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June Beaton
MSc BSc (Hons) LicAc

For Appointments:
t: 020 3565 8400
m: 077 4078 6012
jbeaton1@me.com

Practices:

The Cove Spa
300-302 Chiswick High Rd
London W4 1NP
020 8995 2293

Stillpoint Centre for Wellbeing
18 Devonshire Row
London EC2M 4RH
(3 min walk from Liverpool Street Tube)

KATAOKA Clinic
9 Spring Bridge Mews
Ealing Broadway
London W5 2AB

Home visits
By appointment

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Herbal medicine has been used globally as part of a traditional system of medicine for over thousands of years and to this day, nearly 80% of the world’s population still use herbal medicine in primary healthcare.

When used as a whole plant, herbs that are prescribed under the care of qualified practitioners are safe and effective in both acute and chronic conditions with fewer side effects. There are around 10,000 medicinal plants that contain vital plant chemical constituents, such as flavonoids, terpenoids, lignans, sulfides, polyphenolics, carotenoids, coumarins, saponins, plant sterols, curcumins and phthalides, all known to treat diseases.

Several of these plant chemicals work synergistically to promote health by strengthening and supporting the immune system, improve the vitality of a weak constitution due to stress or illness and encourage the body’s innate ability to return to good health. Studies show that many herbs contain powerful antioxidant properties to treat chronic illnesses. They may protect the body from harmful viruses and tumour growth.


Effective herbal strategies are indicated in the following areas of health and disease:

  • Prevention, control and adjuvant treatment of cancer
  • cardiovascular disease
  • diseases associated with ageing
  • liver diseases
  • hypercholesterolaemia
  • autoimmune disorders
  • allergic and inflammatory conditions
  • acute infections
  • fatigue
  • weakened immune system
  • infertility
  • mental and physical performance
Herbal medicine helps to facilitate the body’s homeodynamicism, thereby supporting a delicate balance of yin and yang harmony. It empowers the patient through the mind, body and spirit.

The benefits of using herbal medicine are not only for treating a disease or condition, they are used essentially for the prevention of illness and maintenance of health. They can be used as effective adjuvant therapies with conventional medicine to reduce side effects of potent drug medications.

By making a difference in herbal practice in the 21st century, herbal preparations and products prescribed at therapeutic doses are produced to a high standard, adhering to and compliance with the requirements of pGMP (pharmaceutical Good Manufacturing Practice). Nearly 90% of herbal medicine and products prescribed at the practice are produced from bio-dynamic and organic methods and are specifically formulated to an individual patient’s needs in a wide range of plant based materials for internal and external use. They are administered in the form of tinctures, fluid extracts, syrups, juices, capsules, tablets, teas, creams, pessaries and suppositories.

 



 

acupuncture, herbal medicine and nutrition therapy have been found to be effective in the following areas of healthcare management:

pain relief
Migraine, headaches, arthritis, lower back pain, neck and shoulder pain …acupuncture releases endorphins and immune cells to control pain

male and female infertility & IVF
BMJ review suggests that acupuncture is supportive of IVF and that given with embryo transfer improves pregnancy rates and live birth. Increase sperm count, improve sperm mobility

pregnancy and childbirth
Nutrition, antenatal care, preparation for labour, breech presentation and induction. Acupuncture assisted labour and pain relief. Postnatal care.

gynaecology
PMS, Menopause, PCOS, Endometriosis, infertility

mental health
Stress, anxiety and depression, chronic fatigue, mood disorders, Alzeheimer’s

immune system
Colds and flu - chicken soup for wellbeing and preventive medicine against infections

weight gain/loss
We are what we eat for weight and health management

skin
Psoriasis, acne and eczema

ageing
Plump up your skin with a holistic alternative to Botox and plastic surgery with facial acupuncture

digestion
Peptic ulcers, colitis, IBS, candida, Crohn’s

 

 

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