It’s about thyme

Using wisdom from centuries-old herbal medicine, Artemis founder Sandra Clair draws on a combination of plant lore, traditional Swiss formulations and science to create herbal remedies at her Dunedin factory. Her range covers everything from pregnancy, stress relief and ‘slim and trim’ teas to kids’ immunity boosters, vein-support treatments and more. The annual harvest of locally grown medicinal plants is the focal point of her practice.

Where does the name ‘Artemis’ come from?

of nature and wilderness, and the protector of women

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