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Amsterdam in Holland was referred to for the first time on paper in 1275 as the settlement of “Aemstelredamme” meaning ‘dam in the river of Amstel’. 449 more words


Crafty Cleavers

Our gardens contain many plants with may seem run-of-the-mill, even what we call weeds, but these plants may also contain nutritional, medicinal and culinary benefits to help keep you and your family healthy. 354 more words


How Chinese Medicine Sydney Has Come a Long Way Over The Years

Contrary to common perceptions, Chinese medicine is actually one of the most sophisticated and efficient medical systems in the world. The fact that it is so different from western medicines and harnessed for nearly thousands of years makes it all so fascinating. 493 more words

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Health Benefits Of Stinging Nettle

Stinging Nettle is a herb that many people are aware of even if natural medicines don’t interest them at all – it’s one of the easiest plants to identify simply because brushing against it with bare skin can result in an irritating rash! 1,323 more words


How To Make Turmeric 'Golden Milk'

Golden milk is pretty much the quintessential turmeric recipe – it’s an ancient ayurvedic remedy that is just as needed nowadays as it was thousands of years ago – if not more! 1,265 more words


Isla Burgess to visit Waiheke Island

Waiheke Island will play host to internationally acclaimed medical herbalist Isla Burgess next month (April 9-10) for two days of hands-on education about the healing qualities of plants. 368 more words


Egyptian Cures

Almost 100 years ago, the English archaeologist, Howard Carter – funded by exceedingly wealthy Lord Carnarvon of Highclere Castle in Hampshire – discovered the tomb of the Egyptian pharaoh King Tutankhamun – the boy king who reigned for roughly a decade from the age of nine or ten. 375 more words