APRIL GUEST SPEAKER WE MISSED OUT ON – LUCY PAGE (EDWARDS);

Over the last 15 years Lucy has studied and worked in the natural health industry. 

Lucy trained at Wellpark College of Natural Therapies. She spent over three years studying Naturopathy, including herbal medicine and nutrition, as well as two years at the Australasian College of Natural Therapies studying Iridology and Natural Therapies. Lucy also completed a Certificate in Human Nutrition at the New Zealand College of Natural Therapies.

She has previously worked at Common Sense Organics as a part time Natural Health professional for 3 years, practised Iridology at Amcal pharmacy in the Cuba Mall, Wellington for five years and has had her own clinic. She is now working out of enSoul Yoga + Wellness. 

Lucy believes that making simple lifestyle and diet changes is the first stepping-stone back to health. She works together with you to make realistic changes that will benefit you in the short and the long term. 

Home Herbal Medicine 

“The natural healing force within each of us is the greatest force in getting well.” ― Hippocrates 

Herbs at home

Garlic              treats high blood cholesterol, treats high blood pressure, helps prevent the common cold and other viruses, and may be more effective than antibiotics. There is also growing research that garlic can prevent cancer and many other diseases.

Cinnamon      antioxidant, antimicrobial, stimulates appetite, stimulates digestion and stimulates​ circulation.

Dandelion      diuretic, mild laxative, helps improve and repair kidney and liver function, anti-inflammatory and is high in potassium.

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