A herbal medicine is usually taken in liquid form as a mixture of tinctures. Tinctures are liquid extracts of herbs and a typical herbal medicine may contain up to nine. They are taken in small amounts and are very subtle but powerful in the way that they work. Typically the herbal medicine is taken as a 5ml dose (a teaspoonful) three times daily. Herbs may also be prescribed as tablets, capsules or as a tea.
Founder of the Lincoln Herbal Treatment Centre in 1985, Andrew has built a busy and successful practice in Lincoln over almost 30 years.
The Lincoln Herbal Treatment Centre is the longest established, nationally known, centre of excellence for herbal treatment in the County.
He is also Course Leader for Lincoln University’s degree in Herbal Medicine (B.Sc, (Hons) Herbal Medicine)
Using ancient traditions of herbal medicine together with a modern understanding of science and therapeutics, Andrew has developed an effective and innovative holistic approach to the practice of herbal medicine.