Quality Herbal Medicines

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The suppliers of my herbal medicines all work to Good Manufacturing Practice standards in modern facilities where quality control is paramount. There have been concerns in the past over imported far-eastern products that were found to be contaminated with pharmaceutical drugs or heavy metals. Such problems cannot arise with the medicines I use. To read more about the quality of one of my suppliers click here.

My suppliers also take sustainability seriously taking into account endangered species, fair trade and farming practices. Many herbs are grown organically and some of my suppliers are accredited to Soil Association standards. For further information on sustainability click here.

I have a good working relationship with my suppliers and can draw on their expertise when needed.

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CORONAVIRUS — We are providing remote services during lockdown. Phone consultations replace clinic visits. Medicines can be posted or collected. (click for full details)


Rosemary Cottage Clinic is open for new and existing patients, however, due to the coronavirus lockdown, clinic visits are unavailable. Instead, all consultations will be carried out by phone or Skype.

Arrangements during lockdown:

Are still available by phone or Skype.

Medicines and Supplements
Medicines can be collected by arrangement from porch, or sent to you by mail

Vitamin D light
From April 15th the sun at midday (1pm) is strong enough to induce vitamin-D formation in the South of England (article here)