existing in or caused by nature; not made or caused by humankind.

“carrots contain a natural antiseptic that fights bacteria”


put/set right, put/set to rights, right, rectify, solve, sort out, straighten out, resolve, correct, repair, mend, make good “local authorities are working to remedy the situation”

After centuries of industrialization and the rise of synthetic drugs, humanity is now re-learning to work with the basics by reconnecting with nature and tap into the healing and nurturing that comes from nutrition and herbs. Scientists, nutritionists, ND’s, Chiropractors and some MD’s are agreeing that what we eat does have an effect on our health.

Many papers and books have been written on this subject and proof on the effect of nutrition and herbs is documented daily globally.* Patients with cancer, diabetese, arthritis and other various dis-eases have come forth to share their positive results with the world.

South Africa is striding side to side with the rest of the world in recognising the benefits of eating healthy. Our national bestseller God’s Pharmacy Part 1  and Part 2 books by Herman Uys openned the eyes of many in this country who now use these two books for their daily cooking and herbal teas.

Ofcourse our history of natural medicine goes centuries back, co- authors Ben Van Wyk, Nigel Gericke and Bosch Van Oudtshoorn have recorded in their book “Medicinal Plants of South Africa” some of the 3000 species of plants that are used and have been used by the San community and other Indigenous communities as medicines.

 For every illness and disease, there is a natural antidote.