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  21st Century Medicine is based in Wellington, New Zealand. It is a company that assists people (and animals) to obtain better health and better lives. Consultations are available in clinic or by telephone. A range of natural, safe, and effective medicines are available for clients and practitioners. These medicines are primarily vibrational and are sourced from the plant, animal, and mineral kingdoms. Sacred Plant Medicine of Aotearoa (First Light Flower Essences) and rongoa (Maori medicine) are specialities.  
  21st Century Medicine Director: Astrea Morgane BSc(Hons) DipHom RCHom DipFLFENZ Astrea graduated from Massey University in 1984 with a First Class BSc(Hons) focused in plant science, mycology, microbiology, biochemistry, and cytology. She was the Scientific Editor of New Zealand's national scientific journals in the natural sciences for 25 years. When Astrea (and orthodox medicine) was challenged by a major health issue she says "it gave me the opportunity to discover other ways of healing and the means get well and grow". Her experience was so profound that she went on to study many natural health modalities.  
  Astrea holds the National Diploma in Homeopathy and the Certificate in Homeobotanical Therapy. She is a Registered Homeopath with the New Zealand Council of Homeopaths. Astrea has completed rongoa courses with Pa Ropata (Rob McGowan) through Waikato University and intensive rongoa training with Kuia Olive Bullock of Te Kopere o Raehina (Traditional Rongoa Maori School & Clinic). She holds the Certificate and Diploma in First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand and is a Registered Practitioner. Astrea is also a Teacher Trainee and the Wellington Co-ordinator for First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand. She has received training in many other therapies including: Australian Bush Flowers in Australia; Indian Head Massage, Reiki, Crystal Healing, and Shamanism with her Rainbow Wise Woman teacher Judith Anne Watson; Mirimiri with Rangimarie Sutherland; and Medicine Woman training with internationally-recognised medicine woman Franchelle Ofsoske-Wyber.