No more arthritis pain and medication with acupuncture

Magda shares her story on how she stopped her medication and getting pain from arthritis

After a few weeks of treatments I stopped medication and I can finally lift my baby without pain.

Hello, my name is Magda and I have suffered from rheumatoid arthtitis for over three years. Two years ago I went to rheumatologist and started medication but after my baby was born I had a masive flare up.

I was breastfeeding so I decided to try acupuncture because I didn’t want to take stronger medicine and poison my body.

Happily my friend recommended Sarah to me and believe me, she is the best. After few weeks of treatments I stopped medication and I can finally lift my baby without pain.

I think acupuncture is worth trying because you lose nothing, but you can gain life in comfort again.


Endometriosis pain gone in 3 treatments

Gosia visits Natural Medical Clinic for help with her symptoms from Endometriosis.

After 3 treatments the painful periods she was experiencing had gone.

Gosia decided to have monthly treatments to keep reducing the inflammation in her body, helping to keep inflammatory conditions like endometriosis at bay.

Being part of a success story like this is so common in Natural Medical Clinic. We aim to keep bringing you video testimonials for you to hear success stories in:


šŸ’«Fungal nail


šŸ’« Fertility


šŸ’«Frozen shoulder




And many moreā€¦

Thank you for sharing your story Gosia.


Manuka Honey helps clear skin conditions: Psoriasis, Eczema, Dermatitis, Cellulitis

Medical grade manuka honey to the rescue

Natural Medical Clinic has come across a product that is making a significant difference to skin conditions that sharing the information with you has become inevitable.

The product is honey and in particular manuka honey. Medical grade manuka honey is an anti-bacterial that helps to clear the skin by balancing the PH levels.

This ancient, well studied product was known for the healing of wounds. The anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory honey was used to prevent infection and combined with cod liver oil treated ulcers, burns, boils and nearly all types of wounds.

Fast toward to the present day, honey has a direct nutrient effect on reducing inflammation and because of the presence of a wide range of amino acids, vitamins and trace elements this natural wonder stimulates tissue regeneration, repairing the skin.

Honey has shown to activate the physiological response for your body to fight infection. The unique physical and chemical properties continues to rapidly suppress inflammation helping more than skin conditions by treating sore throats and tonsillitis time and time again.

Honey is relatively free of adverse effects. Topical application of honey may lead to a stinging sensation because of naked nerve endings coming in contact with acidity of honey. The sensation should subside but if it persists remove the ointment and seek medical advice. Otherwise, honey is described in different forms as soothing, relieving pain and to be non-irritating.

As medical grade manuka honey is sticky the ointment is best applied to a plaster before covering the area. Use the product over night for consecutive nights until your symptoms have eased. If the condition is on your hands or feet cover the area and then put socks or gloves on.

When you discontinue the use of this product your symptoms may arise because you have not addressed the root cause of your condition. If this is the case please seek further advice.

Please continue to share this information with anyone who needs it.

Natural Medical Clinic is a self commissioned business bringing natural medicine to the mainstream by educating, researching and discovering ground breaking studies.

To be part of many people’s journey and successfully assisting in their pregnancy is a dream come true as infertility and wanting to understand natural medicine to make the body fertile was a huge inspiration to stay dedicated on the difficult journey of understanding the body and mind.

Healing personal back pain, ankle injuries, wrist weakness, tennis elbow, period pain, IBS and countless conditions on others the power of natural medicine if fully embedded in many people’s lives.

Join in and be part of the continuing success and discovery of how natural medicine can help you.

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How to take care of your health

Congratulations for being here, whichever way you found your way in, you are part of the group that puts health as a priority and that should be celebrated.

Healthcare is a daily requirement and a conscious thought process. You want to think of your health at least once a day and care for your wellbeing. Make a conscious action at least once a day to take part in an activity that benefits your health.


šŸ’§Actively drink more water for a month. Record your energy levels and how engaged your body and mind are before and after the challenge.  

šŸŽŽĀ Have an acupuncture treatment once a month.

šŸ“Ā Switch to a smoothie twice a week for breakfast.

šŸŒ¹TakeĀ part in Qi Gong once a week.

šŸ•ÆDaily breathing exercises for two weeks.

Pick an incentive and take control of your healthcare. Mix and match which incentives you want to use to help your healthcare.

There are so many options to improve your energy and impact your workload from ground up. Be wise with the choices you make because your body feeds off the information you provide. If your body does not like the way you are handling your health the effects creep up on you.

As the first choice, choose to take care of your health and you will work out the rest. If all else fails, fall back on the healthcare system but be careful when you must choose medication and surgery because you are heading to the path of side effects.

