New Zealand is a place that offers Nature at its best
and from this environment
“Natural Zealand” (the company) brings you
Natural Products to enhance your health and well-being.
We are 100% New Zealand owned and operated with the aim of providing our online customers with quality and affordable natural products and natural skincare cosmetics. We have a commitment to quality products and authenticity.
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Nature crafted New Zealand with an amazing surreal beauty and a healthy environment, offering so much variety, within one single country, that is why it easy to say “that this is seldom found anywhere”.
In the southern part of the world, New Zealand’s only border is that of the sea. Quietly tucked away at the bottom of the globe, with a wide range of native trees, plants, flowers, insects, and birds, including the famous flightless Kiwi, New Zealand is a country that boasts it clean green pure nature as being one of its biggest assets.
From this New Zealand has established a health and well-being industry that incorporates world famous Manuka Honey and many other unique natural remedies.
New Zealand has amazing natural wonders and pristine lakes, pasture land and forests. It has so much to offer for such an innovative small lightly populated country. Below is just a glimpse of some of the natural beauty this magical country has to offer and help you understand why we are so proud of our country and the natural health enhancing products it has to offer.
Fiordland National Park and Milford Sound, South Island
A New Zealand World Heritage Site, Fiordland National Park protects some of the most spectacular scenery in the country and the world. Glaciers sculpted this dramatic landscape carving the famous fjords of Milford, Doubtful Sounds and Dusky sounds. The beauty shown in the photo cannot substitute for the feeling of being there and experiencing nature at its best.
Bay of Islands, North Island
More than 144 islands dot the spectacular bay making it a haven for beach activities, sailing and yachting. Sea life is abundant, penguins, dolphins, whales, and marlin live in these clear clean waters. Selected areas are set aside as sanctuaries for all to enjoy right now, and protecting this area for future generations.
Rotorua, North Island
On the tumultuous Pacific Ring of Fire, New Zealand’s Rotorua is one of the most active geothermal regions in the world. Natural earthy health products come from this region. Boiling mud pools, hissing geysers, volcanic craters, and steaming thermal springs allow many visitors to experience the world of nature alive. The power of what has evolved from historical events is mind blowing. This now provides us the raw materials for many natural skin products. Seeing is believing is the only way to explain what this area has to offer.
Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers, South Island
New Zealand offers the most accessible glaciers in the world, you can see, feel and touch them. Franz Josef and Fox glaciers are in New Zealand’s spectacular Westland's Tai Poutini National Park. While you can walk to the foot of these glaziers, highly recommended is a helicopter ride giving breath-taking views of Mount Cook and of course the top of the Glaziers.
Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park, South Island
Aoraki/Mt Cook is New Zealand’s tallest mountain and offers some of the world’s best mountain climbing experiences. The crisp clear air is so refreshing even at the base of the mountain, where great accommodation and day trip facilities are found. Nature lovers will appreciate the diversity of flora and fauna with more than 300 species of alpine plants and 40 species of birds. This mountain has been climbed by most of the world’s most experienced climbers.
Farming from Green Pastures produces the best
Farming in New Zealand has evolved with the use of technology to harness the “best in class” natural way to farm. Fresh green pastures, happy relaxed animals. New Zealand is well known for its lamb/sheep, beef and dairy products. New Zealand is a global leader in these markets for quality and eco friendly farming practices. From this we produce not only meat, hide and wool products but also educate many other countries on how farming can be self-sustaining. Natures products from farming include infant formulas from the dairy herds and lanolin creams from the sheep wool. Many other exciting products are global brands such as the highest quality merino wool garments from Ice Breaker clothing.
A few notable famous New Zealanders (Kiwis)
Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937) – physicist
Kate Sheppard – (1847-1934) suffragette
Sir Edmund Hillary (1919-2008) – mountaineer and explorer
Dr Frederick Truby King (1858-1938) – founder of Plunket Society
Jean Batten (1909–1982) aviatrix
Sir Brian Barratt-Boyes (1924-2006) – heart surgeon
Sir Peter Snell (1938–) runner
William Pickering (1910-2004) – space scientist
Sir Peter Jackson (1961-) – film maker
Janet Frame (1924-2004) – writer
Sir Colin Meads (1936-) – All Black
Katherine Mansfield (1888–1923) writer
Thomas Brydone (1760s–1849) and William Soltau Davidson (1846-1924) – refrigeration pioneers
Richard Pearse (1877–1953) aviation pioneer
Maurice Wilkins (1916-2004) – scientist Nobel laureate
Sir Bernard Freyberg (1889-1963) – lieutenant-general
Sir Harold Gillies (1882-1960) – plastic surgeon
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa (1944-) – opera singer
Sir Peter Blake (1948-2001) – yachtsman
Dr John Bedbrook – biotechnologist
Dr Fred Hollows – (1929-1993) eye surgeon
Neil Finn (1958-) – musician
Colin McCahon (1919-1987) – painter
Sir Archibald McIndoe (1900–1960) plastic surgeon
Rev Samuel Marsden (1765-1838) – missionary
The Kiwi “Number 8 Wire” Mind-set that sets us apart
New Zealand people are often referred to as Kiwi
Number 8 wire is a British gauge of steel wire that was popularised as fencing wire around New Zealand farms in the 19th century. Not long after, farmers were using this wire as an unconventional shed tool for all kinds of practical purposes. Borne out of isolation, Kiwis were improvising and adapting limited resources to produce innovative solutions. This ‘make do, can do’ attitude embodies the tradition of Kiwi ingenuity where New Zealanders refuse to be constrained by limited experience and resources, and believe in their ability to solve problems in ways that challenge the status quo – the ‘’Number 8 wire’’ mind-set.
This mind-set has long been the root of Kiwi innovation. It has offered a competitive advantage to New Zealanders thus far and has seen the success of many Kiwi inventions - the jet boat, electric fence, and zorbing - to name a few. The No. 8 wire mind-set has also launched several successful Kiwi start-ups, namely Xero, the global accounting software company. Xero spent its first five years in New Zealand, refining and building its product to become ‘’The Apple of accounting’’. They thought big from day one, managed to get $15 million by listing the company on the NZ Stock Exchange, and attracted success that proves working from New Zealand is not a limitation for start-ups.
The traditional Number 8 wire mind-set should always be acknowledged. Willingness to challenge the norm, use unexpected approaches to solve problems, and embrace challenges are characteristics that define Kiwi ingenuity around the world. During 2017 Americas Cup yachting racing in Bermuda showed how a small country like New Zealand can take on the might of the USA and other countries to win the oldest known sporting trophy “The Americas Cup”. Recognising our culture as a pioneer for lateral thinking will continue to inspire New Zealanders to push their ideas out to the world.