I've got a blog now. Everyone else seems to be doing it, so I thought I'd better get on board. PLEASE visit and post your thoughts, comments, suggestions and ideas so that I'll learn how to use the damn thing - I'm not getting any younger you know! It's called 'Herbal Reflections'. There are no particular rules other than keep it clean, be polite, and no overt advertising. Topics under discussion will include medicinal herbs, growing herbs, cooking with herbs, making lotions and potions, and anything else you fancy.
Please note that your post will not appear instantly, because I have to filter out all the irksome spam first, but rest assured all your comments, good and bad, will be uploaded.
You should continue to contact me at my email address (see bottom of page) if you have an urgent question as I won't be logging in (or should that be 'blogging in'?) on a daily basis.
Contact: email@example.com Please complete the 'Subject' heading or your email will be assumed to be spam and automatically deleted. Before you contact me, I'd be grateful if you would please check to see if this website has the answer to your question (search box at the top of the homepage) - I have time to answer only a few of the many emails that arrive in my inbox every day. See also the statement below:
For your safety I am prohibited from giving specific medical advice to individuals over the internet or telephone so please do not waste your time or mine by emailing or calling me with detailed information about your health problems - I can only undertake face-to-face consultations for what should be obvious reasons. Diagnoses cannot be made remotely, and I am unable to offer any advice or treatment until I am completely satisfied that I know what I'm dealing with! The herb profiles and treatment suggestions on this website will help enable you to choose which herbs might be appropriate for minor ailments. For more serious or chronic conditions you should seek professional advice. This is particularly important if you are taking medication from your doctor or pharmacist, as some herbs can interact adversely with other drugs. If you would like to have a consultation with a medical herbalist then you should click here then scroll to 'Professional Organisations' at the bottom of the page to find a qualified practitioner in your area.
Christine Haughton, MA MNIMH MCPP FRSPH
Wold Farm, West Heslerton, Malton, North Yorkshire YO17 8RY, UK
Last updated 27th November 2014 ęPurple Sage Botanicals