What is the difference between a Naturopath and a Herbalist?


In terms of education, a Herbalist studies herbal medicine, whereas a Naturopath studies nutrition, homeopathy and lifestyle medicine in addition to herbal medicine.

While herbalists have only herbal medicine in their tool kit, Naturopaths are able to use a wide range of healing tools to achieve the best outcome for you.

Naturopaths focus on treating the body as a whole - physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually - and specialise in finding the cause of your health complaints, not just treating the symptoms.  


Do you want to find out more about how naturopathy can help you?

Click here to download our free guide that answers some of the questions you may have about what a Naturopath can do for you.

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