Team Members


Victoria Ferdinands

Medical / Demographic Advisor

Victoria is a member of the Advisory Panel and part of the initial team who developed Khapregesic®.

She continues to be involved in the clinical use of Khapregesic® advising on medical matters and being involved in demographic focus group analyses for early adopters.

Currently studying Medicine at the University of Notre Dame in Fremantle, Victoria is also currently working as a Clinical Nurse at the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH) Intensive Care Unit (ICU) in Perth.

After working in nursing for 10 years, Victoria has occupied many roles within the healthcare team, including senior roles within education and leadership, in addition to direct clinical work in the ICU.

Since 2019, Victoria has worked as a tutor for the Notre Dame School of Nursing & Midwifery, assisting in the swift transition to online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fostering a love of learning and excellence, Victoria has completed varied specialist training across her nursing career, including post-graduate qualifications in Critical Care nursing and Health Professional Education.

Volunteering for community projects, Victoria worked as clinical support for a COVID-19 vaccine trial managed by the UWA Medical School in 2020, monitoring participants for potential side-effects and allergic reactions.

As an avid scuba diver, Victoria is also passionate about ocean conservation and protection, volunteering in the NARC dive club’s annual underwater harbour clean-up.


Australian NATURAL THERAPIST Journal

The Natural Therapist

Technical Article Published 2020

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Australian Natural Therapists Association reviews Khapregesic®

‘The Natural Therapist’ is the journal of the peak practitioner organisation, the Australian Natural Therapists Association.

TGA approved, the lost traditional medicine plant Khaya senegalensis is profiled for its polyphenol-rich wellness characteristics:

1. High anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving factors to calm an inflamed gut, 
2. High antioxidant levels to aid gut-cell repair, and 
3. Prebiotics to feed ‘good’ gut-bacteria. 

Clinical testing of the Khaya senegalensis formula, Khapregesic® backs up traditional medicine and scientific claims of efficacy for several modern health complaints.

The khaya used in these medicines is Australian Certified Organic and sustainably grown in Australia’s Tropical North, the most pristine agricultural region on earth. All products are 100% processed in Australia under GMP in TGA licensed facilities.

Our purity credentials are impeccable. From the certified organic khaya, Khapregesic® is free from artificial flavouring, colouring, preservatives and any animal by-products making it vegan-friendly. These khaya formulations have also minimised allergic reactions by excluding gluten, wheat, dairy, lactose, corn, cereals, eggs, nuts, and yeast.

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