Natural Herbs

Discover Traditional and Natural Therapies

A Natural Approach to Healing


Treatment Options

Find Your Healthiest Self

Everybody holds the key to their own healing, but sometimes the body needs a little help. That’s where Dr Benny Fan can assist. From immune support to holistic health, find your best treatment options with Dr Benny Fan.

Skin Treatments

Maintain your inner and outer health

Dr Benny Fan's treatment is able to provide support in conditions such as acne, rashes, and skin allergies. This treatment takes into account the whole person and helps activate each patient’s natural healing processes as well as restoring their physical and emotional well-being.

This treatment requires 12 60-minute sessions, with 2-3 sessions each week. 

Each session costs $120


Natural Healing

Acupuncture is based on generations of tradition, and consists of inserting fine needles into specific points on your skin. Acupuncture has been found to boost your health and treat various disorders, ranging from pain to nausea after surgery or chemotherapy, according to the British National Health Service (NHS). After a single session, you’ll start to see changes to your body, mind and energy levels. 

Natural Herbs

An Ancient Science

Dr Benny Fan's herbs are key in assisting the healing of the mind, body and soul. Traditional Chinese herbs are natural, beneficial and serve as a great way to either maintain or improve your overall well-being. 

Dr Benny Fan's herbs have been researched, used and loved by many of his lifelong patients. Contact us to find out which natural therapies are best for you.

See the Products page for more information.

Rock Balancing

Yin and Yang

The most fundamental concept of Chinese medicine is Yin and Yang. All things in the Universe are either Yin or Yang. However, nothing is ever all Yin or all Yang but a balance between the two that is ever changing. They are opposites yet complementary. They are not independent of each other but change into each other. 

Yin and Yang is a process that needs to be balanced to treat illness and this is done through acupuncture, herbs and Qigong. The Yin-Yang symbol is a representation of the Chinese philosophy of medicine. The symbol is a circle, divided by a curved line into a black (Yin) side and white (Yang) side. The curve represents the constantly changing balance between Yin and Yang. Each side contains a small circle of the opposite colour which symbolises that there is some of Yin in Yang and some of Yang in Yin.