Herbal medicine uses plants that have naturally occurring medicinal compounds with therapeutic effects on human physiology. The effectiveness of plants to treat ill health is continuously validated by pharmacological research and clinical trials.
Some health complaints that can be helped by herbal medicine include:
– digestive problems such as irritable bowel and indigestion
– menopausal symptoms
– muscular joint aches and pains
– mild to moderate depression
– some infections such as sinusitis
– common cold
– stress and sleep issues
– skin problems
– fatigue and low energy
Further information on herbal medicine can be found at http://www.herbalist.org.uk/
The first appointment lasts about an hour and involves a detailed case history about the health complaint of the patient, past medical history, lifestyle, diet, allergies, body systems (respiratory, cardiovascular, digestive, nervous, musculoskeletal, urinary, gynaecological and skin) and past and current medications. The patient is requested to bring any medications including results of tests and investigations.
After the case history a physical examination is performed with consent from the patient. If necessary the patient may be referred to their GP for further checks.
A brief phone call is made before the initial consultation to see if herbal medicine will be suitable for the individual’s health problem. After a consultation the treatment is personalised to each individual. The aim is to optimise health with a holistic approach, to aid in self-healing by nourishing the mind, body and soul. Working with the individual, this is achieved by the use of whole plant medicines and advice on nutrition and lifestyle.
Follow-ups appointments will usually be two weeks after the first visit to review progress. Further appointments are spaced out at four to six week intervals. Thereafter a longer time is usually left between consultations.
Khalda has her own herbal dispensary and stocks mainly organic herbal medicine, from reputable UK herbal suppliers. Herbs prescribed under consultation are the safest way to use natural medicine alongside conventional drugs.
Your herbal practitioner
Khalda Mohammed is a qualified and insured Medical Herbalist. She is a member of the College of Practitioners of Phytotherapy (http://www.thecpp.uk/), a professional body for Western herbal medicine practitioners. She follows their strict guidelines on ethics, practice and confidentiality.
Khalda obtained a BSc in Herbal Medicine from the University of East London, an accredited degree programme by the European Herbal and Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association (EHTPA) (http://ehtpa.eu/), which included the study of anatomy, physiology, pathology, diagnostic skills, pharmacology, dispensing, nutrition, herbal medicine, and a minimum of 500 clinic hours.
Khalda has a passion to help people improve their health and wellbeing. She continuously adds to her knowledge by attending educational events and keeping up to date with the latest evidence-based research in nutrition, plant medicines and lifestyle as well as developments in understanding of the root cause of health conditions.
This HerbMark is a kite mark of quality that enables members of the public to choose a herbalist who is fully qualified and fit to practise. The HerbMark is used by practitioners who are members of professional associations affiliated to the European Herbal and Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association (EHTPA), and whose members meet the strict standards of practice.
For enquiries or to book an appointment please contact Khalda Mohammed 07852 497401 or email
First consultation 1 hour £80 + cost of herbal medicines
Follow up 40 minutes £60 + cost of herbal medicines
Tinctures – £10 / 100ml (approximately one week’s medicine)
Teas – £8 /100g
Creams/lotions/balms – £6 / 30ml
Other medicines – individually priced
Medicines can also be dispatched with an additional fee to cover postage and packaging.
Please give 24 hours notice to cancel your appointment otherwise a full fee will be applied for the consultation.