About Chinese Herbs
"Wendy has helped me both physically and mentally, using her excellent skills in Chinese medicine. Acupuncture, together with her ability to formulate, prescribe and dispense herbs has produced wonderful healing results."
R P, age 52, Ebchester, Northumberland
Traditional Chinese Medicine is a total system of healing which encompasses different levels of intervention - diet, exercise, massage, acupuncture and herbs. Herbs are considered the highest level of intervention and can be used to help with a wide range of conditions.
- Peri-menopausal and menopause problems
- Menstrual problems
- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
- Digestive problems
- Fatigue, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), M.E.
- Stress, anxiety, depression
- Support with cancer treatment
Consultation and treatment
Herbs can be used as a standalone treatment or combined with Acupuncture. Herbal prescriptions are tailored to individual specific needs and may be taken in various forms - e.g. raw herbs, powders or pills - to suit your circumstances and preference.
As with all Chinese Medicine modalities, at initial consultation a full history of your condition will be taken. A formula will be devised taking into account your traditional Chinese Medicine Diagnosis, the duration of your problem, lifestyle and age. Progress is monitored at regular consultations and adjustment to the formula is made to address changes in your condition.
Wendy is a member of the Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine (RCHM) and complies with RCHM codes of practice and ethics.
RCHM approved suppliers are used, who comply with GMP approved standards. (GMP = Good Manufacturing Practices as regulated by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency - MHRA). No Endangered plants or animals are used.
|Takes up to an hour|
|Takes about 30 mins|
|Initial consultation combined Herbs and Acupuncture||£60|
|Takes up to an hour and a half|
|Follow up herbs and acupuncture combined||£45|
|Takes up to an hour|
The cost of herbs is in addition to the consultation fee. The cost of herbs will depend on the prescription (type and amount) with the average price of herbs per week being around £25.
In China, herbs are often used in cooking as part of the daily diet to enhance health.
Chinese Herbalists use medicinal quality herbs, utilising knowledge of function and flavour of individual herbs to produce balanced formulas that enhance the efficacy of individual herbs and minimise side effects.