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Meet Natasha Kazarina

Medical Herbalist, MSc in Herbal Medicine
Naturopathic Nutritionist, PGDip in Nutrition

Having cultivated a lifelong connection with healing herbs since childhood, I hold a Master of Science in Herbal Medicine from the University of Middlesex. My studies encompass West European, Chinese, Ayurvedic, and North American herbs in relation to human health and illness. Additionally, I earned a PGDip in Naturopathic Nutrition from the College of Naturopathic Medicine. I integrate traditional wisdom of healing herbs with evidence-based herbal medicine practices and am a proud member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists.

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Meet Amelia

About Me.

Natasha originally came from Latvia, which is situated in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. Renowned for its lush greenery, Latvia ranks as the second greenest country in Europe, as per research by Yale and Columbia University (EPI index). Over 55% of Latvia's territory is enveloped by forests. The nation proudly upholds a strong tradition of herbalism, exemplified by institutions like Drogas (Latvian Boots), where approximately one-third of the medications offered are derived from medicinal herbs.

Have you ever heard about Summer Solstice?

The summer solstice is celebrated in Latvia as extensively as the winter solstice - Christmas. Known as "Jāņi," this midsummer celebration holds great significance in Latvian culture, marking the longest day of the year with festive traditions and rituals deeply rooted in nature. Herbalism plays a prominent role during Jāņi, as Latvians gather various medicinal herbs believed to possess special powers during this time of heightened natural energy. From crafting wreaths of aromatic herbs to brewing traditional herbal beverages, the summer solstice festivities in Latvia embrace the healing properties and connection to nature found in herbalism.

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