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Iberogast ® (STW 5)

For the relief of symptoms of:

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Functional Dyspepsia

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Ellura ®

Helps promote and maintain:

Urinary tract health

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Remotiv ® (Ze 117)

For the relief of:

Nervous tension and stress

Mild anxiety

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Sinupret Forte ®

For the relief of symptoms of:

Sinusitis

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Femular ® (Ze 450)

For the symptomatic relief of:

Menopausal symptoms

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Legalon ® (MZ 80)

To improve and maintain:

Liver health

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ReDormin ® (Ze 91019)

For the relief of:

Insomnia

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KeenMind ® (CDRI 08)

To assist with:

Memory retention and recall

Concentration and mental clarity

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Gincosan ®

For assistance with:

Mental energy & performance

Memory and brainpower

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Ginsana ® (G115)

For the improvement of:

Energy and endurance

Immunity

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Premular ® (Ze 440)

For the symptomatic relief of:

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)

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DONA Glucosamine ®

For the management of:

Osteoarthritis

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Agiofibe ®

A fibre supplement for:

Healthy digestion

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Agiolax ®

For the relief of:

Constipation

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Your nervous system plays a key role in your emotional wellbeing, cognitive function and mental health. Maintaining a balanced mental and emotional state is an important part of feeling good and will have an effect on the rest of your health.

Many of us will have experienced stress or anxiety at different times in our life and, in small amounts, this is quite normal. However, when either of these continues long term, your overall health can suffer.

There are a number of factors that can contribute to stress and anxiety, including: going through major life changes, having low self esteem, a stressful work environment, and unhealthy diet or lifestyle habits.

Some helpful hints to reduce symptoms of stress and anxiety:

  • Healthy eating – focusing on fresh fruit and vegetables, whole grains, healthy fats (such as oily fish, nuts and seeds, avocado) and adequate water each day.
  • Regular exercise – getting your heart rate up and your body moving improves circulation and will help to release tense muscles.
  • Relaxation techniques – making regular time for something you find relaxing and enjoyable will help to let go of stress and worries e.g. massage, yoga, meditation, a warm bath, time spent in nature, etc.

You may also consider using natural medicines. Talk to your healthcare professional about Remotiv®, clinically proven to help with the symptoms of nervous tension, stress and mild anxiety.

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, it is important to speak with your healthcare professional.

The advice provided here is of a general nature only and is not intended to replace professional medical diagnosis and supervision. Patients should consult their healthcare professional for more specific treatment and advice.

The process of digestion involves breaking down the food you eat in order to absorb nutrients including vitamins and minerals; then getting rid of waste products your body doesn’t need.

Your digestive function actually plays an important role in staying healthy and can help to reduce the risk of developing more serious conditions. However, when your digestive system isn’t up to scratch, you may feel sluggish and heavy after meals. You might also notice symptoms such as bloating, gas and constipation.

Helpful hints for improving digestion:

  • Healthy eating – it goes without saying that eating a healthy balanced diet is good for you. It’s also good for your digestion and will provide important nutrients to keep you well.
  • Slow down – taking time to eat meals, rather than rushing, will help your food digest.
  • Avoid overeating – eating overly large portions places strain on your digestive system and will often leave you feeling uncomfortable and bloated. Eating smaller portions, more regularly, will make it easier for your digestive system.
  • Drink enough water – water is essential for all your body’s processes and can help to get a sluggish digestive system moving.
  • Fibre – this is important to keep the food moving through your digestive tract. Many Australians don’t get enough fibre in their diet and may benefit from a fibre supplement.

You may also consider using natural medicines to support your health. Talk to your healthcare professional about Iberogast®, which is clinically proven to improve symptoms of functional dyspepsia and irritable bowel syndrome.

If you feel that you need a supplement to aid in the relief of sluggish bowels or constipation, talk to your healthcare professional about and Agiolax, a unique combination of psyllium and senna.

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, it is important to speak with your healthcare professional.

The advice provided here is of a general nature only and is not intended to replace professional medical diagnosis and supervision. Patients should consult their healthcare professional for more specific treatment and advice.

Women and men experience many of the same health conditions, but these can sometimes affect women differently. This is due to a number of factors, including hormonal variations, which can result in different disease processes.

