How can I help you?
Your initial consultation
A detailed case history will be taken in the initial consultation (usually 60-90 minutes) including current symptoms, family medical history, lifestyle, diet and a review of all systems of the body through targeted questions.
An examination of your eyes (iridology), tongue and pulses will be carried out. All of this information will be used to create a bespoke herbal remedy for you and may include lifestyle, dietary and naturopathic advice.
A follow up consultation (30-60 minutes) is recommended after four weeks to assess progress and adjust your remedy if required.
After your consultation you will receive:
- An advice sheet including dietary and lifestyle advice in line with your constitutional type and to bring you back into balance
- Prescribed herbal formulas which could be a tincture, tea and/or powder; or a topical application such as cream, compress, herbal bath, douches or herb infused oils
Administration of herbal formulas:
What is a tincture?
Concentrated herbal extracts made by soaking the dried herb in an alcohol/water mix to extract the active constituents in the plant.
What is a tea?
Dried parts of the plant which are infused or decocted (boiled) in water.
What is a powder?
Dried herbs are ground to powder and usually mixed with water or added to smoothies.
What conditions can herbal medicine help with?
- Post viral fatigue
- Skin conditions
- Menopausal symptoms
- Autoimmune conditions
- Low immunity
- Blood sugar imbalances
- High blood pressure
- Digestive conditions
- And a range of other complaints
What my clients say
'I first contacted Sam after experiencing a bad viral infection that had left me with some painful symptoms. Sam was able to help when I felt antibiotics weren’t doing the trick and relieved my symptoms very quickly. After this I decided to speak to Sam about my hormonal and anxiety problems, after a few weeks of taking my new tincture and some lifestyle adjustments I have seen and felt such amazing changes. I have since recommended Sam to my Mum who can’t say enough good things about her.'