In the Press
COUNTRY STYLE MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 2018 - PEACE OF MIND
Naturopath Anthia Koullouros on how to clear the mind and put the spring back into your step.
FINANCIAL REVIEW JULY 2018 - THERAPEUTIC TEAS: THE HUMBLE CUPPA ENJOYS A MEDICINAL MAKEOVER
Koullouros is particularly well-placed to talk about the growth of herbal teas in Australia. Today, Ovvio's range – which includes both traditional caffeinated teas and dozens of herbal blends – can be found everywhere from exclusive resorts such as One&Only Wolgan Valley to gourmet grocers in Darwin and Singapore. An Ovvio flagship, just off Oxford Street in Sydney, has both a store and naturopathy clinic, making explicit Koullouros's belief that tea can be a treatment.
"Drinking herbal tea for its therapeutic benefits certainly seems to be gaining mainstream acceptance," she says. "But herbal teas have always been prescribed by naturopaths and herbalists because they're so easy and accessible. To have a calming herbal tea, or something for sugar cravings, or for your tummy... it's kind of a no-brainer at our end."
GREEN + SIMPLE - THE BEST NATURAL COLD REMEDIES ACCORDING TO A NATUROPATH
If you’ve made it through winter so far without a common cold, you’re probably cheering, because the pesky virus is one of the most annoying ailments to catch. It presents itself as the old, not sick enough to stay at home but miserable enough to annoy anyone willing to listen, conundrum. And let’s not even mention the need to use up that entire tissue box before lunch. Traditionally we’ve reached for cold and flu tablets to help stifle the sniffles, however there are some powerful natural cold remedies you – or your family – can turn to instead.