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Herbal Medicine: Welcome
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Herbal Medicine


Access to a large range of herbal tinctures that can be mixed and customized for your needs is available through a consult.  For script refills- a free consult will be needed along with a brief questionnaire to be filled out to ensure you are getting the right tincture for your ailments and  ensuring correct information is given to the practitioner before a herbal tincture is made.

Rejuvenate with herbal medicine

Mother natures helping hand

Herbal medicine is a time-honored tradition that has been successfully used throughout the centuries for many ailments and conditions. Individualised herbal tinctures are prescribed for specific conditions and actions to create change, provide support and promote healing and well-being within the body. Herbs are very powerful when used in conjunction with diet and lifestyle but are often overlooked for synthetic drugs instead. Why not use what mother nature provides for us as our ancestors have for 100's of years.


Featured Herbs

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Gotu Kola

Centella asiatica

Parts Used: Aerial Parts

Main Actions: Adaptogenic, Anti-inflammatory, Antifibrotic, Healing Promoter, Nervine tonic & Vulnerary

Can be taken internally and applied externally Gotu Kola promotes tissue healing and regeneration and benefits micro-circulation.

Commonly used to treat varicose veins, preventing fibrotic adhesions, rheumatic conditions, improvement in cognitive performance, and skin conditions such as leg ulcers, psoriasis and eczema.  


St Marys Thistle

Silybum marianum

Parts Used: Seed & leaf

Main Actions: Antioxidant, choleretic, hepatoprotective, hepatic trophorestorative

Taken internally St Mary's Thistle is a popular herb that has been used traditionally as a liver tonic but also has many other applications. 

Can be used in conjunction with other herbal tinctures to treat haemochromatosis, abdominal bloating metabolic syndrome. hepatitis and gall stones



Smilax ornata

Parts Used: Root and rhizome

Main Actions: Anti-inflammatory, Depurative and antirheumatic

Taken internally, Sarsaparilla's key indications for use are skin conditions such as dermatitis and psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis and rheumatism.

Can be used in conjunction with other herbs to help fatigue, debility and physical stress, auto-immune disease and aches and pains.

Withania somnifera, known commonly as ashwagandha, Indian ginseng, poison gooseberry, or w


Withania somnifera

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Nettle Leaf

Urtica dioica; Urtica urens

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