Groton Wellness Welcomes Herbalist Rachel Fae Coleman




Rachel Fae Coleman

Groton Wellness, a vibrant organization that combines biological dentistry, functional medicine, and an environmental- detoxification medical spa with a clean-food café, welcomes Rachel Fae Coleman to its practice as a clinical and traditional Western herbalist. Coleman specializes in immune support, allergies and asthma, detoxification, Lyme disease treatment, nutrition deficiencies, hormonal and reproductive health, skin/hair/ nails, sleep disorders, women’s health, endocrine system, depression and anxiety, energy and fatigue, digestion, physical/ emotional/spiritual trauma, children’s health, self-care practices, nervous system, migraines, plant meditations, plant medicine group programs and more.

Coleman graduated from The Gaia School of Healing and Earth Education, and is certified as a clinical and traditional Western herbalist and plant spirit educator. Individuals can meet her at Groton Wellness’ Ladies Night from 6 to 9 p.m., November 2. In addition, Coleman offers a free 15-minute phone or in-person consultation to new patients.

Dr. Jean Nordin-Evans, DDS and co-founder of Groton Wellness states, “We are excited to welcome Rachel Fae Coleman to our innovative, community health and wellness center. Her approach to herbal medicine will help our patients immensely. We are happy to add to our long list of practitioners so that patients will receive the best care possible in the 21st century.”

Location: 493 Main St., Groton. To register for events, visit GrotonWellness.com. To book an appointment, call 978- 449-9919 (Extension 5).

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