Days at Natureworks
Tuesdays and by appointment
T. 020 7629 2927

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First Session
60 min? -? ?50
Follow up
30 min? -? ?35

Edward Berger

Herbal Medicine, Naturopathy, Iridology

Detoxify, De-stress, Rebalance, Rejuvenate.

Herbal medicine is the oldest healing system in the world and uses natural plant remedies to relax, stimulate, cleanse or strengthen organs and systems whose dysfunction has lead to illness. The remedies work by supporting the body’s natural healing powers.? They are safe, effective and are supported by thousands of years of continual use, as well as by modern scientific research. Naturopathy views illness as a loss of our natural ‘balance’ and adopts a holistic approach to stimulate healing, considering the effects of stress, diet, lifestyle, environmental and other? factors when assessing health and designing treatments. Iridology interprets the colours, textures and structures of the iris in the eye to gain insight into toxin accumulation, nutritional deficiency and the innate strengths and weaknesses of the body, thereby providing vital information for creating treatment programs which can dramatically transform your health.

What it is best for
Low energy: poor concentration and memory.
Reduced immunity: frequent colds and infections.
Stress: anxiety, insomnia, depression, headaches.
Hormonal imbalance: menopause, PMS, infertility, prostatitis. Digestive disturbance: IBS, indigestion, inflammatory bowel disease.
Respiratory problems: asthma, coughs, sinusitis, allergies. Cardiovascular problems: hypertension, varicose veins, palpitations.
Skin conditions: eczema, psoriasis, acne.
Joint and muscle disease: arthritis, rheumatism.

Edward Berger has been practicing as a herbalist and naturopath for five years and is a member of the Unified Register of Herbal Practitioners and Guild of Naturopathic Iridologists. As well as running a busy private practice in London, Edward is a lecturer in Herbal Medicine for the College of Naturopathic Medicine; acts as herbal medicine expert and columnist for Healthy magazine; and gives regular talks on natural medicine. In addition, Edward works as a herbalist for a number of charities and? garden projects, promoting the cultivation and use of medicinal plants.