Women’s Clinic


PMS, libido, menopause, fertility, endometriosis, poly cystic ovarian syndrome, fibroids, vaginal health, chronic urinary tract infections – there are many problems that are unique to us women! The Hormone Clinic aims to deal with any or all of these as it affects you. Hormonal problems seem to affect people either from a young age or they may not develop until later in life or after having children. Signs of hormonal imbalance usually start with mild PMS symptoms which may include irritability, breast tenderness, food cravings, mood changes, painful periods or any melody  of symptoms. We often put up with these symptoms until they become so uncomfortable we decide to seek help. Whilst going onto the contraceptive pill can solve many of these problems, in the long term the contraceptive pill can have unwanted side effects by adding to the liver’s job of metabolising and clearing these from the body. Even using hormonal herbs can temporarily mask these symptoms but offer no long term protection. We often know that there are triggers but we haven’t put our finger on it clearly. The good news is that we can use herbs and key nutrients to help with your symptoms, and at the same time we can start identifying underlying causes, triggers and warning signs for ourselves meaning we preserve our fertility and help the transition to menopause long before it occurs.

Our Women’s Clinic specialises in helping you identify your potential triggers and warning signs as we help you become more competent at learning how to influence your hormones with foods, herbs and self-care. In your appointment we go over the foods and skin products you are consuming and determine what you should be eating and using instead. We start you off on a herbal & nutritional programme designed to treat your particular melody of signs & symptoms which may include liver function, gut health or stress levels. As we see you in follow up appointments, we see what works for you and we are able to paint you a picture of how to look after your hormones by looking at it as a part of you that is affected by the rest of your body.

If  we don’t manage our hormones when they first become a problem, then the factors that drive these complaints continue, making the hormonal cascade eventually get out of control. What we need to remember is that stress, diet and gut health influences our hormones as well as the products we use in our homes so we can start to look at our hormones as a sign of what is going on inside our body. If our liver isn’t performing optimally, our hormones are going to be affected in the long run. Treating the underlying cause is the only way we can effectively treat our hormones and our general health at the same time. Stress is also a key player in managing hormonal complaints. So when we treat the hormones we are really treating the gut, liver, bowel and brain! What started off as a genetic tendency of lower hormonal clearance {nature} becomes a problem associated with environmental triggers {nurture}.

If you want to find out how to look after your hormones, book into the following Womens Clinic:

  • 1 hour appointment ~ We go over your symptoms and talk about what your warning signs, triggers, and underlying causes are. We alert you to what herbs and nutrients you need to start the process of healing the hormones.
  • 45 minute follow up ~ You then go away and practice these new habits, taking herbs and supplements and finding the nutrients from your diet, coming back for a 45 minute follow up 1 month later to discuss the changes and results.
  • 30 minute follow up ~ Further changes to your diet take longer to implement and if things are going well another month later a maintenance plan can be made. For others, time and patience may require that you work on it for longer to get the desired results.

Further follow up appointments can be made in order to further track your progress.

All appointments involve a referral to a medical practitioner if necessary.

To book: Fill out the form below and make your purchase. We will get in touch to make a suitable time.



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