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Welcome to the URHP

HawberriesThe Unified Register of Herbal Practitioners (URHP) is a leading international register of professional herbal practitioners.

URHP members utilise the modern, scientific understanding of herbs, as well as drawing on the vast knowledge of traditional herbal usage, used worldwide for thousands of years.

This means that, in undertaking treatment with a URHP Herbal Practitioner, you are getting the best of both worlds, ancient and modern, and thus the best possible treatment. It is this appreciation of old and new that makes the URHP unique as a register. [ Learn more ]

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Find a herbal practitioner near you by entering your location in the box below, and clicking 'Search'. You may also search for an individual practitioner by entering their name in the search box, and selecting 'Practitioner Name' from the drop-down menu.


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Matthew Woods Seminar, June 2012: CD Now Available

Matthew Woods DVD CoverThis set of two DVDs includes over 4½ hours of viewing packed with great insights from the well-known American herbalist, Matthew Wood. In this lecture given in June 2012, he explains his unique approach to herbalism incorporating aspects from the classics right through to modern theories of western herbal medicine. This combined with his many years of practice and acute observation result in an inspiring talk with a wealth of information that can be readily used in our practices. He explains the six tissue state and Greek energetic medicine and ends with a look at the great herbs for female conditions from the Native American tradition.

This DVD was recorded at the joint conference of the Unified Register of Herbal Practitioners and the Association of Master Herbalists.

Price: 15 including P&P. Order now.

Becoming a Member

Our herbal practitioners have trained extensively in order to meet the high standards the URHP requires for membership. We accept qualifications that are approved by the European Herbal Practitioners Association and are in line with the Regulatory Working Group on Herbal Medicine as a minimum standard.

If you would like to become a member of the URHP, please click here for more information.