Emmett started his medical herbalist training at the School of Herbal Medicine in Surrey in 1991 and completed his studies at the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine with a University of Wales accreditation Post Graduate Diploma in 2002 and an MSc in Herbal Medicine, specializing in cancer treatment.
Prior to this, Emmett did an Animal Science Degree in UCD in 1976 and an MSc in Animal Nutrition in 1977 which led Emmett entering Herbal Medicine studies in later years.
Emmett’s medical training has equipped him to be a safe practitioner using the tried and trusted principles of western herbal medicine either alone, or with Ayurvedic treatment or with conventional medicine. Emmett has trained in pathology, clinical examination, differential diagnosis, red flag emergency signs, medical data interpretation and herb, drug interaction and general medicine.
A deep interest in Irish culture and its civilization has led Emmett to investigating the medical practices of Gaelic society. In his study, he has recognized a close relationship between the early Irish medical systems and the medical system of India.
Emmett traveled to India in 2008 to study the Ayurvedic medical system which is practiced unbroken for over 5,000 years and with its full medical records intact.
While in India, he studied Clinical Panchakarma which is a specialist branch of Ayurvedic medicine.
Emmett Walsh’s passion for natural Ayurveda treatments at Roscore Clinic, brings him to India every year. Emmett travels to India so he can learn and to immerse himself in the soul of Ayurveda. Ayurveda practiced in an Indian context involves 21,000 herbs and over half a million traditional recipes. The learning never stops.
Emmett trained under Dr K.K.Harikrishnan, Vaidyagrama Healing Village, India.
Dr Harikrishna continues to inspire and mentor Emmett. Roscore Clinic also works very closely with Dr Harikrishna in the treatment of patients.
Sharing his tips and insights into the world of herbal remedies, discover what is right outside your back door that you can find by foraging from 12:45 pm in Indoor Workshop Pavilion 2 on Sunday 11th August 2019.