Free Stuff


Thanks for your interest in learning about the medicinal, cosmetic & edible plants that surround us.

You are as welcome as

the flowers in May!

I hope that you find these resources helpful on your journey to learn about these wonderful plants.




Watch videos from talks, lectures, events and interviews that I’ve given over the years.

Watch videos from international conferences, health shows, from podcast interviews etc. on topics as varied as herbs for health, making your own remedies, using herbs in professional organic skincare and more.



Watch recordings of webinars where I talk about seasonal plants and answer people’s questions about medicinal herbs & wild food foraging.

CLICK HERE to watch the Spring Wild Food Foraging webinar.

CLICK HERE to watch the webinar about Making your own Herbal Remedies at Home.

Free E-course Lesson

Watch a sample lesson from my online course.

Ever wondered what it’s like to learn online? Have a sneak-peek in to my lesson about Hawthorn flowers from my Spring & Early Summer course.

CLICK HERE to access this lesson.

Good old-fashioned reading!

Read my blogs

From common local plants that you probably didn’t know were edible, to rarer wild plants that were once commonly used and are now (nearly) forgotten.

CLICK HERE to read my blog.


In June 2017 I interviewed for the Forage Botanicals podcast. I spoke about the uses of ROSES: a medicinal, edible and cosmetic plant that I adore. I frequently use it in my herbal medicine clinic and find it to be profoundly healing and balancing for a wide range of conditions, including stress, anxiety, trauma, panic attacks etc. In fact, I could not run my clinic without this wonderful plant: I find it irreplaceable.

This excellent podcast is run by Natasha Richardson,  a medical herbalist whose work (in her clinic in London and online) focuses on helping women to have better periods. She says “I don’t think our wombs should feel like a curse or something that holds us back in life. By using natural remedies, lifestyle tips and awareness of your body it’s possible to come to love your lady bits again.”

Click the link to listen to this podcast. It’s quite long and there’s a lot of laughter! The interview with me starts at around 5 mins; Natasha asks me about my training and why I became a herbalist; and then at around 20 mins we finally start to talk about ROSES!


Thanks Natasha for having me as a guest on your podcast.

And many thanks for letting me share the recording with my students!

NEW FOR 2019….coming soon!

Herb TV

Watch interviews on Herb TV with other herbalists, wild food foragers, researchers and ecologists.

I expect to get the first interview ready in 2019.


Watch my free videos covering common questions about making & using your own herbal medicines and starting to use foraged wild foods.

These free videos will be available to view in early 2019.