How much will it cost?

Your first appointment

First appointments cost £50, payable on the day, and I currently accept payment by cash, debit / credit card or cheque. The herbal medicine itself does vary in cost (different people need different types and amounts), but a typical tincture prescription costs £8 per week. I usually make 2-3 week’s worth of prescription at the first appointment. I don’t charge any extra for nutritional information sheets or helpful print-outs. Neither do I charge for letters or emails.

If I need to send your herbs to you, they’ll be sent via first class post, and the cost for postage is £4.50 (up to 1 litre / 1kg).

At the end of your first appointment, we’ll also arrange a time and date for your first follow-up appointment. You can find out more about these here.

Your subsequent appointments

Follow-ups are £25, payable on the day, by cash, debit / credit card or cheque. It’s usually a good idea to meet up every 1-2 months, until the point that you no longer require herbal medicine, or until we reach a point where you can arrange repeat prescriptions. At a later point in the course of your treatment, if it’s appropriate or easier for you, telephone or Skype appointments can be arranged instead of in-person meet-ups, which also cost £25, but most people do find that in-person appointments are more beneficial and that they “get more out of them”.

Herbal medicine prescription prices

Herbal tincture (per 100ml – usually 1 week of medicine) : £8.00
[ 2 week supply of 200ml = £16.00 ]
[ 3 week supply of 300ml = £24.00 ]
[ 4 week supply of 400ml = £32.00 ]
[ 5 week supply of 500ml = £40.00 ]

Herbal dropper blend (20ml) : £5.00
Herbal dropper blend (50ml) : £8.00

Herbal tea blend (50g)  : £5.00

Herbal creams (30g) : £4.00
Herbal creams (60g) : £6.00

Herbal bespoke-made capsules : £0.15 each

Herbal bespoke-made ointments / salves (60g) : £8.00

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Hannah Sylvester, Medical Herbalist, Lincoln

Hannah Sylvester, Medical Herbalist, BSc (Hons) MNIMH. Medical Herbalist and Lecturer

Hannah graduated from the University of Lincoln with a first class BSc (Hons) degree in Herbal Medicine. She is a registered Member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists (founded in 1864, the oldest professional organisation in the U.K. representing medical herbalists). Hannah lectures on the Clinical Diagnostic Skills module for the BSc Herbal Medicine degree course at Lincoln and is also a NIMH New Members’ Scheme Mentor. She is also a fully qualified first aider, workshop leader and regularly features on local radio and in the press.


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