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Common conditions

A herbalist can work with almost every condition that a patient would take to their General Medical Practitioner.

What conditions do we tend to see in clinic?

A Functional Medicine Practitioner/Medical herbalist will see almost any condition that you would see at your GP surgery.

  • Skin problems such as psoriasis, acne and eczema

  • Digestive disorders such as peptic ulcers, colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, indigestion angina, high blood pressure, varicose veins and varicose ulcers

  • PMT, period problems and menopausal problems

  • Stress, migraine and headaches

  • Tonsillitis, influenza and allergic responses like hayfever and asthma

  • Autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis

  • Chronic issues such as lyme disease both acute and chronic and complex immune disorder.​

I am very passionate about working with chronic and complex conditions.  

As a functional medicine practitioner and Medical Herbalist, in my practice I frequently encounter a range of chronic conditions, including Lyme disease and various chronic illnesses. Lyme disease, stemming from the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi, presents a complex array of symptoms such as fatigue, joint pain, and neurological issues, necessitating a thorough and personalised approach to treatment. Chronic illnesses like autoimmune disorders, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue syndrome present ongoing challenges, characterised by persistent symptoms that significantly impact daily life.


My personalised approach integrates conventional medical testing  with herbal medicines, dietary adjustments, and lifestyle modifications, acknowledging the interconnectedness of bodily systems and environmental factors. Through this integrative approach, I aim to address the underlying causes of chronic conditions and promote healing and wellness for my patients.

Additional environmental conditions include.

  • Mycotoxin illness

  • Lyme disease - both chronic and acute

  • CIRS - Chronic inflammatory response syndrome

  • MCAS - Mast Cell activation syndrome

  • Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

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