About Paul Michael

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Paul Michael BA BSc MCPP is a Medical Herbalist, practitioner of Endobiogenic Medicine and qualified Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS) therapist. He is a first-class graduate of the BSc in Herbal Medicine programme at Middlesex University, and a member of one of the main professional organisations for medical herbalists in the UK, the College of Practitioners of Phytotherapy (CPP). He has trained for over seven years with Dr Jean-Claude Lapraz, and in his practice uses the endobiogenic approach pioneered by Dr Lapraz in conjunction with classical herbal medicine. Paul Michael has written articles for Positive Health magazine, and has hosted a series of radio talk shows focusing on the approach of modern herbal medicine in the treatment of disease. Paul has been involved in the teaching of endobiogenic medicine in the UK and is one of the founders of the Endobiogenic Medicine Society of the UK (EMS). Paul has first-hand experience of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) as he was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease at the age of 19. He was never happy with the thought of taking conventional medication for Crohn’s disease and was determined to find another way. It was this personal experience and determination that led him eventually to study phytotherapy; he is passionate about helping others with chronic illness so that they do not have to suffer needlessly. Paul has been in remission from Crohn’s for 18 years using phytotherapy and diet. Paul has also trained in the traditional Chinese internal healing arts of Qigong and Tai Chi and has a very strong interest in mind-body medicine.

For more information or to make an appointment please call Paul Michael on Tel: 07930 316 196; health@healthmatterslondon.co.uk   More information on Endobiogenic medicine is available at www.healthmatterslondon.co.uk

Articles by Paul Michael

  1. Herbal Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    Listed in colon health

    This article focuses on Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), what they are and how they differ, as well as how they can be treated with herbal remedi...

  2. Herbal Medicines to Reduce the Excitatory Effect of Histamine and Treat Allergic Conditions

    Listed in herbal medicine

    This article gives a highly authoritative, technical and well-documented account of the activity of histamine in relation to the bodys complex reactions to stressors, listing its ma...

  3. Endobiogenic Medicine – Innovative System of Plant Medicine

    Listed in herbal medicine

    What is Endobiogenic Medicine? Endobiogeny is a theory of terrain that assesses how the internal life of the body is generated and sustained. Endo - meaning internal, Bio - meaning...

Book reviews by Paul Michael

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