Most herbs in tablet or capsule form are ground months prior to appearing on store shelves. They lose many of their active ingredients both in production and storage. Once dried into tablets they lose most of their nutritional content. Herbal tablets also contain fillers, binders and other materials necessary to compress ground herbs into tablet form.
The manufacturer may state 1000mg of herbs on their bottle, however, they have dried the herbal medicine to a 20:1 ratio and only provide 50mg (x20 = 1000), which means most of the active ingredients in the herb are lost completely. NaturalDoc liquid extracts provide a 1:1 dosage – 1ml is 1000mg of herbs – providing 100% of the active ingredients. Tablets must also be dissolved by the body’s digestive system before the herbs can be assimilated.
Herbal liquids dissolve easily in the stomach. However, if the body is not digesting and assimilating well, the potential therapeutic benefits of herbs in tablet and capsule form diminishes because the digestive system must break the active constituents free from the fibre and cellulose in which they are encased. Herbs in capsule and tablet form lose potency as they are exposed to oxygen (capsules oxidise more rapidly than tablets).
02 9525 0288
12-16 Daniel Street
Wetherill Park NSW 2164
Closed. Admin staff available 9am – 5pm
12pm – 7pm
8am – 1.30pm
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8am – 2.30pm
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We will reopen to essential/urgent health needs on tuesday. All medicines must be sent via courier, no pickups allowed.
Only one patient in the clinic at one time and must wear a mask and scan in via the QR code.
If you or any of your family members have symptoms immediately get a covid test and reschedule your appointment. We will not see any patients with symptoms face to face. Your temperature will be checked upon arrival.
Phone consultations will continue in align with public health orders.
We have had many inquiries about vaccination and we state follow public health orders and get vaccinated.
We will reopen to essential/urgent health needs only from Tuesday 3rd August. For all non-essential clients phone consults will be available. Medications will can still be placed over the phone or via our website (you cannot pick up medicines during this time).
As NSW Government has imposed a lockdown order for the LGA of Fairfield we have moved all consultations to phone consultations, medications will still be dispatched from our clinic(you cannot pick up medicines during this time). Our team will be available to assist you over the phone from monday to friday and our practitioner is available for phone consultations.
Once we have a green light from the NSW HEALTH we will open more days in the clinic instead of making patients wait more than a month to reschedule.