VIVIENNE CAMPBELL - how to use herbs simply and effectively

May 08, 2020

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Vivienne Campbell BSc (Hons) qualified as an herbalist in 2003 and lives in Ireland. She teaches classes on herbal medicine, wild food foraging, and natural cosmetic-making in Ireland & the UK and teaches worldwide via her online courses and classes. She runs classes from beginners level to professional.

She is a popular speaker at international conferences and local events. She has appeared on Irish television numerous times, including a weekly foraging feature with celebrity chef Richard Corrigan. She was also interviewed for the upcoming aromatherapy documentary, Uncommon Scents: The Movie, which is currently in post-production in the USA and features natural medicine luminaries such as Robert Tisserand and Jeanne Rose.


Vivienne loves teaching people how to use herbs simply, effectively, and joyfully. She believes it is everyone’s birth-right to know how to use common local plants as nutritious wild foods and health-enhancing natural remedies. She loves to empower people to take more control of their health by sharing this knowledge and teaching these skills. She also adores introducing people to the potential of using local wild plants in professional natural cosmetics. She gave a lecture on this topic for Formula Botanica (an international organic cosmetic science school), teaches specialist classes, and on this underexplored area. She is currently writing 3 books (yes, 3!). 

We will host Vivienne on the 17th of May at 20:00 CET.
Topic: FORAGING FOR LOCAL EDIBLE & MEDICINAL WILD HERBS

Unfortunately, this TALK was by mistake not recorded, so instead, you can watch a beautiful and educational video that Vivienne was kind enough to share it with us. Watch the video here ->  Beginners class about elderflower

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