Author Archives: Dafydd
A little author bio about DafyddDafydd came into this world in the springtime of 1988 in North West Wales, growing up in Wales and Lancashire. He has had his feet in the soft nourishing soil of his homeland ever since, and in 2007 this lead to him developing green fingers and a white coat as he set out on his journey towards becoming a practitioner of herbal medicine. Currently he divides his time between Lincoln and North Wales, and is a student Herbal Medicine at Lincoln University. He has a specific interest in the indigenous medicine traditions of the Celtic lands and the use of native and local plant species.
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