Holistic Clinic in Harley Street London

Our Holistic Clinic in London is conveniently located in Harley Street and therefore easily accessible by public transport.

We offer a wide range of complementary and alternative medicine therapeutic modalities  such as Naturopathy for natural healing, Herbal Medicine and Homeopathy.  We only use evidence-based Health and Healing to help you heal and improve your physical health and your body's natural healing power.

We use an integrated health approach to provide you with high-quality health and wellbeing support that is tailored to your specific needs for optimal health.  During the consultation, we try to get a full picture of the different aspects of your wellbeing, with a range of medical tests and health screens tests. 

Our integrated health approach provides conventional and complementary medicine including anthroposophic, nutritional and homoepathic medicine, counselling, hypnotherapy. As caring health professionals, we focus on your health and general well-being.

Is Functional Medicine the same as Integrated Medicine?

Although both approches are categorised under alternative and complementary medicine,  functional medicine is not the same as Integrated Medicine. The integrated approach is evidence based combining traditional medicine and complementary care. You can read more on our blog here.


Mistletoe therapy

Mistletoe therapy is an anthroposophic medicine that can be integrated with conventional cancer treatments. It involves the prescribed use of medicinal mistletoe by qualified integrated doctors. The mistletoe extract is obtained from the European mistletoe plant (Viscum album L.) and is pharmaceutically prepared. Mistletoe is available as ampoules for injection or drops to be taken by mouth. Mistletoe therapy is not an alternative to conventional cancer treatment but complementary. 

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The following symptoms appear in almost all patients taking the correct “individual dosage”:

Skin: Injection site inflammation up to 5 cm in diameter mostly disappears 8 -12 hours after the injection; rarely lasting longer than 24 hours

General: Minor increase in body temperature within 12 hours following the injection

Blood and lymph system: Temporary, minor swelling of nearby lymph nodes

The symptoms described above are harmless and present no cause for concern; they signal the patient’s responsiveness to treatment. The minor increase in body temperature (up to 38 °C) triggered by the mistletoe extract should not be suppressed with fever-reducing medicines or remedies.

Rare side effects:

Skin: Larger injection site inflammation over 5 cm in diameter, injection site nodule

General: Pyrexia over 38 °C, fatigue, chills, malaise, headache, short spells of dizziness, triggering of inflammations

Blood and lymph system: Injection site lymphadenopathy

Digestive tract: Diarrhoea

Urogenital tract: Increase urge to urinate

The general symptoms described here do not indicate an intolerance of the medication but rather that the dosage is effective. However, if these symptoms do not subside during the course of the day following the injection, or if you are unable to tolerate the symptoms, please, contact me as soon as possible (this may indicate a reduction in dosage)

Very rare allergic reactions:

Skin: Injection site or generalised urticaria, blistering, rash, erythema multiforme (one documented case), angioneurotic oedema

General: Generalised pruritus, chills

Circulation system: Anaphylactic shock

Airways: Dyspnoea, bronchospasm

If any of these symptoms appear, discontinue administration of the mistletoe extract immediately. Emergency medical measures should be taken immediately.

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