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Types of medicines and costs
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Types of medicines / Costs

Types of medicines and cost based on a month’s supply. The following prices are an estimated cost from 2019.

Powdered Herbs

Cost: £20-£30

The herb is dried and ground into a powder. They can be used internally or externally.

Capsules

Cost: £30- £40

These are simply a powdered formula that I put into vegetarian capsules making them easier to take. Ideal for people who find the taste of powdered herbs unpalatable!

TINCTURES

Cost: £40-45

Herbs are soaked in alcohol so that the beneficial constituents are absorbed. This is believed to be the strongest form of a remedy as it goes straight into the bloodstream and its effects can be felt quickly.

Glycerites

Cost: £40-£45

The non-alcoholic equivalent to tinctures. This makes it great for children or where alcohol is not suitable. They also taste sweet.

Bach Flower Remedy

Cost: £5

A tailor-made remedy that can be added to any drink. I also can add them directly to a tincture or glycerite formula, for an additional charge of £1.

 

Oils

Cost: £10- £15

Great for rubbing onto the skin for pain relief and to soothe irritated or dry skin. Herbs are soaked in a variety of oils such as almond or olive oil. I tend to use them as a base to my creams and ointments.

Creams and ointments

Cost: £8- £12

Great for rubbing onto the skin for pain relief and to soothe irritated or dry skin. Herbal infused oils or tinctures are added to a base cream or ointment. I make it with local beeswax and organic fair trade  cocoa butter.

 

Teas and decoctions

Cost: £6 – £12

One of the oldest ways of taking herbal medicine. Dried or fresh herbs are steeped in hot water.
Flowers and leaves are infused in for 5 mins as a tea.
Roots and bark are commonly decocted.
Simmered in hot water for 30mins.

Types of medicines / Costs

Capsules

Cost: £30- £40

These are simply a powdered formula that I put into vegetarian capsules making them easier to take. Ideal for people who find the taste of powdered herbs unpalatable!

Powders

Cost: £20-£30

The herb is dried and ground into a powder. They can be used internally or externally.

Teas and decoctions

Cost: £6 – £12

One of the oldest ways of taking herbal medicine. Dried or fresh herbs are steeped in hot water.
Flowers and leaves are infused in for 5 mins as a tea.
Roots and bark are commonly decocted. Boiled in hot water for 30mins.

Tinctures

Cost: £40-45

Herbs are soaked in alcohol so that the beneficial constituents are absorbed. This is believed to be the strongest form of a remedy as it goes straight into the bloodstream and its effects can be felt quickly.

Glycerites

Cost: £40-£45

The non-alcoholic equivalent to tinctures. This makes it great for children or where alcohol is not suitable. They also taste sweet.

Powdered herbs

Cost: £20-£30

The herb is dried and ground into a powder. They can be used internally or externally.

Oils

Cost: £10- £15

Great for rubbing onto the skin for pain relief and to soothe irritated or dry skin. Herbs are soaked in a variety of oils such as almond or olive oil. I tend to use them as a base to my creams and ointments.

Creams and ointments

Cost: £8- £10

Great for rubbing onto the skin for pain relief and to soothe irritated or dry skin. Herbs are soaked in a variety of oils such as almond or olive oil. I tend to use them as a base to my creams and ointments.

Bach Flower Remedy

Cost: £5



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