Migraines. How TCM can help you!

“How are your migraines going?” “Very good! I haven’t had one for two months!” I am always pleased when my clients get relief from their migraines – I know that migraines and headaches cause lots of suffering and can really limit...

TCM – for your health in winter

By Stephen Clendinnen, Practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine In the early stages of winter, when our bodies have not yet acclimatised to the new season, many people become unwell. Cough, running nose and sore throat are often experienced by people at this time....

Winter, what do I eat?

By Blaise Stowers Naturopath BHSc. Nat., BHSc. CDT Have you wondered what foods you should be eating to keep you healthy and warm in winter? Below is a list of the foods that are in season for the cold winter month of June. Vegetables: Cruciferous and Brassica family...

Dry vs Dehydrated skin

By Rebecca Lembcke Winter is rapidly approaching and there are plenty of questions about what to do about dry and dehydrated skin. The words are used interchangeably creating a lot of confusion but once you understand the difference between the two, it makes treating...

Why Roaccutane isn’t the answer

Are you frustrated about having acne? So is 90% of the population. Symptoms can be so bad it’s no wonder you want a quick fix! You’re probably thinking Roaccutane (Isotretinoin) is the only option you have right now. Wrong! First let me begin to tell you that it’s not...