Discover the Power of New Proven Quality Herbal Medicine

Herbal Medicine and Naturopathy are safe, natural and effective choices for addressing a range of health conditions.

Herbal Medicine is the right solution for you…

Imagine the immense value of a life filled with optimal health. The burden of illness and its accompanying symptoms that weigh you down and make you feel sick and unwell is now a thing of the past. Instead, you revel in a state of vibrant health, abundant energy, and profound gratitude for having finally discovered a solution that helped.

"Since 3-4 days after I started the treatment my digestion's been very well I can't believe it! All I eat somehow tastes sooo good!!! And my stool is finally well formed! Looking forward to the next step of the treatment"
Natalia P

At LongevitySphere, we have the knowledge and expertise to help you overcome any health issue you’re facing.

Let us know what you’re struggling with, and we will create a personalised and effective therapeutic plan that tackles the root causes as well as the symptoms.

Discover how we can achieve successful outcomes for your specific problems.

Book a consultation or an initial call now, and gain the answers and solutions you’ve been searching for!

Find out how you can regain your health permanently.

Learn more about Advantages of Herbal Medicine:

  • Natural and Holistic! Herbal Medicine offers a natural approach to healing, focusing on the whole person rather than just the symptoms.  It uses the therapeutic properties of plants to promote overall well-being, addressing physical, mental, and emotional health.
  • Herbs simply help the body to fulfil its purpose by breaking up toxins, cleaning, regenerating, repairing, strengthening, and nourishing tissues and organs.
  • Removing the causes and factors of ailments will result in the retirement of illness and disturbances, along with all symptoms.
  • They heal the body at its deepest levels, supporting its natural ability to establish health with little to no side effects.

We have achieved incredible results in assisting clients with these conditions

  • Diabetes, obesity
  • Cardiovascular diseases; high blood pressure and cholesterol
  • Digestion problems; gastritis, ulcer, IBD, gallbladder stones
  • Urinary tract disorders, kidney stones, cystitis, UTI
  • Skin problems; eczema, psoriasis, acne
  • Low immunity, allergies
  • Respiratory diseases
  • Sleeping disorder and stress 
  • Cancer and autoimmune diseases
  • Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and osteoarthritis

Women’s Health

  • Premenstrual syndrome
  • Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding
  • Endometriosis, Fibroids, PCOS
  • Cervical dysplasia
  • Menopausal symptoms
  • Fertility

Men’s Health:

  • Benign Prostate Hyperplasia BPH
  • Prostatitis
  • Male reproductive system disorders
  • Fertility

“Herbal medicine is one of the most used complementary and alternative therapies by people with cancer”

Treatment approaches

During your first consultation, you will be asked questions about your general health, as well as specific questions relevant to health issues you need help with. You will also be inquired about your personal and family health history, lifestyle and diet, and any medications or supplements you are currently taking.

In addition, a physical examination may be conducted. This involves taking your pulse and blood pressure, as well as examining your skin, nails, tongue, and eyes.

Following the examination, you will be provided with a herbal prescription, along with diet and lifestyle advice tailored to your needs.

If your herbal prescription involves protocols such as liver detox, bowel cleanse, kidney cleanse, lymph detox, or an anti-parasitic protocol, you will receive comprehensive, step-by-step instructions, along with all the necessary herbs.

If needed, you may be referred to other health professionals for additional tests and specialised examinations.


60-90 minutes

Your investment:  £90


30 minutes

Your investment:  £30

Follow-up consultation will be scheduled after the initial consultation

*The herbal prescription/remedies are not included in the price of the consultation.
The medicine recommended to you will be tailored to your individual needs and requirements.

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Methods of herbal administration.

Tincture, a diluted alcohol solution of plants  

Powder, dried and grounded herbs, occasionally made into capsules 

Tea, a water-based solution, made from raw, dried, whole herbs  

Oil-based solutions, such as creams or ointments for topical use 

Glycerine-based herbal solution (suitable for children and individuals with alcohol intolerance, does not contain sugars)  

At LongevitySphere, we are committed to providing high-quality herbal products that align with modern scientific research and respect the traditional use and knowledge of medicinal plants. Our range of herbal remedies offers safe, effective, and natural therapeutic solutions for various health conditions.

What are our clients saying about herbal medicine?

Why do herbal remedies work?

Recent scientific research has confirmed that herbal medicine is a safe and effective approach to treating a wide range of health conditions. The therapeutic properties of plants have been extensively studied and it has been confirmed that many herbs contain active compounds with medicinal properties.

‘The fundamental physical nature of Herbal Medicine is chemical, as is the fundamental physical nature of the human body.’ Hoffman D

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The power of plants is versatile.

