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Kawakawa - what your need to know

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Kawakawa - what your need to know

This is an edited version of a media piece by Jane Wrigglesworth.

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Medicinal Power of Horopito in NZ

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Medicinal Power of Horopito in NZ

Studies were published by Forest Herbs

Tuesday, 19 April 2016, 4:50 pm

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Tall Poppies and Horopito in NZ

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Tall Poppies and Horopito in NZ

By Jodyanne Kirkwood & Tarja Viitanen from Otago University.

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Kawakawa knowledge for all New Zealanders...

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Kawakawa knowledge for all New Zealanders...

So whats all the fuss about NZ native herbs?  well Kawakawa is a versatile herb and one of the most important in Māori traditional medicine. It is still used to treat cuts, wounds, stomach and rheumatic pain, skin disorders, toothache and most recently after getting "inked". The plant is popular with many non-Māori too. "A basinful of these leaves steeped with boiling water mixture, applied to the bruise, has great curative powers." Kawakawa's antimicrobial and analgesic properties make it useful for treating skin infections, and reducing inflammation of psoriasis, eczema and rashes. It is also antidyspectic (counters dyspepsia or indigestion) and antispasmotic (eases muscle spasms...

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Christmas is coming - make your own kawakawa balm

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Christmas is coming - make your own kawakawa balm

Taken from an article by Donna Kerridge.

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