Rongoa Maori Medicine

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Māori Plant Use | Eske Style
Koromiko, Hebe strictaKoromiko is widespread throughout New Zealand. An infusion of the leaves was used as an astringent for dysentery. Poultices were used for ulcers. It was considered good for the kidney and bladder, as well as for diarrhoea and as a tonic.
green leaves are growing on the branches of trees
Māori Plant Use | Eske Style
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”.
four pictures of lavender flowers hanging from the side of a tree with leaves around them
Sweet lavender christmas ornament. Great way to use lavender from the garden during the summer.
a close up of a green leaf on a tree with other leaves in the background
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.Traditional Maori Rongoa (medicine) hugely effective when 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 tannic acid, giving it astringent properties.
a small yellow bug sitting on top of a green leaf
Kawakawa tree fruit ripening (Piper excelsum Syn. Macropiper excelsum), a NZ native shrub, New Zealand (NZ)
Kawakawa tree fruit ripening (Macropiper excelsum), a NZ native shrub, New Zealand (NZ). The fruit of the kawakawa are eaten ,its peppery flavour is unique and tongue fire hot . medicinal treatment to soothe tooth ache and swollen gums .
The Koru (or spiral) is the symbol of a fern frond unfurling (birth of life) to Maori, representing new beginnings. Sacred Geometry, Macro Photography, Spirals In Nature, Foto Macro, Plante Carnivore, Belle Nature, Maori Art, Colorful Roses, Patterns In Nature
Spiral
The Koru (or spiral) is the symbol of a fern frond unfurling (birth of life) to Maori, representing new beginnings.
pink flowers are blooming in the garden
PlantFiles Pictures: Leptospermum, Broom Tea-Tree, Manuka Myrtle, New Zealand Tea Bush, New Zealand Tea Tree 'Apple Blossom' (Leptospermum scoparium) by Kell
New Zealand Tea Tree, New Zealand Tea Bush, Manuka 'Apple Blossom' (Leptospermum scoparium)
a pile of green tea with leaves and nuts
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Herbal tea - kawakawa fire | t leaf T. My absolute favourite infusion!! Great hot in winter and chilled in summer. love love love.
the sacred plant medicine of aotearoa
The Sacred Plant Medicine of Aotearoa. Volume 1
Plant Medicine Books | Plant Medicine of Aotearoa. Volume 1 http://www.fishpond.co.nz/Books ...
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MANUKA OIL The common name Manuka comes from the Māori ‘Mānuka.’ It is also known as New Zealand Tea Tree, manuka myrtle, and jelly bush.The Maori traditionally used the leaves and shoots for various skin complaints and diseases, infections, wounds, fever, rheumatism and respiratory problems. Manuka Oil is steam distilled. It has a dark yellow colour and a medicinal, woodsy smell that is more subtle than Tea Tree Oil. LEARN MORE: http://marveloils.com/browse-by-oils/manuka-oil/
two hands are decorating some lavender flowers with twine and tweezers, while another hand is holding a stick
DÍY lavender wreath project from Ali‘i Kula Lavender/The Maui Book of Lavender.
Medium healing sacred sage smudge stick with roses, lavender, rosemary. Aromatherapy, Book Of Shadows, Natural Remedies, Beltane, Witch Aesthetic, Smudge Sticks, Grape Leaves, Old Fashioned, Witch
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Medium healing sacred sage smudge stick with roses, lavender, rosemary.
a plant with yellow flowers and green leaves
Take the time to have a close look.
Kumerahoe
herbs on a wooden table with text overlay that reads, 10 health benefits to grow in your survival garden
10 Healing Herbs to Grow in Your Survival Garden - The Paleo Mama
10 Healing Herbs to Grow in Your Survival Garden