Herbal Medicine


Herbal medicine has evolved with humankind

Plants have been used for all manner of ailments throughout the ages. Many systems have been used to determine what herbal medicine should be used for what. The signature doctorius maintains that all plants are endowed with physical markers that indicate their traditional use.

For example, Shepherd’s Purse has bladder shaped leaves, making this a valuable urinary tract support. Buchu has a pungent urine-like aroma so again the urinary tract is indicated. Ginseng root has a human-like form indicating its overall tonic effect.

Scientific herbalism dissects the pharmacological constituents of plants and ascertains the medicinal value this way. Other systems of healing use pendulums or kinesiology to determine the appropriateness of herbs for an individual. All the systems of herbal lore have some value and contribute to the way in which current herbalists practice.

Our bodies are remarkable and adaptive organisms.  Combined with appropriate plant medicine, they are able to greatly improve their ability to cope with, and heal disease states.

At Mullumbimby Herbals herbs are our primary modality

We pay particular attention to sourcing high quality herbs, organic where possible. Many of our herbs are grown, dried and prepared within the Byron Shire, so our quality control is stringent. The herbs we do bring in from outside must live up to our strict standards.

If you’re seeking herbal advice, contact us to chat to one of our experienced herbalists.

We offer full consults with our experienced practitioners as well, so if you’re keen to book in and get started on your individual therapeutic protocol get in touch with us.

We also have a full range of herbal tinctures, topical productscleanse packages, and ayurvedic products available online.

Or simply drop in and have a chat to us at the Mullumbimby dispensary, 79 Stuart St, Mullumbimby.

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