Iulia Barta Medical Herbalist in Kent
Please feel free to contact me by phone or email or using the form below with any questions or for appointment enquiries.
I am happy to be contacted for a free, no-obligation chat prior to booking to discuss your individual needs and find out how I can help you.
I try my best to respond to all enquiries within 48 hours, so if you don’t hear back from me in this timescale please check your junk-mail folder. You are welcome to contact me on my mobile and if necessary leave a voice/text message.
  • Available by appointment
  • Revitalize Clinic in Gravesend. Telephone/ video consultations may also be available.

Gravesend Practice

Within Revitalize Health and Fitness Clinic

168 Windmill St, Gravesend  DA12 1AH

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Hare Krishna spiritual food. Every Friday from 7pm at the Quakers meeting house on Rochester, mantra chanting, dancing, spiritual talks and nice friendships. There are Hare Krishna groups all over the world. ... See MoreSee Less

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Making 4 big creams today, 2 for psoriasis and 2 for eczema. My patients find that these help soothe and calm their skin and that there's nothing quite like them out there on the market. As you can see, many carefully-chosen natural ingredients go into these medicinal creams, all mixed into a hypo-allergenic base of hemp seed and aloe vera. Skin is an external representation of complex processes within our body so a lot of the healing happens through internal cleansing via diet, meditation and learning to express feelings such as anger and frustration in a safe way.

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Nice to see fellow medical herbalists feature in the METRO newspaper.

"According to Laura Stannard, president of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists, more of us are opening our minds to alternative methods.

‘We believe a lot of this comes from a general increase, especially among the under-30s, in people considering what they put into their bodies and the potential long-term effects,’ she says. ‘The reduction in meat-eating, smoking and alcohol consumption are more visible signs but a consideration of reducing pharmaceutical use seems to be emerging.

‘The difficulty in getting GP appointments and the shorter length of them is also encouraging people to explore herbal medicine. There’s also a likely reaction to the increases in antimicrobial resistance linked with antibiotic usage levels.’"

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I've been interviewed by the Newlands plant Nursery from Essex. Listen to the 30min podcast HERE

"Learn about Iulia's experiences in Romania where natural remedies are highly appreciated as part of the culture". Listen on iTunes or on our website 👉

Newlands Nursery

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