Interview with My Alma Mater: Wellpark College of Natural Therapies

Here's a recent interview with Wellpark College of Natural Therapies where I graduated with a degree in Naturopathy and Herbal Medicine 2 years ago: https://wellpark.ac.nz/bachelor-of-naturopathy-and-herbal-medicine/ "International Student John Tang joined Wellpark College of Natural Therapies in 2019 in pursuit of knowledge. John had turned to natural therapies in Singapore to help manage an arthritic autoimmune disease and … Continue reading Interview with My Alma Mater: Wellpark College of Natural Therapies

Herbal Tea Eye Bath

Recently I've been teaching some clients how to make full use of their herbal teas by using an Eye Bath cup! (video below) Certain teas like Calendula, Fennel & Chamomile are excellent for washing your eyes and strengthening your vision. Besides eye baths, I have also made customized herbal eye sprays to relieve tired eyes, … Continue reading Herbal Tea Eye Bath

Eating but not Digesting?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHUo3mSs4Jc Did you know osteoporosis, high cholesterol and even dementia is associated with poor digestive health? Watch our latest presentation to learn more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHUo3mSs4Jc

Vervain

Vervain (Verbena officinalis) for those with very driven personalities. Keywords: strain; stress; tension; over-enthusiasm/over-effort to the point of physical exhaustion, illness or nervous breakdown. "Vervain is the remedy against over-effort. It teaches us that it is by being rather than doing that great things are accomplished" We are having a new intake for our Phytotherapy … Continue reading Vervain

Taking Your Own Medicine?

Can Doctors take their own medicine just to see its effects (and side effects) on the body? Obviously not because its too strong! But guess what? We herbalists can! 😊 That's an advantage we have as we can try the herbs and experience first hand how it works in our bodies. This is a Horsechestnut … Continue reading Taking Your Own Medicine?

Phyto-Vira

Our Phyto-Vira is starting to get popular overseas as well! This army of 30 immune-boosting herbal blends will be making its way down to Hong-Kong. Many Singaporeans have already used this blend successfully to treat all kinds of colds and flu, as well as a daily preventative from falling sick. To find out more: https://www.leaftolife.com.sg/en/phyto-vira

Spelt – the best grain!

SPELT - The best grain we recommend for a hot, hearty breakfast bowl! 😋 "Spelt is the best grain, warming, lubricating, and of high nutritional value. It is better tolerated by the body than any other grains. Spelt provides its consumer with good flesh and good blood and confers a cheerful disposition. It provides a … Continue reading Spelt – the best grain!

Lungwort

"Lungwort is an old European lung remedy, useful for cough by reducing irritation and helping to allay chronic cough hacking and wheezing. I used it very well for chronic asthmatic patients worsened by humid weather (Singapore?). Herbalists included lungwort in formulas for tuberculosis, bronchitis, whooping cough, and lung infections. Lungwort 是一種古老的歐洲肺藥,可通過減少刺激和幫助緩解慢性咳嗽和喘息來治療咳嗽。我將它很好地用於因潮濕天氣而惡化的慢性哮喘患者(新加坡?)。 西方草藥師在治療肺結核、支氣管炎、百日咳和肺部感染的配方中加入Lungwort" - Dr Sebastian … Continue reading Lungwort

My first Public Herbal Class!

I will be giving my first public herbal class on our top herbs for stress, aging and age-related diseases! Do share with your family/friends! 🙂 Title: "Is Your Stress Killing You?" Date: 2 June 2022, Thursday, 10am Available first on our Telegram Channel: https://t.me/+mjdGPZUPn0IxZGZl (Pls display name and number when joining) Follow us & sign … Continue reading My first Public Herbal Class!

Free herbal Class on heart attack

Is there a natural alternative to treat and prevent a heart attack? Join us for a free Phytotherapy lecture on about herbal and naturopathic treatment and prevention of cardiovascular disease. "Never Too Young to Have a Heart Attack" The link will be shared on May 31,10am on our Telegram channel. To join: https://t.me/+xqH-kQrSgXBmMzll Note: Please … Continue reading Free herbal Class on heart attack