Maggie Pope
is a Medical Herbalist

Practising in
Bridgwater, Somerset

Get in Touch Maggie Pope

 

The First Visit

Book yourself in here:  http://meetme.so/MaggiePope

At the first visit the Medical Herbalist will begin by taking a full case history, past medical history and family history. You will be asked a series of questions which relate to each system of your body to provide a good understanding of your general health. Diet, lifestyle and emotional state are all taken into consideration. Blood pressure is usually taken on the first visit and physical examinations may be performed if indicated. A urine test will be carried out if necessary.

After the consultation you will be asked to wait while the practitioner prepares your prescribed medicine.

Charges:

Adults
First Appointment: 1.5 hours £50
Follow up appointments: £35

Children
First appointment up to 1 hour £35
Follow up appointment £15

Plus cost of medication: Tinctures £7.50/100mls

Medicinal Teas mixed individually £15/200g, £7.50/100g, £4.00/50g

Creams & Salves: 120ml £12.00/ 60ml £6.00/ 30ml £3.00

Payment by card, cash, cheque 

Home Visits

In certain circumstances I carry out home visits. This is  for the old, the chronically infirm and those too acutely ill to come out. Prices from £60 for each visit to cover travel costs and extra time. If you would like a home visit either call or email to discuss practicalities.

Blog

Talking to the WI about Weeds

January 13, 2017

I went to a village on the edge of the Quantock Hills last night to give a talk on all the weeds in their garden that they could just use for medicine, if they were so inclined. I was given the option of not coming as half of their members phoned in to say they wouldn’t venture […]

Back to work at The School of Herbal Medicine

January 7, 2017

  After the Christmas break we have started the new year with seminars in Materia Medica and Pharmacy. I teach the Pharmacy and Herbal Therapeutics modules. Our herbal monographs in the Materia Medica module are not cut and pasted from other people’s work, but each herb is thoroughly researched from several sources, from practical experience […]

Trundlings…

October 25, 2016

In the midst of writing the modules for our professional diploma, and actually teaching on it, and seeing patients, and making up prescriptions, I do like a spot of trundling around in the countryside picking stuff and seeing what is growing where. Today, roaming along the canal with two little grandsons collecting willow for me […]