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  • Alzheimer’s: An old persons disease? or is it?

    Alzheimer’s: An old persons disease? or is it?

    March 23, 2018

    The many signs, associated with memory loss, can begin many years before any diagnosis is made. Sometimes the signs and symptoms are difficult to distinguish from that, of normal aging. Memory loss can begin as early, as 40 years of age, but is more commonly seen after the age of 60.

  • Cardiovascular Health

    Cardiovascular Health

    February 12, 2018

    To lower your risk of heart disease and stroke, you need to get out and meet people. Be social, have friends, engage in relationships with humans and animals, talk with children and reach out to your local community. Loneliness, has been linked to a weakened immune system and high blood pressure according to The Harvard Medical School1.

  • Dandelion Root

    Dandelion Root

    May 24, 2012

    Who could forget the excitement as a child of blowing the fluffy white plume off the top of a dandelion clock whilst making a wish.

  • Dandelion Root

    Dandelion Root

    May 24, 2012

    Who could forget the excitement as a child of blowing the fluffy white plume off the top of a dandelion clock whilst making a wish.

  • Andrographis - King of Bitters

    Andrographis - King of Bitters

    May 16, 2012

    Andrographis paniculata, also known as Kalmegh which means ‘King of bitters’ has been effectively used in traditional Asian medicines for centuries. The herb is native to India and Sri Lanka and is widely cultivated in southern Asia...

  • Supporting the Immune System

    Supporting the Immune System

    May 16, 2012

    It's that time of year again when a chill in the morning air can be felt and the cool evenings tempt us to cosy up by the heater. Winter is traditionally seen as a time of rest and slowing down, of inward reflection and contemplation, a time to nourish and restore ourselves before the new beginning that comes with Spring.

  • Liquid Chlorophyll

    Liquid Chlorophyll

    May 05, 2012

    Green plants possess a very special ability to harness the suns energy and manufacture their own food and nutrients. This process is called photosynthesis and involves a complex series of chemical reactions. Using the energy from the sunlight, the plant’s chlorophyll (the green colouring)...

  • Dandelion Root

    Dandelion Root

    May 24, 2012

    Who could forget the excitement as a child of blowing the fluffy white plume off the top of a dandelion clock whilst making a wish.

  • Dandelion Root

    Dandelion Root

    May 24, 2012

    Who could forget the excitement as a child of blowing the fluffy white plume off the top of a dandelion clock whilst making a wish.

  • Liquid Chlorophyll

    Liquid Chlorophyll

    May 05, 2012

    Green plants possess a very special ability to harness the suns energy and manufacture their own food and nutrients. This process is called photosynthesis and involves a complex series of chemical reactions. Using the energy from the sunlight, the plant’s chlorophyll (the green colouring)...

  • Andrographis - King of Bitters

    Andrographis - King of Bitters

    May 16, 2012

    Andrographis paniculata, also known as Kalmegh which means ‘King of bitters’ has been effectively used in traditional Asian medicines for centuries. The herb is native to India and Sri Lanka and is widely cultivated in southern Asia...

  • Supporting the Immune System

    Supporting the Immune System

    May 16, 2012

    It's that time of year again when a chill in the morning air can be felt and the cool evenings tempt us to cosy up by the heater. Winter is traditionally seen as a time of rest and slowing down, of inward reflection and contemplation, a time to nourish and restore ourselves before the new beginning that comes with Spring.