About Urban Healing

 

URBAN HEALING™ was founded in 2010 by leading Medical Herbalist Daniela Turley. Daniela has over 20 years clinical experience with a global reach. URBAN HEALING has offices in the USA and England and is renowned as a leader in the most current research and development with natural options for personal care and healthcare.


The mission of URBAN HEALING™ is to bring high quality botanical formulations to the world and, through education and formulation, help as many people as possible to be as healthy as possible. URBAN HEALING™ believes in the powerful benefits of phytochemicals to optimize human physiology. Their approach combines the latest scientific research with traditional botanical remedies.

Daniela Turley

“Good health is a precious commodity, I have made it my mission to help as many as possible get back to good health and stay there.”

Daniela Turley BSc. (Hons.) MCPP, AHG has been treating people using Herbal Medicine and nutritional medicine for 20 years in North America and Europe.

Herbal medicine is the longest running form of health care and is widely used by the majority of the population on the planet. Combined with nutrition, herbal medicine is a safe and effective way to support a variety of body systems, including a healthy immune system and normal inflammatory response to infection. As a Medical Herbalist Daniela believes in combining the best of this rich herbal history with the most up-to-date modern knowledge available.

Due to her research background Daniela is commissioned to write papers and present her findings for international healthcare companies. Daniela was recently asked to contribute to the Institute for Functional Medicine virus Taskforce.

Daniela has lectured on Herbal Medicine in multiple countries and currently lectures at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London. She is a member of The American Herbalists Guild, and The College of Practitioners of Phytotherapy.

She has been featured in numerous publications such as The New York Times, Vogue, Cosmopolitan, The Guardian and Good Housekeeping.