The first visit with our herbalist, Kolbrún, takes about an hour. During the consult your medical history, diet and activity level are examined in detail. It‘s most common that people seek the advice of a herbalist after they have been diagnosed by a medical doctor. In some cases people are advised to seek treatment by traditional means or to get a further diagnosis from a medical doctor. At the end of each consult Kolbrún determines how long treatment should last and most of the time she prescribes individualized herbal blends, all depending on what each person needs.
Kolbrún makes diet and exercise suggestions if needed. After about 4 weeks a 30 minutes follow up consult is scheduled, where the results are evaluated, changes made if needed and further treatment scheduled if needed.
Call 552-1103 to make an appointment or book at www.noona.is/jurtaapotekid
Kolbrún has a consultation room at her shop, Jurtaapótek, located in Laugavegur 70, 101 Reykjavík.
Phone consults are available for those not living in the capital area.
Herbalism has been used for centuries as treatments for all manner of ailments and diseases. People often seek the advice of Kolbrún when suffering from long term illnesses where traditional medicine hasn’t worked.
Herbalism can’t move mountains and not all illnesses are cured, but a lot of healing herbs are available that can help with the following illnesses:
- Digestive problems
- Acid reflux
- Edema / Bloating
- Anxiety / Stress / Depression
- Chronic fatigue
- Skin problems
- Lack of energy
- Recurring colds
- Food intolerances
- Hormonal imbalance
- Insomnia etc.