Summer in the medicinal garden: plants poison in the works of Agatha Christie

Summer in the medicinal garden: plants poison in the works of Agatha Christie

This event has finished Took place on: Monday, 16th Jul 2018

Join the Royal College of Physicians in their medicinal garden for a series of three afternoons exploring medical plants and herbal remedies past and present, celebrating the College’s 500th anniversary.

Plants poison in the works of Agatha Christie, by Dr Kathryn Harkup, author of ‘A is for Arsenic: the poisons of Agatha Christie’ and a study of addictive substances derived from plants, from alcohol to morphine and cocaine, by Professor Graham Foster, Royal College of Physicians Garden Fellow and Professor of Hepatology.

Programme
1.30pm Registration with refreshments
2pm First lecture
3pm Tea and coffee with garden tours of relevant plants by Royal College Garden Fellows
4pm Second lecture
5pm Drinks reception
6pm Event finishes

Cost: £10


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2018-07-16 2018-07-16 Europe/London Summer in the medicinal garden: plants poison in the works of Agatha Christie Join the Royal College of Physicians in their medicinal garden for a series of afternoons exploring medical plants and herbal remedies, celebrating the College’s 500th anniversary. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/07/16/summer-in-the-medicinal-garden-plants-poison-in-the-works-of-agatha-christie-172564 Royal College Of Physicians,11 Saint Andrews Place Regent,London,London

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