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Verdure Naturopathy

Health, Wellness & Weight loss for everyone!

Verdure Naturopathy

At Verdure Naturopathy we assist you to reach your health & wellness goals, we specialise in chronic disease management and weight loss.
Our health is a gift and it is with good health that we can remain active and reach our dreams. We believe everyone should have the opportunity to live well and as healthy & active as possible.
Your ability to achieve optimal health is dependant on many factors, like:

  • Age
  • Current health status
  • Committment to achieve your goal

We will help you to maintain optimal health and wellbeing by providing you with knowledge to make decisions that empower you to make good health choices.
Naturopathy is complimentary to other modern medicine and does not aim to replace other health practitioners but rather to equip you with knowledge to give your body the ability to restore balance leading to optimal health and well being.

At Verdure Naturopathy we offer:

  • Comprehensive natropathic assessment
  • A full personalised herbal dispensary
  • Iridology
  • Detox program
  • Skin allergy testing
  • Food intolarance assessment
  • Ultalite weight loss program and much more.

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The Best Herbs for Holiday Recipes
If you enjoy using fresh or dried herbs in your recipes, you can usually get them year-round. During the winter, the following herbs are easy to find even in the cold season, and really go perfectly with all your holiday recipes.
Rosemary
One herb you will see used often in winter recipes is rosemary. This is because it is ideal to use with various superfoods and other dishes you will prepare in the cold, winter months, plus you can grow it year-round. So, regardless of the climate you live in, you can find rosemary that is fresh even in the dead of winter. Rosemary is wonderful when used fresh for hearty dishes like beef and lamb, and also goes wonderful with chicken and vegetarian dishes. It also has some health benefits, including helping with digestive problems.
Basil
Another herb that you can use in the winter for your different recipes is basil. This is a very popular herb because it is easy to find and very versatile. There really is so much you can do with it, from making your own pesto at home, to adding it to various Italian dishes. It also goes great in Asian-inspired dishes and American favorite, so it is wonderful to have during the winter. You can use fresh basil, but don’t shy away from dried if that is all you can find.
Mint
This is such a wonderful herb to use during the winter, and you can find it just about all winter long, whether you grow it yourself at home or get it fresh from a local grocery store. Mint is on the stronger side, so keep that in mind when you are choosing what to use it in. While you might use multiple leaves of basil or twigs of rosemary, you really only need a single leaf of mint for the typical meal. Of course, this will depend on what you are preparing as well. The great thing about mint is that not only are there many food dishes you can make with it, but it is amazing for those fun holiday drinks.
Thyme
The last herb to consider for your holiday recipes is thyme. This is very similar to mint, both in how strong of an herb is, and how quickly it can grow both indoors and outdoors. Thyme is wonderful when you are making a meat dish like pork or beef, and adding sage to it as well. It is also a good compliment to lemon tones in your dishes, which happens to be a popular winter superfood.
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