Austo tolit cetero ea eam, at atqui soleat moderatiu usu, vis ut illud putent corumpi. At wisi euripidi duo, vim vide omnies reformida. Populis inimi noluise mea.



Recently, I was invited to appear on Countryfile alongside John Craven with my father and sister to discuss the role of British grown medicinal plants in the war effort. I come from a long line of doctors dating back nearly 300 years. My father Brian Lamb is Scotland’s longest practicing medical herbalist and I am the only second generation Medical Herbalist in the UK. My clinic is based in my sister Naomi’s boutique health store Botanica Health

Rosehip syrup is known to pack a powerful punch of immune boosting vitamins and antiinflammatory compounds, particularly vitamin C. Interestingly, it is now known that it is the other compounds in the plant, namely the bioflavanoids, which makes the vitamin C so powerful. One or two teaspoons taken daily through winter could help you sail through and avoid those pesky colds and sore throats. During World War Two, when imports of citrus fruits were scarce and children

The restorative purposes of sleep are starting to unfold more fully, proving that sleep is something that we need as much as something we want. Over the last 10 years, sleep disorders have been taken more seriously, with effect on productivity and daily life being more well understand with insomnia being increasingly identified as causal for other key diseases. Chronic sleep loss is one of the most common and yet overlooked disorders and has far reaching consequences.

If you are an insomniac, you have likely seen the effects of a bad night on your skin. It's not like we need to be told that we look worse-for-wear after a good sleep but as it happens, The Telegraph recently reported that sleep deprivation (even two hours - YIKES!) does in fact have noticeably ageing effects on the skin - it can make you look ten years older! Well, as a recovered insomniac, I can testify that not