutweed tastes better than spinach? Spruce sprouts are good for coughs, mugwort relieves menstrual pains and lady's mantle heals wounds.
An herbal excursion is like a guided tour into our cultural heritage and provides an image of how our ancestors lived before there were doctors and hospitals available for everyone.
Your forest walks will get new dimensions: From now on you will see useful plants everywhere.
Good to know
- The excursions will take place regardless of the weather.
- A notebook may come in handy. Preferably a small book with hard covers (so you can press newly found herbal friends in your book).
- A loupe may enhance the experience.
I am delighted to perform exclusive excursions with private groups. An excursion can take place more or less anywhere – in a park in town, in a private garden or in a pasture. There are medicinal plants everywhere!