Prehistoric medicine

Since prehistoric medical discoveries are not written down, one has studied artifacts, human remains and naturalists to gain insight into the functioning of ancient medicine. Ear medicine is the earliest form of medicine, and precedes all written down history. Cave paintings in the Lascaux cave indicate that herbal medicine may have occurred in prehistoric cultures before 15,000 BC.

Diseases have since been seen as signs of angry gods, cruel demons or evil spirits. Historians theorize that wood paneling was used to remedy these.

Medieval medicine

During the Middle Ages Europe and the immediate vicinity, antiquity’s ideas on how health were maintained and recovered prevailed. Medical savvy people were often monks and nuns, which can be exemplified by the universal genius Hildegard a gf Bingen (1098-1179). The monasteries copied and translated books written by Greeks and Arabs, while keeping the ancient traditions and knowledge alive, such as humorous pathology. Hardly any doctor over these centuries denied that the harmony of the four cardinal species was the prerequisite for health. It was thought that diseases were cured by restoring the balance. Resuscitation was done with knife-like tools or blood glands, but most of the agents used were leaves, flowers and roots of herbs for urine, salmon and herbicides used.


I mix my own herbs to suit you and also recommend you various dietary supplements and vitamins that are needed to make you feel better.

A consultation usually takes between 1 – 1.5 hours and the price for it is 45.00 €

For a return visit, the price is 25,00 €

For mixing herbs and dosage recommendations, the price depends on the amount of herb and how many different herbs.

Recommendation of single herbs, vitamins and dietary supplements is the price of 15,00 €