The Kawakawa (Macropiper excelsum) plant is a significant part of traditional Māori medicine. An infusion is made from the leaves or roots, and used for bladder problems, boils, bruises, to relieve pain or toothache, or as a general tonic.
This herb is wild-harvested from my property. Wild harvested means we take what we need and no more, so the plants stay natural and healthy.
Medicinal uses of Kawakawa
Improving circulation, coughs & colds, indigestion, bladder problems, boils, bruises, improving energy levels, regulating female hormones
A general tonic, kawakawa cleanses the kidneys and blood ensuring your body can continue to operate optimally.
Ingredients: wild-harvested kawakawa leaves.
If you're after a refreshing tea recipe take a look at our blog post Kawakawa Native Tea.
Learn how to make your own Kawakawa Balm.