Our Ethos + Philosophy

We want to start by acknowledging the traditional owners of the land in which we’re on, and pay our respects to their elders past, present and emerging. Our manufacturing, processing, making, and workings all happen in Australia, on Indigenous land. We are utterly respectful and so grateful for this earth we get to live on. 

We want to heal. 

As a close family, the team behind Golden Grind share a holistic approach to life and a serious passion to create natural products that actually work. No marketing BS. Just good, honest products.

How are our products different?

Every ingredient used has a purpose. There's no fillers, no preservatives, no chemicals. Using a range of herbs, botanical, spices and plants that have all stand the test of time; thousands of years and the brutality of credible scientific testing.

Natural is better. 

We strongly believe in the healing practices of ancient Ayurvedic, Chinese, Indigenous and African medicine systems. We have spent years learning about and researching these practices, and the remedies that have been proven to work over thousands of years. We truly believe this way of healing our bodies is fundamental to longevity. 

We couple this through investing time and energy on ensuring the best scientists, developers and manufacturers in Australia have hand crafted each and every product.

 We believe in giving back. 

We acknowledge we are the lucky ones. Rooves over our heads, food on our tables. We are acutely aware that there are those less fortunate than us, and so we ensure that a percentage of all revenue earned is spent on helping those who need it most. We work closely with charities and groups that are close to our hearts.

We are proud to support FareShare. FareShare rescues surplus food and cooks it into free, nutritious meals for people doing it tough. They operate Australia’s largest charity kitchens, cooking more than 10,000 meals a day between their Melbourne and Brisbane kitchens. FareShare’s complete meals improve the diet and wellbeing of some of the most vulnerable people in Australia, including women and children fleeing domestic violence, low income families and people of all ages experiencing homelessness. We have committed to providing 100 meals per month across FareShare's network. 


We are proud to support HoMie. HoMie, Homelessness Of Melbourne Incorporated Enterprise, started out of curiosity in 2015, between 3 friends eager to break down the stigma associated with homelessness and those experiencing it rough on the streets. They are an organisation that supports young people affected by homelessness or hardship to equip them with skills, confidence and experiences to be more work-ready and better prepared for their future. They are gender neutral, they are socially conscious and they are a community. Creating meaningful impact and outcomes is at the core of what they do for young people. 

Golden Grind is far from a trend. It’s certainly not a fad. 

Golden Grind is innovative medicine, taking medicinal ingredients that have been used for thousands of years, and combining and using them in such a new and innovative way to combat the negatives of our new normal way of living, with technology, pollution and advanced diets.