Sensory Herbalism

Sensory Herbalism

Sensory Herbalism

Sensory Herbalism covers a broad range of topics.  It is a way of delving deeply into the ways of plant medicine, for finding daily connection to plants through food and medicine and for understanding ourselves and the world as part of the same origin.  It provides a framework for protection the Earth from greed and violence through understanding how to work with plant medicine in this challenging, modernised world in which many of us live.

Sensory Herbalism follows the cycles of the Earth, the seasons but is also grounded in the practical application of herbs for minor ails as well as daily tweaks to help support our emotional and physical state.

Sensory Herbalism looks at the wider issues that face the planet and take clues and messages from the plant world about how we can find solutions to move forwards with creativity and resilience, staying true to our belief systems.

There is much more about Sensory Herbalism contained in our book, the Sensory Herbal Handbook 

And much to be discovered on our Sensory Apprenticeship too 

Talks or workshops include:

Sensory Herbalism

  • Herbal Survival in a changing world
  • Herbal ID / foraging walk
  • Astrological Herbalism
  • Herbal First Aid
  • Hedgerow Medicine 
  • Autumn – Native superfoods 
  • Winter Yule
  • Tree Medicine 
  • Herbal Aphrodisiacs
  • Lucid Dreaming with Herbs
  • Psycho-emotional Health & Nervous system


About Us

Sensory Solutions Herbal Evolution is an arts and health-education, Community Interest Company run by the Seed SistAs, Fiona & Karen.  We promote empowerment, autonomy, freedom, health, and diversity through teaching about plant medicine.  All our Herbal Medicine courses, publications, talks and tours promote the aims of the CIC: to educate about and promote the growing and use of herbal medicine.

We combine medical training and years of clinical experience with our love of creativity and plants to put herbal medicine back where it belongs: in your hands. 

Fiona & Karen