Jim Humble MMS seminar in NZ

Editor’s introductory note: In the 1990s, while working in the Amazon rain forest in Guyana, Jim Humble discovered that a solution made from  water, sodium chlorite crystals (commonly used to kill pathogenic organisms in water) and a weak acid (usually citric acid crystals) could be an effective treatment for malaria. He called this solution MMS. (You can see a video that relates to a test of MMS solution... Read More | Share it now!

Ebola: Possible treatment options

There have been no cases of Ebola in New Zealand.  However given that this viral infection has an incubation period of up to (approximately) three weeks, there is a possibility that people could arrive in NZ who have been exposed to the virus while they were overseas. For this reason, we have chosen to put this post online so that information about possible treatment options is publicly available if cases of... Read More | Share it now!

Index of topics in issue 1-13

If you have read an article in a previous issue of The NZ Journal of Natural Medicine and want to re-read it but don’t remember which issue it was in, help is now at hand.  Please download the Word document at the link below and you will find a index of topics in issues 1 – 13. The NZ Journal of Natural Medicine index issue 1 – 13 inclusive NB:  If  the topic that interests you is not listed... Read More | Share it now!

Videos from launch event on June 15, 2014

June 15 was the official launch data for issue 13 of The NZ Journal of Natural Medicine as well as the new online Natural Medicine Resource and Events Directory http://natural-medicine.directory/. Held in Auckland’s Mount Eden War Memorial Hall, this event was compered by the publisher of The NZ Journal of Natural Medicine Jonathan Eisen and featured four guest speakers. First to speak was Dr. Wayne McCarthy who... Read More | Share it now!

Vaccination Talks by Touring Author

Australian author Stephanie Messenger  has been researching the vaccination issue for 30 years since her healthy new baby’s health deterioration and eventual death after his scheduled vaccines.  Stephanie subsequently became the mother of three vaccine-free healthy children. Her website is http://naturematters.info/ Stephanie is now touring New Zealand in association with WAVESnz (formerly known as  the... Read More | Share it now!

Vaccination Talk on October 6th

Australian author Stephanie Messenger is currently touring New Zealand and will be giving a talk  In Auckland this Sunday 6th October, 2:00 – 5:30pm.  (She will be giving talks in other centres as well;  information about these will be posted shortly.) Venue:          Grey Lynn Library Hall, 474 Great North Road, Auckland Date:          Sunday, 6th OCTOBER, 2013 Time:         2:00pm... Read More | Share it now!

Maggot Therapy vs. MRSA –The Antimicrobial Bio-surgeons that Know Best by Jade Rogers December, 2011 The battle between infectious bacteria and the antibiotic drugs used to treat them is not a new one, and is far from over. The World Health Organisation reports that many infectious diseases of today are at high risk of becoming uncontrollable due to antibiotic resistance. Approximately 440,000 new cases of... Read More | Share it now!

Maggot Therapy in the Treatment of Infections Caused by MRSA

Maggot Therapy vs. MRSA –The Antimicrobial Bio-surgeons that Know Best by Jade Rogers December, 2011 The battle between infectious bacteria and the antibiotic drugs used to treat them is not a new one, and is far from over. The World Health Organisation reports that many infectious diseases of today are at high risk of becoming uncontrollable due to antibiotic resistance. Approximately 440,000 new cases of... Read More | Share it now!

Editor’s note:  This is the story of how symptoms caused by an undiagnosed urinary tract infection (UTI) were mistaken for Alzheimer’s disease, leading  to the prescription of the drug Haloperidol – which in turn caused life threatening side effects.  It is crucial reading for anyone with elderly friends or relatives.   “Hell”operidol and Back   April 2010 … was a life changing... Read More | Share it now!

Urinary Tract Infection Mistaken for Alzheimer’s

Editor’s note:  This is the story of how symptoms caused by an undiagnosed urinary tract infection (UTI) were mistaken for Alzheimer’s disease, leading  to the prescription of the drug Haloperidol – which in turn caused life threatening side effects.  It is crucial reading for anyone with elderly friends or relatives.   “Hell”operidol and Back   April 2010 … was a life changing... Read More | Share it now!