Herbal Medicine

At Quiescence we love our herbs, and although you may not love how they taste, you will love the results they give, naturally, with no side effects.

All our herbs in all their forms are heavy metal and pesticide free. Our raw herbs are sourced from farmers in China and Australia and our pills and capsules are produced by Tony Reid, a well known Australian practitioner. Our granules are recognised as the one of the best on the global market and are made in Taiwan.

Raw herbs

Being hard-core herbalists we believe in raw herbs. These are herbs in their most natural state, cut and dried and ready for use. This is the strongest way to take herbal medicine, but being unrefined you do need to put in a little work. Once your practitioner has decided on the correct course of action they will compile a herbal formula specific to your health requirements. Your herbs are dished out into paper bags for you to take home and boil. The boiling process takes about one hour to complete and the end product lasts for approximately three days. People who enjoy the process of this ritual get great benefit from committing to it, however we understand this is not for everyone.

Granules

Granules are an easier to manage option. The herbs have been processed, their essence extracted and dried into a water dissolvable form. We mix these granulated herbs into a specific formula in much the same way as we do for raw herbs, however all you have to do is take them home, add water and drink them back. Easy.

Other options

If the taste and smell of the granules or raw herbs are too much for you to stomach, we have pills, capsules and tinctures. All super easy to take with minimal fuss and no unpleasant taste.

It’s nice to know present-day herbal medicine has a rich body of knowledge that was developed over thousands of years of clinical practice, and in recent times has been supported by clinical laboratory research.

If you are at all interested in any research or the quality and testing process that our herbs undergo, please feel free to ask.

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