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Rich-Herbs Foundation is a herbal health clinic situated in Canada and Cape Town, we produce our own herbal mixtures for a wide variety of ailments. Our products are 100% natural herbs and MCC approved, we ship worldwide.

With our 31 years experience we have recorded a very high success rate in all our herbal products, we abides and acts upon the principles and provides right treatment for diseases through herbal treatment as drops, capsules, bottled herb and dried herbs (tincture).


Dr. Sudhir Gautam (BSocSc, BCompMed, BSc Chinese Medicine) completed his first degree in Biochemistry at the University of Manitoba  in 1973. Later he went on to complete his studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine at the University of the Western Cape in 1979. He is registered with the Allied Health Professions Council of India (AHPC) as a Doctor or Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Herbal science practitioner. He is also registered with the Board of Healthcare Funders (BHF) India.

Much of his clinical experience was gained at the university of Health science in Kolkata and a natural medicine clinic and a community clinic also based in Kolkata.

Dr. Sudhir Gautam
BSocSc,BSc (CHS), BCompMed
Registered with APHCSA & BHF
Registration #: A36207-AC2522, A15667CM
Practice #: 036311266






Dr. Pauline Shaul, M.D., Ph.D., is a licensed acupuncturist certified by the Allied Health Professions Council. She is also a Diplomate in Oriental Medicine. Dr. Pauline Shaul, comes from a family that has practiced acupuncture for three generations. Having worked both with them as well as privately, she has over 20 years of clinical experience in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Herbal Medicines.  She combines her knowledge of Eastern and Western Medicine to provide a unique acupuncture and TCM practice dedicated to helping people.


Dr. Pauline Shaul received her M.D. from the  Shanghai Second Medical University, China. Her Ph.D. from the College of Medicine in Delhi, India.



Dr. Pauline Shaul

M.D., Ph.D.

Registration #: A00134


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