Latest News, Recent Studies, and Top Tips for Good Health


Navigating the Early Stages of Menopause

Early menopause is a time of changes in a woman’s body. Although these natural changes may make you feel uncomfortable, there are things you can do to still feel good.

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How I keep my kids healthy

Mother of three, Claire Bozikov shares how she keeps her little ones healthy - read on for her top tips to help get you through the cough and cold season.


What your mood says about your hormones

Discover how your monthly ups and downs are attributed to hormonal fluctuations throughout your menstrual cycle.


What is your cough trying to tell you?

Ever wondered what your cough was trying to tell you? Lets explore why we get a cough and a few simple ways to help get some relief.


How to support yourself naturally during the first signs of stress

Learn how to lessen stress with these evidence-based tips for managing the first signs.


What the research says about how to eat your way to a healthy liver

Eating a nutritious diet is an important way to keep your liver healthy as you age - we take a look at what the research says about the types of food that may help along the way.

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Top natural and trusted remedies to beat the winter chills

If you’ve caught a winter cold, Mother Nature can lend a helping, healing hand


Help beat that cold whilst on holiday

Falling ill while on holiday is no fun. We’ve rounded up the best ways to get you back on your feet and in holiday mode. 


5 ways you can shorten your cold

If you’ve got a cough, runny nose, and sore throat, it’s time to try some simple, tried and trusted ways to help get rid of that cold for good.

What a good night’s sleep really means

There is more to good sleep than just getting 8 hours of shut eye. Here we explore the importance of sleep and some tips to help you properly recharge.

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Dry Coughs vs Chesty Coughs

If you or your little one has developed a cough, have you stopped to think about what kind of cough you’ve come down with? 

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Top 10 things to do with children stuck inside with a cold

If you’re feeling housebound with sick children this winter, here are ten fun activities to keep your kids entertained indoors.

What to eat during the menopausal transition

At midlife, eating well may help reduce menopausal symptoms. So the question is - what does eating well at midlife entail? 

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Women's health in midlife

If you’re a woman approaching your mid-forties and fifties, your body may be undergoing various changes – some which may be unnoticed. 


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Foods to eat and avoid when you have a cough

We take a look at what foods to try and what to  steer clear off when battling with some of the symptoms of a cold.

Warm liquids like soup can help ease cough symptoms

Home remedies for persistent coughs

Few things are more unpleasant than a persistent cough that just won’t go away, help ease your cough symptoms with these easy-to-prepare home remedies.

See the Mind in Motion

Ever wondered what your mind looks like?

Tips to Boost your Brain Health

Diet, exercise and a good night’s sleep are important for the health of our body and mind, but what else can we be doing to maintain cognitive health? 

How to Improve Working Memory

What goes on between the point when we learn something for the first time and when it gets added to our bank of long-term memories? What prevents new learning from getting there?

Mental Sharpness—It’s All About Keeping Healthy

Forgetting basic things can be a frustrating experience, but it does not have to be a part of getting older. Try these simple tips to support your mental sharpness.

De-Cluttering and Switching it Up: How to Stay Focused in a Busy World

No longer just techniques reserved for seasoned procrastinators;  we explore how banishing clutter and changing things up are techniques you can strategically try to help maintain focus.

Learning How to Learn: Managing Cognitive Load

Are you picking up a new skill at work  or trying to break bad habits and pick up new ones? The keys to all comes down to knowing how to learn…

How daylight savings can impact your sleep routine

Here’s a look at how daylight savings can disrupt your body clock – with tips to help you transition smoothly.

Understanding Sleep Cycle Could Lead to Better Quality Sleep

There is no need to put up with sleepless nights. Learning how to manage your sleep cycle might help you to finally get a good night’s sleep.

How to choose a reliable natural medicine product

Up to 24 percent of Australian adults with a chronic health condition regularly use complementary medicines so it’s important to make sure you find one that’s right for you.

Hot flushes - menopause, or something else?

Hot flushes are an unfortunate symptom of menopause, but they can have other causes. Here’s the lowdown.

Benefits of Exercising and Eating Well in the Winter

Don’t let the drop in temperaturecold, winds and rain this winter prevent you from keeping physically active and eating a healthy diet all year round.

Student Tips on Improving Memory, Focus & Learning Process

If you’re a student, you can help the learning process and improve your memory by using focus and attention techniques.

Understanding the source to patient journey

At Flordis, we believe it’s the science behind growing, harvesting and processing that delivers the true health benefits of natural medicine.

The importance of herbal extracts

Not all natural medicines are created equal – that’s why Flordis believes it’s important to consider the specific herbal extract, not just herb names, when choosing a natural medicine.

From industry sceptic to industry champion

An interview with Soho Flordis International CEO Nigel Pollard

Supporting your child’s health as winter approaches

We consider how you can support your child’s health in the cooler months - particularly when they’re surrounded by other sick children at school, preschool and daycare.

Simple steps to aid in avoiding colds and coughs this autumn

Are you dreading the thought of another cold this autumn? These scientifically backed tips can help to support your immune system in the lead-up to winter.