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Herbal Medicine

Herbal Treatment

Herbal Medicine stands as one of humanity's oldest healing practices. Throughout history, people have sought solace in nature's bounty, harnessing the power of herbs to rejuvenate and sustain health.

Herbs serve as nature's reservoir of essential nutrients, offering a gentle yet potent means to restore equilibrium within the body.

Beyond mere physical healing, herbal remedies operate on multiple fronts, addressing emotional and spiritual facets to promote holistic wellness.

Through the interaction of natural chemical components found in herbs, this form of medicine supports the body's innate healing mechanisms. Unlike conventional pharmaceuticals, herbal remedies offer a holistic approach to wellness, impacting multiple facets of health simultaneously, while typically exhibiting minimal side effects when administered correctly.

In Ireland, the practice of Herbal Medicine boasts a rich tradition, reflecting a profound connection to the healing wonders of the natural world.

Conditions commonly treated include stress & anxiety, insomnia, high blood pressure, IBS, urinary infections, respiratory illness, reflux, women's health, menopause and infertility.

Herbal medicine is a versatile healing modality accessible to all, boasting a rich history as one of the world's oldest medicinal practices. While there are considerations for those on pharmaceutical medications, pregnant individuals, or those unable to consume herbal tinctures, I strive to find collaborative solutions to accommodate diverse needs.

It's important to note that I don't diagnose or treat specific conditions or diseases. Instead, I approach each person as a unique individual with their distinct set of symptoms and health challenges. I strongly advocate for collaboration with primary healthcare practitioners alongside herbal medicine treatment for comprehensive care. 

I am trained in the Master Herbalist approach to herbal medicine, which incorporates not only herbs but also a blend of techniques including detoxification, dietary adjustments, and hydrotherapy to support clients in achieving optimal health. Embracing a holistic viewpoint, my aim is  to uncover and address the root cause of a condition rather than merely alleviating symptoms.


At the core of this philosophy lies the belief that the body possesses an innate capacity to heal itself. Therefore, the Master Herbalist prescribes herbs and employs various techniques to rejuvenate vitality and restore physiological equilibrium, empowering the body's natural healing processes.

In addition to herbal remedies, many Master Herbalists utilize iridology, a non-invasive method that examines the iris of the eye to discern constitutional strengths and weaknesses. Using a simple torch and magnifier or a camera, the iris is observed to gather valuable insights. The findings are then discussed with the client, aiding in their comprehension of health issues and guiding them towards assuming an active role in fostering positive health outcomes for themselves.

What to Expect from Your Consultation

During your consultation, we'll engage in a comprehensive discussion covering various aspects of your current lifestyle, including diet, sleep patterns, stress levels, and digestive health. Our goal is to thoroughly understand your concerns and challenges. Depending on your preference, I may conduct a brief examination of your irises. Following our discussion, you'll receive personalized recommendations tailored to your needs, encompassing advice on diet, exercise, emotional wellness, and herbal remedies to support your journey toward better health. Typically, consultations last for an hour to an hour and a half.

Follow up Consultation

This session is scheduled approximately 3-4 weeks after the initial consultation. We will review your progress and adjust your protocol accordingly. 

Herbs are customarily prepared into unique formulas, prioritizing organic ingredients whenever feasible. These formulations can take various forms, including tinctures, teas, capsules, powders, decoctions, fomentations, and ointments, among others.

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