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Evergreen Balm For- stimulating healing and relieving pain, increasing local circulation and for a chest rub during colds with sinus congestion or chronic coughs. Herbal Remedies, Health Remedies, Home Remedies, Natural Remedies, Healing Herbs, Medicinal Plants, Natural Healing, Natural Medicine, Herbal Medicine

Free Herbal Remedies & Recipes - LearningHerbs

Dozens of free herbal remedies and recipes that teach you herbalism one experience at a time. First aid, cold and flu care, body care and much more.

How To Make A Plantain Salve For Bug Bites, Sunburn and Skin Irritation with Infused Oils - Common Sense Homesteading Healing Herbs, Natural Healing, Natural Home Remedies, Herbal Remedies, Natural Medicine, Herbal Medicine, How To Make Plantains, Savon Soap, Survival

How to Make a Salve with Infused Oils - Easy DIY Skincare

How to make a salve with infused oils. Plantain salve is amazing for insect bites and stings, removing slivers, hemorrhoids and relieving dry skin.

Knightia excelsa - New Zealand - honeysuckle, "Rewarewa" Exotic Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Australian Native Flowers, Photo Tree, Healing Herbs, Trees And Shrubs, All Plants, Back Gardens, Native Plants

Knightia excelsa tree photos

Knightia excelsa - NZ honeysuckle, rewarewa. Photos of New Zealand native trees.

Honey produced from the nectar of manuka or New Zealand tea trees (leptospermum scoparium) is renowned for its antibacterial properties. Only single flowered varieties are useful for honey production. Their hard, red wood was widely u Flowering Trees, Trees And Shrubs, Trees To Plant, Manuka Tree, Honey Production, Making Water, Australian Native Flowers, Native Gardens, Garden Of Earthly Delights

Marvellous manuka

We think of manuka as a New Zealand native, our tea tree, but actually we share it with Australia. Don't let that worry you, it's not a point of contention; rather it shows the tea tree range, and shows it's too good to be kept for one country.

How traditional Maori herbs are still relevant today Healing Herbs, Medicinal Plants, Natural Healing, Natural Herbs, Complex System, Australian Tea Tree, Maori Art, Natural Lifestyle, Growing Herbs

How traditional Maori herbs are still relevant today

The unique therapeutic properties of New Zealand’s native herbs were recognised and developed by Maori as part of a complex system of traditional medicine and healing. The healing potential of these plants and this knowledge is as relevant today as it ever was. As awareness grows of the limitations of pharmaceutical medicines, attention is increasingly turning back to our herbal allies in the plant world.

Kawakawa - the leaf of a New Zealand tree has MANY health benefits! Such as purifying the blood and helping with sore throats. Garden Oasis, Herb Garden, Garden Plants, Indoor Plants, House Plants, Pot Plants, Modern Fence Design, Office Plants, Edible Flowers

About Kawakawa | Macropiper Excelsum | The Plant of the Heart

Kawakawa - the leaf of a New Zealand tree has MANY health benefits! Such as purifying the blood and helping with sore throats.

Herbal Gardening Kūmarahou is still used as a herbal treatment today. medicine was made by boiling the leaves in water for drinking, which was said to ease rheumatism and asthma. It is a blood purifier , coughs and flu was also used for tuberculosis . Herbal Remedies, Home Remedies, Natural Remedies, Herb Garden, Garden Paths, Medicinal Plants, Asthma, Herbal Medicine, Maori

Kūmarahou

Kūmarahou is still used as a herbal treatment today. One medicine was made by boiling the leaves in water for drinking, which was said to ease rheumatism and asthma.

Alectryon excelsus Titoki Trees And Shrubs, Trees To Plant, Landscaping Plants, Landscaping Ideas, Wellington City, Red Fruit, Medicinal Plants, Homeopathy, Health And Wellbeing

Alectryon excelsus

Alectryon excelsus - titoki - New Zealand Oak - photos - RED FRUIT / BLACK SEEDS PHOTO

Maori Medicine indigenous plant identification guide and healing cards from… Healing Herbs, Natural Healing, Diy Herbal Cosmetics, Chemical Property, Business Baby, Spiritual Warrior, Plant Identification, Medicinal Plants, Health And Wellbeing

MAORI MEDICINE INDIGENOUS PLANT IDENTIFICATION GUIDE AND HEALING CARDS - We Love Rongoa

The Maori Medicine – Indigenous plant Identification guide & Healing cards showcase 33 of the most common Indigenous plants used in maori medicine making. They highlight the most common maori name/s and the botanical name of the plant with a clear photograph of each plant, its Medicinal uses, spiritual properties, any particular special facts about the plant, known contra-indications and the chemical properties of each plant. The resources used to develop the cards are indicated and…

gargle cayenne pepper in hot water for sore throat:] Herbal Remedies, Natural Remedies, Sore Throat, Healing Herbs, Trees And Shrubs, Medicinal Plants, Health And Wellbeing, Native Plants, Horticulture

Rātā The bark of the rātā tree was soaked in water, which was then applied as a lotion. A poultice of bark was put on sores, wounds and abscesses. The inner bark was steeped in water and drunk for diarrhoea and dysentery. Rātā nectar, collected by tapping the flowers against the inside of a calabash, was taken to cure a sore throat.

Rimu foliage and seeds (top) are a little different from those of kahikatea (bottom): rimu carries its seeds on upturned branchlets. Rimu and kahikatea are massive conifer trees, widely distributed throughout New Zealand. Both belong to the podocarp. Conifer Trees, Trees And Shrubs, Long White Cloud, Herbal Medicine, Native Plants, Wild Flowers, New Zealand, Nativity, Herbalism

Kahikatea and rimu foliage

Rimu foliage and seeds (top) are a little different from those of kahikatea (bottom): rimu carries its seeds on upturned branchlets. Rimu and kahikatea are massive conifer trees, widely distributed throughout New Zealand. Both belong to the podocarp...

Pomaderris kumeraho Kumarahou Kumarohou is a plant of poor soils and is found from North Cape to Kawhia and the Bay of Plenty. Kumarahou makes lather if the leaves and flowers are crushed and stirred in a bowl of water. Healing Herbs, Medicinal Plants, Natural Medicine, Herbal Medicine, Trees And Shrubs, Trees To Plant, Native Plants, Herbal Remedies, Horticulture

Take the time to have a close look.

Another world opens if you have a close look at what is happening within the plants that structure the ornamental garden. Take the time to observe carefully many of the elements that make plants. The beauty in close observation can be unsurpassed.