Monthly Archives: September 2010

NSS scores success

Just bragging this week – the Complementary Medicine (Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture) team were very proud of our excellent results in the National Student Survey. Our graduates gave us an average score of 4.42 out of 5 over the 22 … Continue reading

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Elderberry Rob

It’s not really a good year for Elderberries in Sheffield. Nevertheless, I was determined to make some Elderberry Rob this weekend because I haven’t had any the last couple of years and it’s such a lovely recipe. And I’ve already … Continue reading

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Researching the history of western herbal medicine

Earlier this year, I attended a couple of seminars on researching the history of western herbal medicine, organised by Middlesex University. They were both fascinating events, which brought together classical and medieval historians, medical herbalists and other academic and independent … Continue reading

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