Cannabis, Marijuana or Marihuana: a drug by any name . . .
Cannabis is the most commonly used illegal drug in Australia. It comes from the dried flowers and leaves of the plant Cannabis Sativa. Other names for it are marijuana, marihuana, grass, pot, weed, mull, hash, dope...
‘A spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down’ – Irony or just pure corruption?
Childhood and adult obesity, heart disease, diabetes, some of the most widespread health challenges known to man are not only on our doorstep, but in our homes. Did we get here through chance or was there something more sinister at play?
Esoteric Women's Health Newsletter June 2018
Welcome to our June newsletter where we expose the doing of self-care and ask if there is a more loving way we can be with ourselves.
Palliative Care Nurse Elizabeth Dolan wins the NSW Health Excellence Award
The Power of Love makes it to the front page. On the 9th September 2015, Universal Medicine student Elizabeth Dolan was awarded with the NSW Health Excellence Award, one of the highest accolades in nursing, for her extraordinary work in nursing and palliative care.
Why wait? Let’s discard out-of-date and abusive attitudes about gender now!
The battle of the sexes has become a world war. Domestic violence is currently headline news, publicly exposing the horrendous abuse kept hidden behind the closed doors of our very own homes. The media is now onto it, but are we fully addressing our part in it?
Serge Benhayon on Brexit
The recent Brexit vote in the UK exposes some very deep ills in society. But Serge Benhayon invites us to look even deeper.
Mindfulness is not the way back to who you are
The current fad for mindfulness meditation exposed for what it is: a dulling down of the tension we feel in life so that we can function with less feeling of the hurts we are carrying.
Educated food choices – become your own physician!
When it comes to nutrition, our medical professionals are largely uneducated. Most in the health industry know little about food, food choices and energetic responsibility.
The changing definition of well-being
What does well-being really mean in regard to what we accept as healthy?