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with Dr Michael Evans

Friday afternoon, 2-6pm
Saturday, 9:30am-6pm
Sunday, 9:30am-12:30pm


Can a research process be based purely on observation?

In this workshop, picturing the plant’s development over time and the observer’s subjective feelings, will lead us lead to hypotheses of the plant’s medicinal value. Can these be confirmed by traditional herbal, conventional pharmacology, and anthroposophic literature?

This workshop gives you interesting and enlightening answers to the above questions, and many more, about your own inherent ability to observe and find answers.

Method: a plant is chosen which is known have medicinal properties. The identity and use of the plant are kept secret until the observation process is complete.

Conclusion: The research process on the therapeutic properties of a medicinal plant appears to produce hypothetical medicinal conclusions which are to a high proportion substantiated, not only by traditional herbal literature but also by conventional pharmacological literature.

Further Information

02 June 2023
to 04 Jun 2023


4:00 pm - 12:45 pm


Emerson College
Forest Row, East Sussex RH18 5JX United Kingdom