See some of our most loved posts and articles on our healthcare blog:

How acupuncture helps with weight loss

Feel your heart rate change with coffee

How acupuncture and herbal medicine helps infertility

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How acupuncture and herbal medicine helps infertility

Infertility affects one in six couples and unfortunately for a(Ā¼) quarterĀ of casesĀ the routine tests show no answers, and the cause of their infertility is unexplained.Ā Initial trials for the effectiveness of acupuncture in infertility,Ā however,Ā have shown benefits in some cases. Success stories on the internet and word of mouth increasingly applauding acupuncture, attributing it to their success for pregnancy,Ā meanĀ more and more people are looking to acupuncture for help with infertility.

Acupuncture increases the white blood cell production in your body which positively impacts your immune system. As immunological factors and adverse immune responses are associated with infertility, using acupuncture to boost your white blood cell production will support functions to help you to conceive.

Clinical trials suggest that those with insulin resistance and PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) suffer from the inability to ovulate, resulting in infertility. Establishing whether you are suffering from these disorders will assist your acupuncturist in giving you a targeted treatment. Whether you have the disorder or not, according to the results that arisedoes not rule out blood, qi and phlegm stagnation which all contribute towards infertility.

Acupuncture promotes homeostasis which means if you are targeting acupuncture for infertility the holistic effect will also be increasing your spleen and liver health, improving the function of the organs that produce insulin and your hormones.  

In western terms the aetiology, pathology and prognosis may be known or unknown for your disease. Characteristic signs and symptoms point towards disease, disrupting the normal functioning of organs and systems. Regardless of what is understood about your condition in western terms, the eastern view and practical approach to your condition is different.

Acupuncturists approach health using the Five Element theory and by understanding the roles of the organs, blood, physiological and internal processes. The effect acupuncture has on the nervous system, where the brain is the headquarter, will have a stimulating effect on the endocrine system and the digestive system. The vessels open during acupuncture, promoting the functioning of the cardiovascular system, muscular and respiratory system.  

A 16-week study with 384 patients was conducted to investigate acupuncture, infertility, PCOS and insulin resistance. The patients were split into 2 groups with one group undergoing pre-treatment of acupuncture and 4 cycles of letrozole. The other had no pre-treatment of acupuncture and 4 cycles of letrozole. Results found that the acupuncture pre-treatment group had a higher birth rate than the group only using letrozole.

Conditions such as dysmenorrhea, pelvis pain and hormonal imbalances can have an impact on your chances of conceiving and these same diseases have improved or been eradicated time and time again inwomen throughout 10 years of clinical practice in acupuncture and natural medicine.

We know 21st century social and dietary habits including stress, depression, anxiety, excess alcohol and caffeine consumption, cigarette and drug use, high body mass index, poor exercise and lifestyle choices contribute to your ability to conceive. Until the day our tests are more intricate, and our theory is more detailed, acupuncture is the tool which will assist Ā¼ of women in their journey to conceive. Acupuncture will support your detoxification process, giving you the space to put your priorities into placeand gain perspective on what you need to focus on.

Followers of The Tao advocate making a trailmix consisting of equal parts dried cranberries, walnuts, sesame seeds, longan fruits and cashews as nutrition for infertility.

To share anothereffective way to help change your symptoms welcome herbal medicine. Herbal medicine has shown in clinical research to increase the production of white and red cells,helping to support women with weaknesses and deficiencies after menstruation. Certain herbs are used in formulas to stimulate the immune system, enhancing the macrophages activity and further increasing the white blood cells.

Evergreen herbal collection has formulas for endometriosis, irregular menstruation, dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, female infertility, pelvis pain, varicocele, masses, benign tumour and fibrocystic disorders in the lower abdominal region. Crafted by expertsfromexperience derived results and using a gentle transaction to turn the ingredients into an easy to swallow capsule packed full of vitamins and minerals.  

Herbal formula, Resolve Lower, has therapeutic actions to treat female infertility caused from obstructions in the uterus and ovaries which assistin healing cysts and fibroids in this area. There is an analgesic and anti-inflammatory action to relieve pain and swelling association with gynaecological disorder.

According to traditional Chinese medicine abnormal tissues diagnosed as ā€˜blood stasis and phlegm stagnationā€™ are the gynaecological disorders referring to abnormal growth of tissues found in areas of the body.

Herbal formulas are designed to activate blood circulation, remove blood and phlegm stagnation, warm the abdomen and relieve pain.Working with an herbalist will help you to achieve the best outcome as your condition needs to be monitored, recorded and tweaked according to the results.

Evergreen have developed a series of formulas for the different phases throughout menstruation. During ovulation, the primary treatment strategy is to help the eggs mature and promote ovulation. The luteinizing hormones encourage ovulation which kidney yang tonic herbs help to stimulate.

To encourage the movement of the egg into the fallopian tube herbs can be used to increase the blood supply to the ovaries, inducing the contraction of the muscles pulling the ovaries closer to the fallopian tubes. 

The theory is here, now is the time for you to put what you want into practice.

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