Just thought I’d share with you one of the sessions of a seminar I attended on Sunday on Mental Health, Childhood and Autism. The particular session, delivered by Rob Santich, n Herbalist with 25 years experience was on resilience in children and the emerging factors in today’s society which place ever more pressures on, Read More

Inevitably the seasons change and spring turns to summer which is great for some because it means longer days, time outside and swimming. For others, it’s a dreaded time when they consider whether they can indeed fit into last year’s swimsuit. Which category do you fall into? It’s hard to lead an active lifestyle, Read More

Spring is a beautiful time of year; warmer weather, clearer skies and blooming flowers. Unfortunately for some, this time of year also heralds the start of sneezing, itching eyes and throats and even sinus congestion and pain.  If you suffer from asthma or eczema this may also flare up at this time. Conventional treatment, Read More

This week (May 1st – May 7th) marks Heart Week this year so it seemed like the opportune time to discuss what natural measures can be taken to protect your cardiovascular system from the effects of high cholesterol and blood pressure such as heart attack and stroke. You can be working everyday to prevent, Read More

Have you, or a loved one, been trying to fall pregnant for months on end with no success? Perhaps you’ve even had tests done and been told there is nothing wrong, or that there is but the only answer is IVF. Your fertility is a result of a fine balance of your hormones and, Read More

September 13 to September 19 is National Herbal Medicine Week and the perfect time to discover the benefits of using herbal medicine instead of, or as a complement to, conventional medicine. Herbal medicine is the oldest and still the most widely used system of medicine in the world today. It is medicine made exclusively, Read More

Do you suffer from cold and flu every year? Perhaps you even get the flu shot and still find yourself with those same old symptoms, nose that runs like a tap, stuffy head and achiness.  Many people also suffer from secondary chest infections which make life even more miserable and take longer for them, Read More