How we nourish and care for ourselves on a daily basis is paramount to achieving overall good health, including the health of our largest organ – our skin.
Heading toward a change of season is a great time to ensure you have access to good quality, herbal therapeutic remedies to help treat sore throats, coughs, colds and other respiratory issues that can arise when the weather and temperature becomes changeable.
Aloe Vera and Colloidal Silver combine together in a gel form to become a simple, safe and effective complement for the topical treatment
The Cayenne or chilli pepper plant Capsicum annuum is well known in many cuisines worldwide for its bright red conical shaped fruit. In fresh, dried, whole or powdered forms it is used to produce herbal treatments for internal and external use.
Salicylic Acid is derived from the White Willow Tree, botanical name Salix alba, a large deciduous tree originating in Britain and Europe, but also naturalised in New Zealand and Australia.
Echinacea purpurea, commonly known as purple coneflower, is a medicinal wildflower native to the open woods and grasslands of the Central United States.
Shatavari is a safe and highly regarded Ayurvedic herb (Indian traditional medicine) that has been used for thousands of years for maintaining reproductive health through all stages of a woman’s life.
Zealand Health Manufacturing (ZHM) makes the creams and liquid products for Health House using our advanced manufacturing facilities.
Edible nuts and seeds from most plants and trees generally contain high oil content, making them a valuable source of food and energy.
Yerba mate is a well known South American medicinal herb, also known as maté or erva maté and is very much the tea of the nation with its long history of use as a refreshing and rejuvenating tea beverage.
This lovely ornamental succulent, perennial herb is a valuable addition to the bathroom shelf and first aid kit, especially over the summer months.
A plant native from North through to South America, Stevia rebaudiana has been used for centuries to sweeten bitter beverages, medicines and also herbal teas including the popular South American Yerba Mate tea