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Dog Rose Elixir to calm anxiety

I am collaborating with Gazelli House on July 4th for an evening workshop sharing the delightful medicine of rose.  You can read more on their blog. Calm and Sensuous…some of the medicine of rose. Who doesn’t want more of these qualities in their life? Rosa canina, know as dog rose, wild rose or briar rose…

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Nettle Syrup and other Sweet Delights

In my last post, I talked about Stinging nettles and how they really are a superfood – containing over 50 chemical constituents valuable to our bodies. There is still perhaps a little bit of time to find yourself some stinging nettles and make the most of their goodness this year. It is important to only…

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Stinging Nettle Fritters – Gluten Free Recipe

Stinging nettles really are a superfood – containing over 50 chemical constituents. Nettles are one of the highest sources of protein for a leafy green, nettle leaves also contain vitamins A, C, D, E, F, K, P, and b-complexes as well as thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, and vitamin B-6! I could go on and on… get…

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Atelier des herbes –

On an artist residency at Utopiana in Geneva.  I’m giving herb workshops every Saturday to the gardeners who use the allotments here and making medicine with the plants growing on site.  Here’s the invite to the latest event here at Utopiana: Vous êtes cordialement invités à  un brunch amical ce samedi 2 mai 2015 dès 11h à…

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A Game of Consequences…

Yesterday I had the canvas for Game of Consequences delivered to me.  I’m the fourth artist of 20 to have it for ten days during which time I can do what I like to/with it. Let the games begin!

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Passing Thyme…

Today’s drawings – Fennel and Thyme… couldn’t really be more different from one another!!   Thanks to Annie Lovejoy and Mac Dunlop’s keen gardening…  

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