• International Iridology Practitioners Association Symposium 2019 – by Lisa Williams - Iridologists from around the world gathered for IIPA’s 14th Annual Symposium on the Gold Coast in August.  It was great to connect and share experiences and also learn about new developments and techniques in the world of Iridology. 11 different international speakers presented the latest developments which left the crowd feeling enthusiastic and fully appreciative…
  • Native Healing Plants on the Heaphy Track – by Lisa Williams -   The Heaphy Track is a 78 kilometre walking trail traversing several different forest terrains, winding across the northwestern reaches of the Kahurangi National Park.  It follows an ancient Maori Pounamu Trail through the Heaphy River (Whakapoai) linking Golden Bay (Te Tai Tapu) with the West Coast of the South Island, (Te Tai Poutini) New…
  • Argan Oil Co-Op – Atlas Mountains – Morocco -   I have always been fascinated with life in Morocco and in 2016 I was able to visit the country and meet with a women’s collective in the anti-Atlas mountains where the cold-pressed, certified organic Argan Oil is produced for BioBalance.  I met the collective’s founders and learnt all about the Argan tree and how…
  • Full Moon Herbal Harvest – January 2019 By Lisa Williams - It’s been a busy time here at Te Koru harvesting our bountiful crop beneath the January Full Moon of 2019.  We have over 70 different medicinal herbs growing, cultivated, native and wild. The full moon draws the sap high up into the leaf and aerial parts storing the active constituents. We pick and dry for my…
  • The Spirit and The Plant, by Lisa Williams - On my recent travels around the United Kingdom,  and Southern France I discovered that many old Churches, Cathedrals, Monasteries and Sacred Places were maintaining herb gardens.  These are a legacy to a time past, before modern medicines.  Here the plants are still honoured and archived for their powerful role during the times of plague and…

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