Natural Healthcare

Fighting Global Disease

Research in the natural world’s potential in the healthcare field has never been more essential to mankind’s survival than in the present day. With the incidences of diseases like cancer, diabetes, and autism rising each year, we must find innovative ways to solve these growing global health crises. The neem tree has shown immense potential… read more »

Beauty Inspired by Nature

Beauty is a natural reflection of health and wellbeing; therefore any product that promises beauty must bring overall health to our body. Nature has always excelled in providing the nutrition, vitamins, minerals and solutions the body needs for comprehensive sustenance. Many plants and flowers, seeds and trees have provided medicines to treat, cure and prevent… read more »

The Value in Protecting Crops Naturally

The primary obstacle to sustainable food security today is an economic model and thought system, nurtured throughout the industrial revolution, that views social progress as the ability to produce at maximum capacity and at any financial or environmental cost. This attitude towards life, business and specially agriculture is on the verge of profound change. Feeding… read more »

What Does the Future Hold for Neem?

The neem tree’s versatility is driving the incursion of this fast growing crop in new and diverse industries. Owing to its more than 200 bioactive compounds the neem is showing promise in providing safe, natural solutions to a wide range of issues across the board, thus reaffirming its status as the UN’s ‘Tree of the… read more »

Our Need to Solve the Energy Challenge

The global transition to clean, renewable energy is well underway with remarkable breakthroughs in sustainable energy production occurring every day. Wind power capacity has grown more than 20% every year over the last decade, the price of solar power has declined by 99% since 1972 and over 70 governments around the world have now introduced… read more »

Saving Millions from Antibiotic Resistance

  “This may be the most important year for Antimicrobial Resistance that we’ve had in our lifetime.” Keiji Fukada – Assistant Director General of the World Health Organization, May 2016 One of the most significant threats to mankind now and in the coming decades, infectious microbes around the world continue to develop resistance to many… read more »