Firstly – hello from my new look site! What do you think? I'd love to know! Anyway, back to wellness….
A little while ago, I was given some Prospan to try. If you are unfamiliar with it – take a look here . It's an ace product for coughs and made with all natural ingredients. I'm super fussy with the treatments I use with my family, I approach all medicines with great caution simply because I like to use natural products. Prospan delivered – it's also sugar free, gluten free and alcohol free and can be used for children. Gerald Quigley and his products seemed to keep popping onto my radar. Several times his name and company Bio Revive had come up in conversation, and so, I thought I'd take the opportunity to pick his brain, after all, there aren't too many people with a philosophy like his.
Gerald Quigley, Community Pharmacist, and qualified Herbalist. What made you step into holistic medicine given your traditional pharmacy background?I moved to ‘the other side’ when I continued to see the same patients, with the same health conditions, taking the same potent drugs. The windmill effect dazzled me. The prescriber was making money, I was making money, and the patient never changed – often getting even more drugs to add to their list. I was convinced then, some 35 years ago that empowerment of the patient was the most important aspect of staying well, being well and getting well.How did (or do) your pharmacy colleagues react? I have never worn the same colour socks as the majority of illness (not wellness) focused members of both the medical and pharmacy professions. I don’t actually give a toss about