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Putting the heart in herbal medicineWho can subscribe?What is the aim of the magazine?

Putting the heart in herbal medicine

Tilia magazine is an independent, non profit magazine for Western herbalists.

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Who can subscribe?

Herbalists who practice Western herbal medicine, herbal students and apprentices.

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What is the aim of the magazine?

The aim of the magazine is to improve the practice of Western Herbal Medicine through community and sharing of knowledge, both traditional and research based.

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Who are the editors?

The editors of Tilia Magazine represent a cross section of herbalists in the UK and Ireland today.
Laura Carpenter
 Laura Carpenter MNIMH
 Laura Carpenter began a BSc (Hons) Herbal Medicine in 2003 at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN),  but due to family commitments stopped in 2004. She completed the BSc course at the University of East  London (UEL) in 2013. Laura is a member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists (NIMH), is a past editor  of NIMH’s Herbal Thymes magazine, and past member of the Postgraduate training board. Laura has a passion  for native British medicinal plants and specialises in helping patients with endometriosis. She practices from  her home clinic in Wellington, Somerset, England.

 

Dafydd new = cropped Dafydd Monks
Dafydd graduated from the University of Lincoln in 2014 and practices in rural North Wales. An independent herbalist, he is a keen promoter of grass roots medicine making and herbal activism, which he promotes through community engagement and teaching an 8 month course to the general public. He aims to grow most of his medicines and is keen on ‘muddy boots’ herbalism.

 

MarieMarie Reilly MSc MNIMH DipCoun EFR

 Marie Reilly has over 12 years experience as a Medical Herbalist. She qualified at the College of Phytotherapy in  the UK and subsequently completed the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine Masters Degree Programme,  having conducted her research dissertation on the treatment of female functional infertility with herbal  medicine. She has also studied endobiogenic medicine with Dr. Jean Claude Lapraz, and Ayurveda with Dr.  Vasant Lad. She is a member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists (NIMH).
 Marie has taught on both the BSc Herbal Sciences course at CIT and the Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Herbal Medicine at the Irish College of Phytotherapy. She has lectured at the Herbal Sciences Symposium at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT); at Botanica 2014 (Trinity College Dublin); and at the National Institute of Medical Herbalists Annual Conference. She has also provided numerous CPD seminars on various subjects for practitioners of herbal medicine.
Marie is currently the Director of The Lismore Clinic, a multidisciplinary health centre in Co. Waterford, Ireland, where she also runs a busy herbal medicine practice. She is also the Co-ordinator of the Lismore Community First Response Team, a voluntary service, which she runs in conjunction with a Medical Doctor and Paramedic, to provide emergency first aid in the local community. She is currently collaborating with other practitioners of herbal medicine to provide Herbal Medicine First Aid at festivals in Ireland.

 

Dawn Ireland
 Dawn Ireland CPP URHP

 Dawn Ireland is a practicing medical herbalist in Torbay, Devon, and a member of the URHP  and CPP. She has  written articles for a number of magazines on herb related subjects. Apart  from running her practice in  Torquay, Devon, she teaches at the local adult education college,  and runs a business creating natural vegan  and herbal skincare products established in 2003,  Green Wyse. Dawn promotes herbalism by offering talks,  herb walks and workshops to various groups in the local area.

 

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 Peter Jackson-Main MA, FAMH, FGNI
 Peter Jackson-Main is a Herbalist, Naturopath, Iridologist, lecturer and author.  In 1995 he was a founder  member, and for eleven years Chairman, of the Association of Master Herbalists (AMH), and is now a fellow of  the Association, as well as of the Guild of Naturopathic Iridologists (International).  From 1996 to 2012 he was a  council member of the European Herbal and Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association (EHTPA), in which  capacity he was closely involved in the development of the UK profession, including the writing of the  common core curriculum for UK herbalists, and was a delegate at two out of the three regulatory consultations  hosted by the government on herbal medicine.
He is currently Course Director for the Herbal Medicine program at the College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM), and in the autumn of 2015 was also appointed the College’s Academic Director.  His book, Practical Iridology, published in 2004, is now in its third edition and has been translated into twelve languages.  He practises in Cambridge (his home town) and London.

 

SusanSusan Warren 
 Susan Warren studied first at the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine and went on to qualify in 2014 at Coláiste  Luibheanna in Cork, Ireland. She is passionate about the use of native and naturalised herbs in Scotland, with  keen interest in their historic uses from a Northern European/Boreal perspective. She currently practises in  Edinburgh, Scotland.
What is Tilia Magazine?

How was it created? Tilia magazine was created to unite practitioners of Western Herbal Medicine in a safe space where they can share, learn, discuss and develop as practitioners. The […]

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Aim and objectives

Aim The purpose of the magazine is to improve the practice of Western Herbal Medicine through community and sharing of knowledge, both traditional and research based.   Objectives 1. To […]

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Who are the editors?

The editors of Tilia Magazine represent a cross section of herbalists in the UK and Ireland today.  Laura Carpenter MNIMH  Laura Carpenter began a BSc (Hons) Herbal Medicine in 2003 […]

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Who can subscribe?

Herbal medicine students Herbal medicine apprentices Practitioners of Western herbal medicine Please note: The editorial team make the final decision regarding whether a subscription to the magazine would be appropriate.

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How do I subscribe?

1. You must meet the subscription criteria. 2. You must agree to the Terms and conditions of the subscription. 3. You must pledge to submit at least one article/review/comment/artwork/photo during […]

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