Women’s health / Fertility

Are you suffering from female hormonal imbalances, reproductive issues, PMS, endometriosis, PCOS, peri-menopause or menopausal symptoms? Natural medicine can help you rebalance your hormones.

Regulate your cycle, prevent PMS and stop heavy , painful periods with simple, natural remedies.  The best way to keep your hormones balanced and hormonal symptoms at bay is to eat a nutritious, healthy diet that is rich in hormone-balancing foods (like brassica vegetables, wholegrains, nuts, seeds, garlic and avocado) & avoid everything that is negatively affecting your hormone production and metabolism (such as caffeine, alcohol, sugar, dairy and junk food).


Understanding what affects hormonal balance is an important first step in getting rid of hormone related health symptoms. With simple dietary changes, lifestyle habits and a bit of herbal help you can restore and support naturally your hormones.


Diet and lifestyle significantly influence fertility, if you have been struggling to conceive, we can help to improve your chances of a healthy conception.


Well researched nutritional choices and carefully selected herbal remedies are powerful allies in pregnancy planning or post-natal care.


 We can also help during pregnancy and with paediatric health for gentle and safe alternatives and to complement modern medicine.


Feel free to consult us to learn about all the little tricks that can make life so much easier.

Hormonal health is central to our wellbeing and you deserve to feel your best.

Let’s find together the solutions to your hormonal conditions and get ready to feel more body-empowered with just small changes and the help of herbs.

Paeonia lactiflora (White peony)

Originated in China, Japan and India, the white peony is a common garden plant in Europe. Herbalists use the root, together with other plants, for menstrual disorders, spasmodic dysmenorrhoea, irregularity, erratic ovulation  but also for conditions such as endometriosis, fibroids, polycystic ovarian syndrome, menopausal symptoms, muscular cramps and migraine.

Contact your herbalist before taking it to make sure this is the right herb for you and there are no contraindications.