Crohn’s sufferer praises herbal medicine

Mary was at a time in her life where her health had completely failed. She trained as a professional in the medical field but prescription medicine did not help her.

She was utterly alone and terrified at the age of 42. Every week she picked up the Galway Advertiser and read Patrick Murphy's (medical herbalist ) article.

The articles were logical to Mary and made sense. She contacted Patrick Murphy, and immediately she felt reassured.

In her first meeting Mary decided that she was not going to tell Patrick about her many diagnoses. She gave him her long list of symptoms and he took a detailed history from her. Mary was shocked when he correctly labelled all her illnesses. There was no miracle cure for Mary.

Patrick gave Mary herbs, which she took precisely, he had also gave her dietary advice and lifestyle suggestions. When Mary did meet Patrick first she was very ill and knew there was a long road to recovery. She had not worked in a year, was in daily pain, suffered from profound exhaustion, and unable to leave her home due to Crohn's disease. Her hair was falling out at an alarming rate and she had given up hope.

Now she still is on the road to full recovery, she is back at work, and her hair is regrowing. Her Crohn's disease is almost in remission.

She is enjoying the best health in 14 years. There were times in her journey where her symptoms got more severe due to her body healing.

It was vital for Mary during this time to keep taking the herbs and nutritional supplements that Patrick Murphy gave her. Mary thought during this time that the herbs were not working, but it was the opposite, the illness was leaving her body. Patrick met Mary regularly and was always on the other end of the phone to give her advice and make sure that she was sticking to the plan.

Eighteen months later, Mary has had no surgery, she has not taken prescription medications. She said that this is owing to Patrick's herbal medicine and guidance.

If you would like to find out more on herbal medicine, contact Patrick Murphy on 093 27033, email [email protected], or visit


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