Herbal medicine may help with a wide range of conditions which you may visit your doctor about. Some examples of conditions which can be safely and effectively treated are:

Funtional Dyspepsia

The most common symptoms of functional dyspepsia include:


  • Upset stomach

  • Discomfort or pain in the belly

  • Bloating

  • Feeling full quickly when eating


Some people also have nausea, vomiting, a lack of appetite, or weight loss.

Premenstrual Syndrome 
  • Symptoms that start sometime after ovulation, which occurs about two weeks before the start of a period. Typically, symptoms occur during the five days before a period. However, some women have symptoms for two weeks or so leading up to a period. Symptoms gradually get worse as the period approaches.

  • Symptoms that go within three to four days after your period starts.


About 5 in 100 adults have depression every year. Sometimes it is mild or lasts just a few weeks. However, an episode of depression serious enough to require treatment occurs in about 1 in 4 women and 1 in 10 men at some point in their lives. Some people have two or more episodes of depression at various times in their life.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

IBS is a common functional disorder of the gut. A functional disorder means there is a problem with the function of a part of the body, but there is no abnormality in the structure. So, in IBS, the function of the gut is upset, but all parts of the gut look normal, even when looked at under a microscope.

Back Pain & Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is characterized primarily by stiffness and pain in the joints, although not everyone with osteoarthritis actually experiences pain and disability. The stiffness and pain tend to be worse in the morning (particularly for about 30 minutes after waking up) and again in the evening, often called "first movement pain" with improvement during the day as the person carries on his or her daily activities. Pain that disrupts sleep is often an indicator.


Migraine is common. About 1 in 4 women and about 1 in 12 men develop migraine at some point in their lives. It most commonly first starts in childhood or as a young adult. Some people have frequent attacks - sometimes several a week. Others have attacks only now and then.

Some forms of acute infections including acute rhinosinusitis, the common cold, uncomplicated upper respiratory tract infections, influenza types A and B are also treatable.