March News

VIP Special

Buy any herbal tea from the Feelrealgood herbal tea range & get a second tea half price!

 No further discounts apply.
Purchased in one transaction.
Second item must be of equal or lesser value.
Conditions apply.

Claudia’s Corner – Advice and tips from our Naturopath.

The kids are back at school and now is the time to stock up on lots of allergy free foods and snacks. Here at Mountain Health we have a great selection of allergy free foods and snacks to choose from. Don’t forget we also have an extensive range of natural products to help with allergies: from probiotics to herbal tonics. A great product I’ve had a lot of good feedback from customers and clients, is Fusion Allergy. It has a natural antihistamine action and can be used for digestive allergies as well as hay fever, eczema and hives and is safe for children 2 years onwards.

fusion allergy

Lunch box Nori Rolls

Try these deliciously healthy, allergy friendly, lunch box nori rolls.

lunchbox nori rolls

  • 1 cup quinoa
  • 1 tbsp. apple cider vinegar
  • 1 Lebanese cucumber
  • 1 small red capsicum
  • 1 avocado
  • 1 carrot
  • 3 tbsp. tahini
  • 4 nori sheets
  • Place 1 cup of quinoa with 2 cups of cold water into a saucepan.
  • Bring to the boil, then reduce to a simmer, cover and cook for a further 12-15 minutes.
  • Turn heat off and let sit with lid on for further 5 minutes.
  • Cool quinoa and stir in apple cider vinegar. 

  • Meanwhile cut vegetables into long thin slices. 

  • On a sushi mat layout your nori roll and spread a thin layer of tahini at one end.
  • Spread a 1cm layer of quinoa over the whole sheet (not covering the tahini) keeping about 2cm at the far end of the sheet free from rice.
Place the vegetable fillings on top of the quinoa
Lift the front of the sheet closest to you and begin to roll the sheet tightly.
  • Just before reaching the end of the sheet wet the exposed edge with a little water.
  • Apply gentle pressure to join the edges of the nori.
Rolls can be eaten whole or sliced with a wet, sharp knife. 
Other veggies you could try include spinach, asparagus, beansprouts, or anything you like!

Feelrealgood Herbal Teas


Feelrealgood Herbal teas are a range of tea blends made using organic herbs. The teas are hand blended & recipes designed to be beneficial to a variety of health conditions. Come into Mountain Health to get some advice on a tea that could help you “feelrealgood”!

Herbal Iced Tea

When the weathers warmer, it’s a perfect time to enjoy your herbal tea chilled!
How to make herbal iced tea:
  • Make a strong tea by using more herbs than you normally would for brewing a cup—about 1 tablespoon per cup of water—since you’ll later be diluting the brewed tea with ice.
  • Steep a little longer than you normally would for a cup or pot of hot tea, about 15 to 20 minutes.
  • Pour the strong brew over a lot of ice and serve. Or combine it with an equal amount of cold, filtered water and refrigerate until chilled.

herbal iced tea

Feelrealgood Lucky Lemon makes a great Iced Tea, using a blend of cooling, calming and relaxing herbs, just perfect for a warm evening. Try adding fresh berries. Yum!
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