Women's health 'issues' often involve hormonal balance and reproductive issues, but there is more to it than that. Some conditions are more common in women, such as osteoarthritis, migraines, and depression. Whereas other conditions, such as pregnancy and menopause, are specific to women.

Helpful hints to support women’s health:

  • Eating well – plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables, regular serves of protein (e.g. fish, eggs, lean meat, legumes, nuts and seeds), healthy fats (found in nuts, olive oil, avocados, coconut and oily fish) and adequate water each day.
  • Regular exercise – get your body moving every day, even if it’s something simple like taking the stairs instead of the lift, or walking part of the way to work.
  • Relaxation – make regular time for something you find relaxing and enjoyable e.g. yoga, meditation, massage etc. This will help you let go of stress and worries.
  • Spend time outside – regular and appropriate sun exposure not only feels nice, it also increases your vitamin D, which is important for maintaining healthy bone density through its effect on calcium. If you can’t get time in the sun, vitamin D supplementation may be recommended by a healthcare professional.

You may also consider using natural medicines to support your health.

For women experiencing menstrual complaints such as premenstrual syndrome, talk to your healthcare professional about Premular®, a clinically proven extract of chaste tree.

For women experiencing menopausal symptoms such as hot flushes, talk to your healthcare professional about Femular®, a clinically proven extract of black cohosh.

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, it is important to speak with your healthcare professional.

The advice provided here is of a general nature only and is not intended to replace professional medical diagnosis and supervision. Patients should consult their healthcare professional for more specific treatment and advice.

The liver is the second largest organ in the body and plays a vital role in many processes. The main function of the liver is as a ‘detoxifier’ as it neutralises waste products and chemicals, found in things like medicines and alcohol.

The liver produces bile, which plays an important role in the digestion of dietary fat and the absorption of certain nutrients such as vitamins A and D. The liver also helps to release glucose into the blood stream, which provides energy when we exercise. Maintaining a healthy liver is extremely important to your health. There are many diet and lifestyle factors that can harm your liver over time, such as being overweight and not exercising, as well as the excessive consumption of alcohol or processed foods.

Helpful hints to support liver health:

  • Eat healthy – focus on fresh and clean foods, including plenty of fruit and vegetables.
  • Stay hydrated – drink plenty of filtered water, remembering to take regular sips, and aim for an average of 2L each day.
  • Avoid foods that tax your liver e.g. fried foods, processed and junk foods.
  • Reduce alcohol intake – too many drinks places strain on your liver.
  • Only take medications when you need them.

You may also consider using natural medicines to support your health. Talk to your healthcare professional about Legalon®, which is clinically proven to support and maintain a healthy liver.

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, it is important to speak with your healthcare professional.

The advice provided here is of a general nature only and is not intended to replace professional medical diagnosis and supervision. Patients should consult their healthcare professional for more specific treatment and advice.

When you have a lot going on, you are juggling a busy schedule or exercising heavily, you might find yourself lacking energy. This can wear you down over time and, if you don’t look after your health, you may begin to feel fatigued.

Feelings of fatigue can also be a sign of more serious health conditions. It is therefore important to speak with your healthcare professional if you’re fatigued, so they can take an overview of your health and investigate the possible causes.

Some helpful hints to beat fatigue:

  • Healthy eating – eat protein with each meal (e.g. fish, eggs, lean meat, legumes, nuts and seeds), cut sugary foods and processed foods out of your diet, eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables and whole grains.
  • Stay hydrated – drink water regularly, as dehydration can contribute to feelings of fatigue.
  • Find balance – too much exercise can sap your energy and not enough exercise can cause fatigue. Working out the best amount of regular exercise for you is important.
  • Sleep well – practice going to bed early (the more hours of sleep before midnight, the better) so that you can wake refreshed in the morning.
  • Avoid stimulants – too much caffeine and sugar will actually increase fatigue, not boost energy.

You may also consider using natural medicines. Talk to your healthcare professional about Ginsana®, clinically proven to improve energy and endurance. A good quality multivitamin may also be helpful in keeping your energy levels at their best.

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, it is important to speak with your healthcare professional.

The advice provided here is of a general nature only and is not intended to replace professional medical diagnosis and supervision. Patients should consult their healthcare professional for more specific treatment and advice.

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Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare professional.