Frequently Asked Questions

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Herbal medicine and a naturopathic approach can be useful in supporting all health conditions, particularly those that are chronic and have developed over time.

We commonly treat IBS, Infertility, PMS, Stress, Anxiety, Insomnia, IBD, Eczema, PCOS, Psoriasis, Arthritis, Chronic Fatigue, Thyroid and Blood sugar imbalances as well as a whole range of other conditions.

I have a Diploma in Herbal Medicine and a Diploma of Naturopathy from the London College of Naturopathic Medicine. I also have a post-graduate diploma in Iridology. I am a fellow member of the Association of Naturopathic Practitioners (largest naturopathic association in the UK) and a member of the Association of Master Herbalists.

Yes, during our initial consultation we will go through all of the medication and supplements that you are currently taking. We are aware of all the possible Herbs/ Supplements/ Drug interactions and we always ensure that the herbs prescribed take your current medication into account.

Absolutely and it is a very safe way of looking after your children’s health. The herbs chosen for the prescriptions will be different than for an adult or a young teenager, as well as the amount prescribed and possibly the mode of administration. Your naturopathic herbalist will explain you all this in details and help you every step of the way.

This initial complementary call is an introductory presentation where we discuss briefs details of your health concern and if naturopathic medicine is the right approach for you. It usually lasts for 15 minutes and if we are both happy to go ahead, a full initial consultation will be booked in. 

Please bring with you a list of any medication or supplements you are currently taking and if you had any medical tests done, it would be very useful to see a copy of those as well.

We operate a 24 hour cancellation policy. Unfortunately if the appointment is cancelled with less than 24 hours notice, the payment will be charged in full.