Back to Nature’s Pharmacy with Jane Mackenzie

For centuries plants have been our allies, nourishing and healing our bodies and many prescription drugs that are sold today are actually plant-based or formed from plant extracts but does this necessarily mean that they’re better? We also know pharmacists to be the authorities on drug therapy however their role today is very different to what it was in ancient times and it is for this reason that Jane Mackenzie, a qualified pharmacist decided to leave the field and pursue natural medicine and nutrient dense nutritional therapy. Her vision for pharmacy is what is known as being an apothecary.

The word is derived from “apotheca”, meaning a place where wine, spices and herbs were stored. Apothecary was therefore one term for a medical professional who formulates and dispenses material to physicians and patients and thus the modern pharmacist or chemist has taken over this role. In some languages, the word "apothecary" is still used for designating a pharmacist/chemist – think of the Afrikaans “Apteek or apteker”. So, during the thirteenth century the word came into use to describe a person who kept a shop stocked with herbs and other commodities. In light of this, Jane gives us practical tips on how to read labels on supplements in a health shop or pharmacy and what to look out for when choosing vitamins and minerals. For this reason, Jane developed her own range of supplements: Heavenly Harmony.


We also discuss her recent trip to Russia and the health-realted discoveries she made whilst visiting ancient cities there, one being that living in four-walled homes with flat ceilings negatively impacts one's aura and every as opposed to domed living structures found in ancient & traditional dwellings. She then decide to create a room like this in her home as seen below.


The conversation also gets esoterically scientific (LOL, yes I know that seems oxymoronic) when she delves into the holographic form of humans, the scalar wave and the concept that bad thoughts, disease and bacteria have a positive charge and we therefore need to discharge this by walking barefoot on the earth. Before you dismiss it, perhaps do some research on Nikola Tesla’s work on scalar waves. Also a reminder that Elon Musk’s Tesla is named after the Serbian electrical engineer, physicist and futurist. The Tesla Roadster uses an AC motor taken from Nikola Tesla's original 1882 design.


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