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By Liz Jury on July 17, 2017
It’s always a good idea to have a couple of things on hand, heading into the time of year when we are most prone to coming down with the ‘lurgy’. Here are some of our […]
By HealthPost on June 12, 2017
The Moringa tree (Moringa Oleifera) also goes by the more commonly used “drumstick tree” or “horseradish tree” or “Ben Oil tree” names. It is one of the most powerful health enhancing plants on the planet […]
By HealthPost on June 8, 2017
There are very few people, living an everyday life, who can claim a perfect diet on a daily basis. We all have those days when there just isn’t enough time to prepare three nutritious meals, […]
By HealthPost on May 31, 2017
Thyme is a powerhouse herb. With antiseptic and antibacterial properties, thyme’s essential oil has been used medicinally for centuries. With winter here, thyme is great for building immunity. But what makes Central Otago Thyme so […]
By HealthPost on May 22, 2017
Them dancing bones Our bones are dynamic structures. This means that they undergo constant break-down and build-up in response to our ever-changing environment. Our bones can get smaller or bigger depending on what physical demands […]