The New Zealand Journal of Natural Medicine: Issue #47 Ebook – free sample


The NZ Journal of Natural Medicine is designed to empower people with knowledge about how to maintain good health – or recover from illness.  This issue includes articles on many different topics including nutrition, Western herbal medicine and homoeopathy.

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PDF containing FREE sample of articles from Issue 47 of The NZ Journal of Natural Medicine

This downloadable edition of The New Zealand Journal of Natural Medicine comes as a .PDF file which you can view on your preferred e-reader, tablet, smartphone, or computer. We recommend Adobe Reader. You will receive a link to download the file via email when your order is completed.

This is a free sample containing a selection of pages of issue 47

We hope that you will download the free sample of articles from this issue and also encourage family and friends to do likewise. 

In making this information available at no charge it is our hope that members of the public and dedicated health professionals alike can become better educated about the diversity of natural therapies options that are available.

If you enjoy this free sample, you can purchase the full issue (in print version or as a PDF) from our online shop.

Issue 47 went on sale in NZ and Australia in February 2023 so it will no longer be available in your local shop but it is available on our website from our online shop  as PDF or printed copy.


Introducing Issue 47 of The NZ Journal of Natural Medicine

American physician Dr.  Peter McCullough features on the cover of issue 47 of The NZ Journal of Natural Medicine.  One of the medical heroes of our times, Dr. McCullough has paid a professional price for speaking out for the sake of people’s health – and the information that he has to share is well worth reading.

Nutritious food and medicinal herbs have been the primary forms of healthcare for most of human history.  Issue 47 explores the use of some key nutrients that can support the body to overcome infection.  We feature an article about vitamin C (and cortisol) by Dr. Thomas Levy (MD, JD) as well as an article by Mark Sircus about the role of magnesium during acute infections.

In our herbal medicine section we look at the diverse actions of peppermint and traditional herbalist Amy McComb has written an article on the healing properties of the beautiful (and divinely scented) flower, the rose.

In NZ, the central government wants to impose artificial fluoridation chemicals into all water supplies that serve 500 people or more.  This issue includes an article on why this is such a terrible idea.*

In the homoeopathy section for issue 47 we present “Brawls, Falls and Homoeopathy” – a practical guide to using homoeopathic remedies to treat injuries.

With many more interesting articles inside, all in all this is another fascinating issue that we hope you will find valuable.

Wishing you the best of health,


Katherine Smith and Jonathan Eisen, Editors

  • Since this issue went to press, there has been growing pushback against the NZ government’s plan to compulsorily medicate most of the population via public water supplies.  For details of local campaigns in NZ on the fluoride issue please see this link:


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