Herbal Medicine

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 4 billion people--80 percent of the world population--use herbal medicine for some aspect of primary health care (Farnsworth et al., 1985). Herbal medicine is a major component in all indigenous peoples' traditional medicine and is a common element in Ayurvedic, homeopathic, naturopathic, traditional oriental, and Native American Indian medicine.

Herbal medicine has been used effectively for thousands of years to alleviate many ailments.

Today’s Herbalists undertake extensive training in Anatomy and Physiology, pharmacology, biochemistry and they must study all aspects of phytomedicine. They are specifically trained to help eliminate the disease state, not just the symptoms.

A trained Herbalist will take into account any pharmaceutical medication that you are currently taking, and will not administer any herbs that can have adverse reactions with that drug. Recorded side effects of Herbal Medicine are minimal, as compared to pharmaceutical drugs, if taken as “professionally” advised. Herbs are concentrated forms of Nutrition and can help to build up the bodies strength and resistance, where chemical or synthetic based forms of medicine can diminish the immune response progressively.

As you can see Herbal Medicine has come along way from the “dark ages.” It is no longer associated with the backyard cauldron or the little old lady administering herbs from the kitchen table.

Herbalists are professional people that have studied for many years, all components of phyto -medicine and the human body.

In the clinic I use a mix of Herbs, Vitamins and Bach Flower Remedies to increase my client's energy, immune system, and general well being. Consultations usually last an hour, and during this time I include an iridology session to assist with my evaluation. I use a mix of Western, Ayurvedic and Chinese herbs depending on the person and the illness.

Disease states such as Asthma, Allergies, Arthritis, Blood Pressure, Anxiety, Chronic Fatigue, Psoriasis, Eczema, Viral illness, Acne plus many many more illnesses are addressed effectively and efficiently with herbs at the Traditional Herbal Remedies clinic.

We consider ourselves an essential part of our client’s health management team and are happy to work in conjunction with the family GP and other medical specialists.  We use both medical and non-medical diagnostic methods to gain a broader understanding of the underlying causes of the client’s ill-health. These are used to identify and refine the client’s health program and to monitor their return to wellness.

 

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