Herbal medicine and naturopathy will help you restore ill health and are also effective tools to keep you healthy and even more, to enhance your physical and mental abilities.

Maintaining and strengthening your good health is another benefit of these health disciplines. 

You can:

  • Increase stamina and endurance
  • Improve sports and physical performance
    (including specialised programmes for high sports achievement)
  • Build resilience against negative environmental influences
  • Enhance cognitive and mental performance,
    improve concentration and memory

How do herbs work in the body?

Herbal medicine works by stimulating the body’s natural healing responses, supporting balance, and addressing the root causes of various ailments.

The interaction between the chemistry of plants and the body’s chemistry at the cellular level is proven and unavoidable, leading to chemical reactions that promote changes in the function of organs and systems in the body.

The healing properties of plants lie in their “active ingredients,” which are primarily and often exclusively utilized by pharmaceutical companies. In herbal medicine, we use the whole herb, as the true healing power lies in the synergy of all constituents naturally present in plants. The effect of the whole herb is greater than the combined effects of its individual components.

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) regulates the registration of herbal products in the UK. 

What are Herbal Medicine and Naturopathy?

Western Herbal medicine…

… is a holistic approach to healing that uses the therapeutic properties of plants to promote overall health and well-being. It has been practiced for centuries across various cultures and is renowned for its natural and effective healing abilities  

Through comprehensive screening and the invaluable knowledge gained from thousands of years of traditional practice, connected with modern scientific results, the Western herbal medicine system has created a practice that is suitable for the modern era.

Through the integration of herbal medicine and naturopathy, we can attain a more comprehensive understanding of an individual’s current state of health. This approach empowers us to deliver holistic therapy that addresses all aspects of human health and existence.


…is based on the healing power of nature and aims to support and stimulate the body’s ability to heal itself. Naturopathy encompasses the art and science of disease diagnosis, treatment, and prevention using natural therapies. 

These therapies include dietetics, clinical nutrition, herbal remedies, hydrotherapy, fasting, naturopathic manipulation, Traditional Chinese Medicine/acupuncture, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, detoxification and chelation, exercise, lifestyle counselling, environmental assessment and adjustment, spiritual healing, health promotion and disease prevention.

Life with good health is a good life

Benefits of Herbal Medicine

  • Natural healing
  • Minimal to no side effects
  • Personalized treatment
  • Reduced stress, tiredness, and anxiety
  • Enhanced cognition and memory
  • Balanced hormones
  • Reduced menopausal symptoms
  • Better digestive health
  • Natural pain management
  • Deep tissue detox
  • Promotion of circulation and elimination
  • Repair and regeneration of organs
  • Improved organ function
  • Mental and emotional stability

Discover the path to releasing yourself from the illness and step into a life of healing and creating with Herbal Medicine and Naturopathy, two remarkable healing disciplines that have endured for thousands of years and are affirmed by modern science.

"I was experiencing chronic insomnia, poor digestion, constant headaches, and other physical and mental issues that were affecting me for many years. I came to Ms Medic with these problems and she meticulously worked through each concern I had to create a detailed, but open-minded, lifestyle and diet plan as well as herbal remedies to accompany them. Within the first week I already felt a tremendous difference in my energy, sleep, digestion, and anxiety and after a few more weeks, I became conscientious of my health and grew to love my new lifestyle."
Leila G.

Do You Have a Question?

Herbal medicine provided by a qualified herbalist is safe. A qualified herbalist typically has education and training in herbal medicine, which include formal education and apprenticeship. These professionals have an understanding of plant properties, potential interactions, and dosage considerations.

Safety in herbal medicine is influenced by factors such as the choice of herbs, proper dosage, and awareness of potential interactions with medications or existing health conditions. Qualified herbalists take into account an individual’s health history, current medications, and specific health needs when recommending herbal remedies. They may also consider factors such as age, pregnancy, and breastfeeding to tailor the herbal treatment accordingly.

It’s important for individuals seeking herbal medicine to choose a qualified and reputable herbalist and to communicate openly about their health circumstances. Regular communication with healthcare providers, including informing them about herbal treatments, helps ensure a coordinated and safe approach to health and well-being.

The time it takes to see results from herbal medicine or other naturopathic protocols can vary widely and depends on several factors, including the specific health condition being addressed, the individual’s overall health, the duration and severity of the condition, and how well the person adheres to the treatment plan.

In some cases, individuals may experience improvement relatively quickly, within days or weeks. This is often seen with acute conditions or symptoms. However, for chronic or complex health issues, it may take longer – weeks to months – to observe noticeable changes.

Naturopathic approaches often focus on addressing the underlying causes of health problems, which may take time to manifest as symptomatic relief. Additionally, lifestyle changes, dietary adjustments, and other naturopathic interventions may require a consistent, long-term commitment for optimal results.

