Pat Murphy Herbalist
Originally I became interested in herbal medicine as my mother’s uncle Paddy Feeney was a natural healer and used natural herbs for healing.
I wanted to learn more and spent three years training to be a herbalist. I studied Herbal Medicine with the BSY College, and qualified with a distinction. I received my diploma in December 1995.The course is designed to build on a fundamental understanding of Herbal Medicine. In 2014 I updated my qualifications and completed a course in herbal medicine, accredited by the ABC awards, Quality License scheme. I received a diploma with merit. Patrick helps people who suffer from a variety of ailments, including fevers, stomach problems, aches and pains and skin problems.
My big interest is skin problems as I suffered myself as a child with a skin disorder which was cleared up and managed by using natural herbs and a natural handmade aloe vera soap.
I see people from a wide surrounding area. I offer 10 minute telephone consultations to discuss how herbal medicine may be able to help you.
You can contact me for more information or make an appointment by telephone – 093 27033
Age 53, Married with 2 Children.
Interests – Walking, Hurling & Gaelic Football
- Diploma in Medical Herbalism, Blackford Centre
- Diploma in Medical Herbalism BSY College
- Diploma in Magnetfield Therapy from Massfuture Medical Germany, September 2000
- Diploma in Environmental Management, Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment
- Diploma in Homeopathy Bsy College Devon UK
- Diploma in Marketing – 1985 National School of Marketing, Sevendale Place, Manchester UK
- Diploma as Family Herbalist – College of Herbal Medicine Springville , UT 84663 , USA
- To maintain confidentiality about the clients condition or information collected from the patient
- To avoid exaggerated claims of cure
- To advise the client to seek medical advice when symptoms require orthodox medicine
- To never offer the client herbals that are dangerous to their health
- To never offer the clients herbs that are illegal
- To avoid any direct or blatant advertising
- To be true to the aim of the profession by relieving suffering