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Spotlight on Kawakawa - Kawakawa is an entire plant pharmacy in itself, capable of many different actions that make it useful for a wide array of conditions.

Spotlight on Kawakawa

Traditionally used by Maori not only as a medicine but also as a significant part of many ceremonies, Kawakawa is an important part of both the physical and spiritual worlds and revered for its innate power.

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Spotlight on Kawakawa - Kawakawa is an entire plant pharmacy in itself, capable of many different actions that make it useful for a wide array of conditions.

Spotlight on Kawakawa

Traditionally used by Maori not only as a medicine but also as a significant part of many ceremonies, Kawakawa is an important part of both the physical and spiritual worlds and revered for its innate power.

Herbal tea - kawakawa fire | t leaf T. My absolute favourite infusion!! Great hot in winter and chilled in summer. love love love.

Kawakawa fire

Native New Zealand kawakawa leaf blended with lemongrass and ginger. An uplifting and warming brew.

Turmeric + kawakawa chai {vegan} + links | My Darling Lemon Thyme

Turmeric + kawakawa chai {vegan} + links

Turmeric + kawakawa chai {vegan} + links | My Darling Lemon Thyme

Kawakawa, Ginger, Lemon | Maori inspired popsicles. Pre-dessert course for the Hiakai pop up at Hillside Kitchen & Cellar in Wellington. Photo courtesy of: hiakai.co.nz This wonderful innovative chef is taking Maori kai to a new level indeed. Monique Fiso is inspiring a new generation of Maori to bring a modern twist into their kitchens with her very unique take on traditional dishes even incorporating Rongoa into creations. Just Devine #moniquefiso #inspiration #kai #thebohemianstylist

Kawakawa, Ginger, Lemon | Maori inspired popsicles. Pre-dessert course for the Hiakai pop up at Hillside Kitchen & Cellar in Wellington. Photo courtesy of: hiakai.co.nz This wonderful innovative chef is taking Maori kai to a new level indeed. Monique Fiso is inspiring a new generation of Maori to bring a modern twist into their kitchens with her very unique take on traditional dishes even incorporating Rongoa into creations. Just Devine #moniquefiso #inspiration #kai #thebohemianstylist

Preparing kawakawa

Preparing kawakawa

The kawakawa leaves are boiled in a pot to create wai rākau (herbal tonic).

MEDICINES OF THE MAORI

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Awakening the Senses Within - Rongoa Maori 1

Rongoa Maori 1 – Awakening the Senses Within

25-26 February 2012 - Otawa Lodge, Te Puke Workshop 1 ~ with Rob McGowan aka Pa Ropata & Donna K. Talk about information overload! I'm partially deaf with n

The Little Hermitage

The Little Hermitage

A Retreat: Mystical - Calm - Simple - Pure

The Maori chef Eru Tutaki, at Treetops Lodge in the New Zealand's North Island’s Horohoro Forest, fashions a new cuisine from foraged produce.

New Zealand's Otherworldly Landscapes

Håkan Ludwigson captures the sprawling natural beauty of New Zealand that served as the backdrop for The Lord of the Rings films—from the Alps, Bay of Islands, White Island and Milford Sound to Bowen Island, Blanket Bay and Abel Tasman National Park.

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

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.

This is the Kawakawa plant that is a medicine, a healing and soothing plant when heated and the leaves applied to the body, a flavouring, and tonic drink thirst quencher that is superb to relax and enjoy the aromas of nature that the early Maori would enjoy.

This is the Kawakawa plant that is a medicine, a healing and soothing plant when heated and the leaves applied to the body, a flavouring, and tonic drink thirst quencher that is superb to relax and enjoy the aromas of nature that the early Maori would enjoy.

Horopito. Parts used: Leaves.The Horopito plant is most well known for its action against candida. The active constituent of horopito is polygoidal which makes the “hot taste” in peppery spices, producing significant anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. It has been shown to inhibit the growth of candida albicans and other yeast-like fungi. Externally useful for fungal infections, such as candida albicans and ringworm, wounds cuts and burns. Horopito stimulates the circulation of the…

Māori Plant Use | Eske Style

Know Your New Zealand Native Plants by Laurie Metcalf

Know Your New Zealand Native Plants - The Nile

Buy Know Your New Zealand Native Plants by Lawrie Metcalf, Paperback, 9781869662059 online at The Nile. Fast delivery with free 30 Day Returns across New Zealand.

A Field Guide to the Native Edible Plants of New Zealand by Andrew Crowe

A Field Guide to the Native Edible Plants of New Zealand ~ Paperback / softback ~ Andrew Crowe

A practical field guide to New Zealand's native edible plants. Over 190 trees, shrubs, herbs, ferns, mushrooms, lichens and seaweeds are described in detail in this useful and attractive book, with information on which part is edible and when, how plants have been utilised, particularly by Maori, their nutritional value, and where they can be found. In a separate section, Andrew Crowe also describes important poisonous plants that are native to New Zealand or are likely to be confused with…