My name is Lindsay Kluge. Herbal Medicine & Nutrition is my expertise. Understanding plants, their properties and their powers is my passion.

I blend botanical science and holistic nutrition to help people find balanced health and happiness, and to address specific health issues like sleep disorders, women’s health, digestion, allergies, as well as support whole family health. This is accomplished through individualized nutrition + herbal medicine consultations specifically tailored to each individual person.

Finding plants and foods that are naturally suited to a person’s physiology and personality is an approach that is grounded in science and nurturing of spirit. This is what I call “finding your herbal ally”. Really asking and listening to my patients is a big part of my approach, so I can offer guidance that informs and empowers them to make better choices, and to make their health story - a happy one.

Ginger Tonic Botanicals is where I share informational blogs, recipes, holistic lifestyle tips and my journey of being a practicing herbalist in the modern world. Online appointments will be offered in mid October 2018. 

My Natural Health Philosophy:
There is no one single treatment for everyone, and my focus is mainly on prevention, empowering you to make informed choices, and choosing appropriate herbs and whole foods in the best combination for your unique body. Herbal medicine is both incredibly simple and also amazingly complex. I help guide you through all of the information out there to arrive at the best natural solution for you, and even custom compound formulas to match your unique body and health situation. I incorporate western herbs, Ayurvedic philosophy, holistic nutrition and open dialogue to partner with you in creating a sustainable health plan.

My Training:
I received my Masters of Science degree in Herbal Medicine (M.Sc) from the Maryland University of Integrative Health in 2012. This was a thoroughly accredited 3 year clinical masters program focusing in herbal pharmacy; herbal pharmacology and phytochemistry; integrative human physiology; extensive nutritional training (a full masters degree worth); Ayurveda; research methods; materia medica; clinical application skills, herbal therapeutics and clinical rotations. I am also a Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist (LDN) from the Maryland State Board of Dietetics, and a Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS) from the national Certification Board for Nutrition Specialists.

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The Book Bindery Building
2201 West Broad Street. Suite 107
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 977-2634