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Brookfield herbal is based in Leek, Staffordshire Moorlands and is run by Nadia Corp, a fully qualified Medical Herbalist and a member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists (MNIMH). The practice is based on the edge of the Peak District in the market town of Leek on the Staffordshire Moorlands, close to the borders with Derbyshire and Cheshire.
Herbal medicine is one of the oldest traditional systems of medicine. It uses plant-based medicines to prevent and treat disease and improve general health and wellbeing, providing a balanced, gentle, safe and effective approach to healing.
The individualised and person-centred approach of herbal medicine means it is suitable for everyone: from young to old; from pre-conception to palliative care; for acute and chronic conditions whether physical, emotional or mental.
Herbal medicine can be used to support the management of a wide range of acute and chronic conditions, including digestive problems, circulatory conditions including high blood pressure and cholesterol; respiratory problems such as hayfever and asthma; skin conditions; women's, men's and children's health; and convalescence.
Training, qualifications & experience
BSc Herbal Medicine 1st class
The National Institute of Medical Herbalists (NIMH)
The National Institute of Medical Herbalists (NIMH) is the UK's leading professional body representing herbal practitioners. The Institute is self-regulating and is run on a voluntary basis. The Institute maintains a register of individual members, sets the profession's educational standards and runs an accreditation system for training establishments, maintains mandatory programmes of professional development, provides codes of conduct, ethics and practice, has a complaints mechanism and disciplinary procedures, represents the profession, patients and the public through participation in external processes such as regulation of the profession and herbal medicine.
Initial Consultation (1-1½hours): £50.00
Follow-up Consultation(s) (30-45 minutes): £30.00
Tincture per 100mls: £10.00 (approx. 1 week’s supply)
Creams and ointments 60g: £8.00
Teas/Dried herbs 100g: £10.00
Syrups, oils or capsules may also be prescribed: individually priced
Dispensing fee for repeat prescriptions: £3.00 if no follow on consultation, plus postage and packing if the items are sent in the post.
Payment: Cash or cheque on the day, or bank transfer (BACS) by arrangement.