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The Health Benefits Of Rosehip: Our New Daily Boost Tonic

Skye Macfarlane

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The Health Benefits Of Rosehip: Our New Daily Boost Tonic
Our reformulated Daily Boost Tonic is here! It contains a powerful combination of rosehip, nettle and kawakawa. Rosehip contains one of the highest plant-based forms of vitamin C, which in turn helps with inflammation, supports immunity helps with collagen and skin repair, and also adrenal health. You can try our Daily Boost Tonic to get all the benefits of rosehip for yourself!

Embrace winter with warming and supportive hot tonics.

Ruth Vaughan

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Embrace winter with warming and supportive hot tonics.

Embrace winter with warming and supportive hot tonics. The winter temperatures sure have hit down south. With some days starting out in the negative we’ve needed to up our game to stay warm and well. Nothing beats cosy-ing up on a winters day, with a hot brew in hand.  Other than the basics of hand washing, eating well (and with plenty of colour and variety), continuing to move our bodies in whatever exercise works you over winter (Hot yoga is pretty bliss here in Dunedin over the winter months) and maintaining good sleep and rest patterns- adding some supportive herbs...


Bitters - Our award winning formula (Part 4)

Skye Macfarlane

Bitters - Our award winning formula (Part 4)

Bitters-Our award winning formula. Over this 4 part blog series we have shared with you the history of bitters and how bitter tastes can be beneficial to our overall health and particularly our digestion. Wild Dispensary is ALL about simplicity and sustainability. Things have to be easy to be able to be maintained and that goes for daily habits as well. We are all busy so what we create needs to work for you.  Hence why we formulated our Liver Bitters.  We have chosen : Globe Artichoke - our main liver bitter plant.We chose this because Globe is king/queen of...


Bitters and how they work (Part 3)

Skye Macfarlane

Tags Bitters, Detoxification, Digestion support, gut health, Liver Health

Bitters and how they work (Part 3)

Bitters and how do they work:

So why would we have bitters? Bitter tastes are usually produced by plants to protect themselves against predators, plants produce chemical compounds, many of which are bitter tasting and even poisonous. That is why we have a negative reaction to bitters (to protect us from being poisoned). But bitter is one of the original four basic t


Central Otago Thyme

Skye Macfarlane

Central Otago Thyme

Here at Wild Dispensary not only do we live in, but we celebrate the landscape and the amazing plants that grow in our region.  We also highlight and hero them - in particular Central Otago Thyme.  Central Otago Thyme has long been utilised for its powerful medicinal qualities.  There is a reason why this amazing plant is so powerful and it is in large part due to the climate that it grows in. Anyone that has visited Central Otago will know it gets the hottest summers and the coldest winters and this massive variety of temperature and climate makes the...