Make your own kawakawa balm... its used for the relief of skin conditions and aching muscles, great for applying after a tattoo also.
How - In a double boiler place 10-12 Kawakawa leaves which have been respectfully harvested and add 500 gram of carrier oil of your choice, a dollop (5-10gms) of shea butter (optional), 100gms of beeswax and gently heat for about 5 hours.
Strain the oil through a muslin cloth to separate the leaves from the oils and melted beeswax. Give the oils a gentle stir as they begin to cool and pour into small jars. Makes approximately 10 x 50 gram jars.
Genuinely you can make this product simply and affordably, it does take a good afternoon to complete, but if you are at a loose end, why not?!
Our horopito infused honey is hand extracted using humane methods that don’t stress or agitate our bees.
We do NOT heat our honey. Heating honey kills the naturally occurring enzymes that make honey so wonderful and great for your body.
Commercial beekeepers often heat honey to speed up efficiency - as the hotter honey is, the easier it is to pour when bottling.
At Rhayne we know that good things take time. We never filter. We gently strain our honey by hand, removing chunks of wax and making sure that we keep all the natural goodness in, whilst blending with horopito to create a "sweet heat".
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