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Stop Press: Eat Weeds teams up with Herb Mentor


Photo: Dandelions

Photo: Dandelions

I’m a huge fan of Robin Hartford’s site Eat Weeds. It’s a site packed with great information and a valuable resource for those who want to find free food. But what about free medicine?

Eat Weeds has negotiated a 33% discount on the monthly subscription to Herb Mentor – a massive American website dedicated to all aspects of herbal medicine. I watched Robin’s video review of Herb Mentor and was very impressed with all that Herb Mentor offers – from training courses for the beginner to lectures from top international herbalists.

If you are interested the offer ends at midnight today.

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  1. Jo @ LittleFfarm Dairy

    We firmly believe in herbal medication – as educated by our goats. We grow a willow coppice for them; when one of the Milkforce gives birth to her kid/s, she gets a yummy salad of hand-selected greens, forage & favourite branches – of which willow is a crucial ingredient. Not only is it apparently tasty, it is also the natural derivative of aspirin; hence we use it liberally (no voting pun intended) here on the Ffarm.

  2. casalba

    I’m blown away! And just as excited as I was when I first found your blog.

    Thank you so much for pointing “Eat Weeds” out to me. What an absolutely amazing site. I’m going to add it to my favourites. Also watched the videos on Herb Mentor. Agree, it is very impressive – very impressive indeed, but a bit out of my league in terms of having to pay for the information. (Particularly as I’m not a person who has ever visited a doctor for sneezles and weezles.)

    • Fiona Nevile

      Hi Sally

      That’s great! I’m so pleased. It’s a really good site.

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