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A spring morning at Dilston Physic Garden – a 3 minute video by photographer David Taylor
#aeolian #bamboo #wind #flutes newly installed at Dilston Physic Garden @MedicalBotany https://t.co/SYj15be01G — Dan Fox (@SoundInterventn) April 28, 2020
Science is now providing the evidence to show just how effective plant medicine is. In our new book we aim to help you to grow and use safe plants to treat many common ailments. When used correctly plant medicine is safe, effective and has other health benefits. There are many plants that we can take […]
Worried about your memory? Want to see if plants can boost your memory ? We’re recruiting volunteers now. Spread the word!… Dilston Physic Garden, medical herbalists Ross Menzies and Davina Hopkinson and Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew offer an exciting opportunity to take part in a second natural Memory Study in West and South-East Northumberland. Do […]
Can a plant really boost our mood ? A number of plants have clinical science to show that they effectively lift mood, balance mood swings and relieve mild depression (severe depression should not be self-treated). The widely recognized anti-depressive St John’s wort leads the way, but other traditional mood-boosting plants, verfiied in clinical studies today, include […]
At the physic garden we love plants which are good for the brain and especially plants with science to show how they work. Drink Tea. Boost Your Brain. Over the past three years we have been expertly blending science-backed botanicals which have research to show how they boost sleep, calmness, memory and mood. Each fragrant […]
Love it or hate it liquorice has a range of health benefits. The ingredient of one of the world’s favourite sweets, including the North’s famous Pontefract Cakes, it is used in plant medicine for fatigue, particularly adrenal stress, but it also has memory boosting and protective effects on brain cells. Scroll down to find liquorice […]
Dilston Physic Garden
Above a meandering river in a panoramic stretch of Northumberland, Dilston Physic Garden embraces the natural beauty and importance of plants for health, medicines, and the brain.
Explore this beautiful tranquil physic garden and its two acre collection of 800 European medicinal species. Learn exciting facts that could change your life on the way.
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