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A one-on-one meeting with our Herbalist, offers a whole-body approach to wellness. An advocate for the medicinal benefits of plants and herbs, our Herbalist conducts an in-depth analysis of your current habits and goals, to craft a customized regimen of herbal supplements, nutritional, and lifestyle practices.
The initial Herbal Consultation will be ninety minutes, as your herbalist educates themselves on your daily habits. You will be asked to speak to your health history, diet, and lifestyle—in addition to any supplements or medications (over-the-counter or prescription) that you’re currently using. The herbalist may check your pulse or examine your tongue to help inform their recommendations. With this deeper understanding of your personal health, together you’ll create a plan to achieve your well-being goals.
Typically, the herbalist will provide several suggestions after your first session, then follow up a few days later with a detailed, customized regimen.
Follow-ups tend to be shorter, allowing the herbalist to check in on your progress and address additional concerns, when necessary. After a few initial follow-ups, check-ins will become less frequent, occurring every 3—6 months.
Because herbal remedies harness your body’s natural healing abilities, their effects occur more gradually than with conventional medicine. If you’re an active participant and work with your herbalist to stay on track, they’ll ease the body into a healthier state, holistically.
Herbal medicine is safe for children and adults of all ages. Treatment and support can be provided for many conditions including but not limited to:
General (affects whole body)
Initial Consultation 90 Minutes $150.00
Follow Up Consultation 60 Minutes $95.00
Follow Up Consultation 30 Minutes $55.00
Herbal medicine is the use of plants, lichen and fungi to restore and sustain physical, emotional and spiritual health. It is the oldest form of medicine, and is still used by traditional cultures all over the world. A growing body of scientific research now supports many traditional uses for herbal extracts, and frequently demonstrates new uses and properties for herbal medicines.