About Kirsten Hartvig

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Kirsten Hartvig ND MNIMH DipPhyt is a Medical Herbalist and Registered Naturopath. She runs the Heartwood Study Centre at Emerson College, comprising a complementary medicine library and a medicinal herb garden. She is also curator of the Biodynamic Botanic Garden at Emerson College. Volunteers are welcome in the garden on Wednesdays and Fridays. If you are interested in volunteering or joining our events mail list, please contact Kirsten on info@bbgec.uk. You can find out more about the Heartwood professional and foundation courses in Herbal Medicine on heartwood-uk.net   Instagram @heartwoodbotanic  Watch Herb Hunters on YouTube;  Listen to the Herbal Medicine Show on UKHealthRadio. Watch Herb Hunters on YouTube. You can contact Kirsten on study-centre@heartwood-uk.net   https://heartwood-uk.net/

Articles by Kirsten Hartvig

  1. Healing Spices

    Listed in herbal medicine

    In a world that is awash with taste-alike processed foods and synthetic flavourings, the many reasons for using real spices have all but disappeared, together with the cultures for ...

  2. The Biodynamic Botanic Garden at Emerson College

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    He had a huge influence on writing style for over a thousand years, and it is known that he spent many happy hours in libraries; but how he knew about the joys of gardening, I have ...

  3. Biodynamic Herbs for Health

    Listed in herbal medicine

    Modern medical herbalists use gentle herbal medicines with positive effects and few side effects. They either make their own preparations or use trade suppliers with established rep...

  4. Eat for Immunity

    Listed in herbal medicine

    What strange times we are living in. 2020 has certainly been eventful and lifechanging for many people the world over. Self-isolation is a new word in my vocabulary, as is social di...

  5. Using Herbal Medicine

    Listed in herbal medicine

    The long history of traditional use of herbal medicines to safely treat common family illness needs to be more widely recognized and understood.

Book reviews by Kirsten Hartvig

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