Kumarahou es un depurativo de sangre, tónico para el hígado.

Puede ayudar con lo siguiente

  • Toser
  • Bronquitis
  • Asma
  • Congestión en el pecho
  • Artritis

Té de Kumarahou

Se debe agregar aproximadamente 1 cucharadita 3 g a una olla de agua hirviendo.r.

¡Deje hervir, no use un microondas! durante 1 minuto y luego cocine a fuego lento durante 10 minutos, el líquido se volverá de un color amarillo / dorado, casi como la miel.. 

Te contaremos un pequeño secreto: ¡no sabe muy bien por sí solo! sin embargo, sugerimos mezclarlo con miel o azúcar morena cruda.


Beba 2 tazas al día durante una semana completa y luego cada semana alternativa.

Kumarahou se vende en paquetes de 30 gramos de hojas deshidratadas, suficiente para un suministro de 3 meses y aprobado para la exportación desde Nueva Zelanda a la mayoría de los países..



Almacene en un lugar fresco y seco lejos de la luz solar directa.

Sobre Kumarahou

La hermosa kumarahou Pomaderris kumeraho nativa está cubierta de flores de color amarillo crema en septiembre..

La elaboración de Wairakau, la rongoa, es una excelente forma de extraer importantes sustancias antioxidantes como flavonónidas y polifenoles, glucósidos, taninos antimicrobianos, sales minerales y algunas vitaminas como la niacina y la B12, que no se ven afectadas por el proceso de calentamiento, en su forma más absorbible formas. 5 son nativos de Nueva Zelanda. FAMILIA: Familia Rhamnaceae Buckthorn.y.


errores ortográficos: kumeraho, kumerahou, kumarahoe, kumaraho


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Fantastic service
Kumarahoe arrived reasonably quickly and my children are pleased there chest infections have improved by 90% in two days of consumption.
Highly recommend Rhayne and will continue to purchase rongoa maori medicine here 😊👍

Pomarderiss kumeraho aka Kumarahou

excellent product , fast efficient service, great price, keeps well, good shelf life, recipe wairakau ,Prior to harvesting your plant material and again before making your rongoā, offer a quiet karakia to acknowledge Tāne’s gift and the purpose for which it was harvested.Cover your kūmarahou leaves with cold water, use all parts of the shrub, bark and fibre leaves seeds and twigs (about 1.5 litres) in a stainless steel pot. Bring this to the boil and simmer gently for 15-20 minutes. Remove the pot from the heat and strain plant material from the water using a clean cloth or muslin. This water is your wairakau. Once the liquid has cooled you can store it in the fridge until needed. Return the spent plant material/leaves to Papatūānuku. Never discard your used leaves in the rubbish.
Dosage: Mix half a cup of cold decoction with half a cup of hot water. Drink 2-3 cups each day (the taste gets better as you get used to the initial kawa bite of the first mouthful).you can use honey and or sugar, gentle on kids and elderly. Aotearoa Maori Rongoa Whanui

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Pomaderris kumeraho. Kūmarahou. Main reference.
FAMILY: Rhamnaceae Buckthorn family
BOTANICAL NAME: Pomaderris spp, especially Pomaderris kumeraho. Also P. hamiltonii, P. prunifolia var. edgerleyi
PREVIOUS NAMES: Pomaderris elliptica. (Williams 1971 gives P. elliptica as name for kūmarahou. P. elliptica is Australian species, found in NSW, Victoria, Tasmania. )
COMMON NAME: gumdigger's soap; poverty weed; golden tainui
MEDICINAL: Leaves- boiled. Liquid a relief for all chest troubles - coughs, colds, bronchitis, pulmonary tb - taken internally. Beneficial effect on kidneys, in cases of heartburn (Adams 1945).
Leaves boiled, steeped in water, fluid used to relieve asthma and bronchitis (White 1887, Faulkner 1958).
Use for chest ailments suggested during World War II. Value doubted by some. (Wall, Cranwell 1943).
An excellent blood purifier; said to be effective in the cure of bronchial and tubercular complaints. I heard recently of someone using it for diabetes, with good effect. It is interesting to note that none of the other Pomaderris have medicinal properties. (K. Pickmere 1940). Recipe and doses for infusion for asthma and chest complaints. Also consumption (kohi). Put a good handful of dried leaves and young shoots into a billy. Well cover with water and boil until the liquid is a dark brownish-red. Strain and bottle. For a cough, take a teaspoonful, mix with water. For asthma, 2 tablespoons. Take 2 or 3 times a day. Sometimes sugar or peppermint added to improve the taste. Sometimes used as a bath, said to be good for the skin, especially for little children. (P. Smith 1940).
Infusion drunk as a tea for asthma (S. Neil 1941)
Kūmarahou is packed as such, and appears to contain a glucoside which is of benefit in pulmonary complaints (Given 1940)
Decoction of leaves highly valued for all chest complaints and is a mild laxative (Mason 1950)
Brooker, Cambie and Cooper 1987 state that kūmarahou mixed with other herbs, particularly koromiko, was marketed by Rev. E. Ward (1863-1934) under the name `karanui' and claimed to be a specific for tuberculosis and asthma. An ointment made from kūmarahou was sold in Auckland for skin cancer, and used as a medicine at Te Kao many years ago. Related pharmacology (ibid.).
CHEMISTRY: Chemical compounds in leaves investigated by Cain and Cambie 1959.
TRADITIONS: When kūmarahou in flower, near time to plant kūmara (Matthews 1911, Anderson 1954)
Kūmarahou is the kūmara of Raro (See Best 1903).

Kumarahou leaves

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