By Dr Frances Watkins, An introductory guide to the main primary sources for studying early medieval herbal remedies in Old English texts. Researching medieval herbal formulations has become more accessible recently with some of the larger libraries digitising their collections and giving free access to view and download images. The DMMapp (Digitise Medieval Manuscripts App) […]
by Julie Bruton-Seal and Matthew Seal, Herbalists, Researchers & Authors.
For this blog we’ve chosen to refer to the sources used and methodology of our book on John Parkinson.
By Vicki Pitman, medical herbalist & herbal history researcher.
The aim of this blog is to provide students and researchers of herbal medicine history and practice with details of websites providing free, downloadable primary sources related to ancient medicine.
by Alison Denham, Herbalist & former Senior Lecturer, University Central Lancashire
The aim of this blog is to help you find free, downloadable primary sources for the history of herbal medicine in the 19th century. No charges or membership are needed for any of these websites.
Anne Stobart, one of the founding members of the HHRN has written a brief history for The Recipes Project, which can be found here: