In the days before prescriptions, people turned to natural remedies to treat conditions and ailments. There are so many various natural remedies and treatments that can be used for healing.  Naturopathy promotes the body’s own self-healing mechanism using a combination of natural therapies such as nutrition, herbal medicine, fasting, colon cleansing, homeopathy, excercise and the list goes on…  It is a way to regain health and recover from conditions by treating the ‘whole person.’

Naturpoathy is based on a system of treating the cause not the symptom.


Gut health is so important!

Live bacterial or yeast cultures called probiotics are great at boosting the immune system and as they are considered to be a strong defense against ‘bad’ bacteria that can take over your gut.  You can take probiotics as a supplement or get them from fermented foods such as kefir, sauerkraut, kimchi and kombucha.


Magensium helps to calm and relax the body, relieve muscle cramps andit can be a great relief for eczema,  Almonds, sunflower seeds, and greens like spinach and broccoli are a great source of Magnesium.

Oil Pulling

The ancient practice of oil pulling involves swishing oil (coconut, sesame or sunflower oil) around in your mouth for 15 – 20 minutes to remove bacteria and promote oral hygiene.  For best results, it should be done first thing in the morning before brushing your teeth.

Chamomile Tea

Aids sleep quality and can assist with greater alleviation with the symptoms of depression.


A daily meditation practice can help manage the symptoms of  stress, anxiety disorders, sleep disorders, depression, heart disease, and cancers.

Apple Cider Vinegar

A popular home remedy, apple cider vinegar can be used for a variety of reasons. It contains proteins, enzymes and friendly bacteria and offers a host of health benefits including helping to kill harmful bacteria, helping to lower blood sugar, aiding weight loss, boosting skin health, cleansing and clarifying hair and scalp.. There are many reasons why apple cider vinegar should be a staple ingredient in your cupboard.