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White clover medicinal uses cleanses blood boils sores wounds etc heals disorders and diseases of the eye A tea is used to treat coughs colds fevers and leucorrhea A tinc. Natural Cures, Natural Healing, Natural Health Remedies, Healing Herbs, Medicinal Plants, Natural Medicine, Herbal Medicine, Herbal Remedies, Home Remedies

White Clover - Trifolium repens

Images, descriptions and identification of plants growing in the wilds of Montana. Edible, poisonous and plants for medicinal use.

Lacebark (Hoheria populnea) derives its common name from its inner layer of bark, which is perforated and has a lacy appearance. The veins on its oval leaves are prominent. Natural Medicine, Herbal Medicine, Native Gardens, Maori Art, Healing Herbs, Trees And Shrubs, Medicinal Plants

Lacebark

Lacebark (Hoheria populnea) derives its common name from its inner layer of bark, which is perforated and has a lacy appearance. The veins on its oval leaves are prominent.

Patete, Parts used: Bark, Sap and Leaves for treating skin diseases. Was used to treat scrofulous sores and ringworm. A useful fungicide against athletes foot , a tonic used just before childbirth to allow a safe delivery and the large soft leaves were used to wrap the newborn baby in. When taking leaves, flowers, roots or bark from any plant in the ngahere there are particular ways and times to gather without damage to the plant and optimizing the active elements within the gathered… Garden Borders, Healing Herbs, Small Trees, Trees And Shrubs, Native Plants, Herbal Medicine, Flower Photos, Herbal Remedies, Horticulture

Māori Plant Use

Patete, Parts used: Bark, Sap and Leaves for treating skin diseases. Was used to treat scrofulous sores and ringworm. A useful fungicide against athletes foot , a tonic used just before childbirth to allow a safe delivery and the large soft leaves were used to wrap the newborn baby in. When taking leaves, flowers, roots or bark from any plant in the ngahere there are particular ways and times to gather without damage to the plant and optimizing the active elements within the gathered…

Linda uses a wide range of Maori medicinal plants for her Te Wai-Ora range of Rongoa Medicine Products and Services. There are many other medicinal Maori plants including Ake Ake, Kawakawa, Horopito, Kumarahou, Candida Albicans, Home Garden Design, Fungal Infection, Healing Herbs, Small Trees, Trees And Shrubs, Medicinal Plants, Native Plants, Herbal Medicine

Māori Plant Use

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…

Linda uses a wide range of Maori medicinal plants for her Te Wai-Ora range of Rongoa Medicine Products and Services. There are many other medicinal Maori plants including Ake Ake, Kawakawa, Horopito, Kumarahou, Medicine Garden, Herbal Medicine, Creative Class, Healing Herbs, Small Trees, Trees And Shrubs, Medicinal Plants, Native Plants, Flower Photos

Māori Plant Use

Poroporo,Parts used; berries, leaves, inner bark.The berries are poisonous when eaten green but safe when ripe. The leaf was used for the itch, a poultice for sores, chronic eczema, and psoriasis,sores and ulcers.Internally as an effective contraceptive. A factory was established at Waitara in 1978 for extracting the steroid hormone extract to be added to contraceptive pills and for treating rheumatoid arthritis however the plant closed in 1981.

Linda uses a wide range of Maori medicinal plants for her Te Wai-Ora range of Rongoa Medicine Products and Services. There are many other medicinal Maori plants including Ake Ake, Kawakawa, Horopito, Kumarahou, Alternative Treatments, Healing Herbs, Small Trees, Trees And Shrubs, Medicinal Plants, Native Plants, Herbal Medicine, Flower Photos, Maori

Māori Plant Use

Makomako, Parts used: Leaves and Bark , used for treating burns, from fire or scalding water. The bark or the leaves could be used as a poultice or as a wash. Contains tanic acid, giving it astringent properties. Good for sore eyes and used as a poultice or internally taken as a treatment for rheumatism.Leaves were steeped in hot baths for arthritis and rheumatism.The colonial settlers ate the fruit, made a jelly from the fruit and also a wine, perhaps giving it its common name “wineberry”.

Makomako, or wineberry (Aristotelia serrata), a fast-growing tree, thrives in moist fertile sites. It is especially common in forest clearings and at the edges of regenerating forest. It has thin, heart-shaped leaves, light green on the upper surface and often reddish underneath. In cold districts it is semi-deciduous, losing most of its leaves by the end of winter. Although the juicy fruit is edible, the seed within the berry is bitter and should be discarded. Trees And Shrubs, Trees To Plant, Plant Leaves, Berry Plants, Fast Growing Trees, End Of Winter, Edible Plants, Healing Herbs, Small Trees

Makomako – wineberry

Makomako, or wineberry (Aristotelia serrata), a fast-growing tree, thrives in moist fertile sites. It is especially common in forest clearings and at the edges of regenerating forest. It has thin, heart-shaped leaves, light green on the upper surface and often reddish underneath. In cold...

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

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.

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Māori Plant Use

Kanuka and Manuka,, Manuka is abundant throughout New Zealand . Captain Cook used this plant to make tea, as he liked the bitter taste, hence its other common name of tea-tree. An infusion of the bark is used externally and internally as a sedative. It was also used for scalds and burns. The ash from the bark was rubbed onto the skin to treat skin diseases. Vapour from leaves boiled in water was used for colds. The inner bark was boiled and the liquid used as a mouthwash.

Tree tutu (Coriaria arborea) is a many-stemmed shrub or small tree, found on open sites, river banks and forest margins. It produces pairs of leaves on its soft branches. Spikes of flowers hang from the branches in spring and summer and shiny purple-black fruits ripen through late summer and autumn. Apart from its swollen flower petals, all parts of the plant are poisonous. Flower Petals, Flowers, Native Gardens, River Bank, Healing Herbs, Small Trees, Trees And Shrubs, Late Summer, Native Plants

Tree tutu

Tree tutu (Coriaria arborea) is a many-stemmed shrub or small tree, found on open sites, river banks and forest margins. It produces pairs of leaves on its soft branches. Spikes of flowers hang from the branches in spring and summer and shiny purple-black fruits ripen through late summer...

The leaves of the kawakawa plant have a long history of medicinal use. They are still very popular with traditional practitioners for preparing rongoā. Healing Herbs, Medicinal Plants, Herbal Remedies, Natural Remedies, Tonic Drink, Types Of Christmas Trees, Types Of Herbs, Wild Edibles, Plant Based Eating

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.