Herbal medicine – the use of the plants (leaves, root, bark, flowers and seeds) for medicinal benefit – is one of the oldest, yet still most widely used, healing systems in the world today.
We’ve all used culinary herbal medicine at some point; a sprinkle of cinnamon, a handful of parsley, coriander or rosemary from the garden, all of which have a gentle therapeutic effect on the body.
Herbal medicine utilises plants such as these, but at a highly concentrated extracted dose to enhance the medicinal properties.
As a herbalist, I draw from a wide range of medicinal herbal tinctures, blending them to create an individualised herbal prescription to fit your body and its unique needs.
The advantage of being able to combine a variation of herbs is that they act synergistically in different areas of your body, working holistically in the body as a whole.