What is an Essential oil, and how do you use them?

Essential oils can be used for a wide range of emotional and physical wellness applications. They can be used as single essential oils or in complex essential oil blends depending on user experience and desired benefit. Want to learn how to use essential oils? What does CPTG mean? How are doTERRA Oils different from other […]

Pesticides in food – do they matter?

Every time we eat non-organic food we eat a cocktail of pesticides. Do they really matter? An update on which foods tend to have more pesticide residues in New Zealand.

Hemp! Poised to take off as N.Z’s next big industry

The beneficial effects of Hemp Cannabis nutrition, in supporting the body’s natural endocannabinoid system and maintaining homeo stasis. With no psychoactive effects, considered to be nutritious and safe to eat, hemp is the future of sustainable farming and high value commodity production. Industrial Hemp has the potential to feed, clothe and house the world’s growing […]

Cleansed & Cured: How Detoxing Heals your body

Join leading Medical Herbalist Brett Elliott, where he presents his inspiring new seminar “Cleansed & Cured Live”. What will you learn? What’s actually causing the most common health problems of our time Why 50% of us suffer from digestive complaints, skin conditions and metabolic disturbances like high cholesterol, high blood sugar, and weight gain How you can use foods and […]

Kombucha Brewing 101

Learn step by step how to brew a basic recipe of Kombucha and all the do’s and dont’s from head brewer at GoodBuzz Kombucha, Amber Campbell.

The Packaging Paradox – Plastics, Greenwash and Beyond

We all know that plastic is one of the biggest environmental issues facing the world, particularly our oceans. The paradox of this 20thC wonder-product is that it is one of the most harmful substances for our environment and is also often the cheapest and easiest option for manufacturers to use. Come and hear Marion Wood […]

Setting up a social enterprise

Nisa is a lingerie label with heart, employing women from refugee backgrounds. Elisha Watson, Nisa’s founder, quit her job as a lawyer to set up Nisa. She talks about her leap into the world of social enterprise, and a few key learnings she’s made along the way.