It’s essential for individuals undergoing naturopathic treatments to communicate regularly with their Herbalist and Naturopath. Adjustments to the treatment plan may be necessary based on progress, and ongoing monitoring helps ensure that the chosen approach is effective and safe.

The patience is often key when pursuing holistic or naturopathic approaches to health and wellness. Your qualified Herbalist will create a personalised treatment plan and set realistic expectations regarding the timeline for seeing results.

The choice between herbal remedies and pharmaceutical drugs depends on various factors, including the severity and nature of the health condition, individual health status, and the desired therapeutic outcomes.

Certain conditions, especially chronic ones, may find relief through herbal medicine without the harsh side effects associated with some pharmaceutical drugs. These side effects may range from mild discomfort to more severe complications, impacting individual’s quality of life during treatment. In such cases, some people explore the potential benefits of herbal remedies as a supportive or alternative approach.

Here are a few examples of drugs that can be safely substituted with herbal medicine:

Antacids prescribed for gastro-eosophageal reflux disease (GORD), like Gaviscone, Rennie.

Side effects: Impaired absorption, magnesium versions can be laxative, aluminium versions can be constipating, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, flatulence constipation, abdominal pain, headache, dizziness, rashes, fatigue. Increased risk of dysbiosis and SIBO (Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) via lowering stomach acid. 

Statins, prescribed for high cholesterol, high triglycerides. Drugs: Atorvastatin, Fluvastatin, Pravastatin, Simvastatin, etc. Side effects: muscle soreness and wasting (rhabdomyolysis), digestion disturbance, headaches, fatigue, insomnia.

Statins depleted Co-enzyme Q10 which is essential in cell function and healthy reproduction.

It may increase the uptake of retinol (vitamin A) which then may build up to toxic levels.

Diuretics, prescribed for hypertension, pulmonary edema, chronic heart failure, edema. Drugs: Bendroflumethiazide, Indapamide, Furosemide, Amiloride, Triamterene, etc. Side effects: Mineral loss especially hypokalaemia- potassium loss, hypotension, digestion disturbance, constipation, impotence, fatigue, muscle weakness palpitations and arrhythmias, nausea.

In some cases, herbal remedies may complement conventional pharmaceutical treatments or be used as a preventive measure. 

HRT, Hormone Replacement Therapy, prescribed for the management of menopausal symptoms. Side effects: Increased risk of endometrial and breast cancer. Herbal therapy is highly effective for the management of menopausal discomfort. 



Yes, herbal remedies have the potential to interfere with allopathic medications. As a medicine, they contain active compounds that may interact with the pharmacological effects of allopathic medications. These interactions can either enhance or reduce the efficacy of the medications.

Several herbs can affect the metabolism of drugs by influencing the activity of enzymes in the liver, which are responsible for breaking down medications. This can result in either increased or decreased levels of the drugs in the body, potentially leading to adverse effects or reduced therapeutic benefits.

It is important for individuals using allopathic medications to inform their Herbal Medicine practitioner about any pharmaceutical medication they are taking. Qualified Herbalist can then assess the potential for interactions and make adjustments to the treatment plan if necessary. This communication is essential for ensuring the safety and effectiveness of the overall therapeutic regimen.

Modern Science Supports the Healing Power of Herbal Medicine

The field of modern science is showing increasing interest in the therapeutic potential of plants that have been used in traditional medicine for millennia. Researchers are seeking confirmation that herbal remedies possess the capacity to ameliorate a range of health issues, including some of the most severe diseases.

A growing body of evidence supports the use of plant-based medicines for various health concerns, and recent studies have highlighted their efficacy in addressing complex health challenges. The convergence of ancient wisdom and modern science is illuminating the true potential of herbal medicine for promoting health and wellness.

The relevance of herbal medicine is also evidenced by the growing interest in plant-based therapies in the medical community. In recent years, there has been a renewed emphasis on the study of medicinal plants and their potential therapeutic effects. This has led to the development of new herbal remedies and identification of many new compounds that have medicinal properties.

In addition to it’s therapeutic benefits, herbal medicine also offers a more holistic approach to health. It treats not only the symptoms of a particular condition but also addresses the underlying root causes.

The use of herbal medicine has been recognized and integrated into modern medicine, with the World Health Organization (WHO) placing importance on traditional medicine and herbal remedies as complementary to modern medicine. 

The knowledge of the healing properties of herbs passed down through generations, has stood the test of time and continues to be relevant today. By integrating modern science with ancient wisdom, herbal medicine offers a natural and effective approach to promoting healing and overall health.

Explore the vast potential of Herbal Medicine and Naturopathy, and discover the benefits it can bring to your life.
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