Maori Shaman.   Owls are symbols of wisdom, and have the ability to see in the dark.  As mentioned in another pin, the word "Shaman" may be translated as "one who sees in the dark.

Maori Shaman. Owls are symbols of wisdom, and have the ability to see in the dark. As mentioned in another pin, the word "Shaman" may be translated as "one who sees in the dark.

A favorite vegetable called "Kopakopa" used primarily as a first aid remedy. Like most plants and shrubs, Maori always found a way to fully utilize the products of nature for food, health, healing and protection. Our task today is to remember which ones did what, why and how. #Maori #herbs #healers #healing

A favorite vegetable called "Kopakopa" used primarily as a first aid remedy. Like most plants and shrubs, Maori always found a way to fully utilize the products of nature for food, health, healing and protection. Our task today is to remember which ones did what, why and how. #Maori #herbs #healers #healing

This is the Kawakawa plant that is a medicine, a healing and soothing plant when heated and the leaves applied to the body, a flavouring, and tonic drink thirst quencher that is superb to relax and enjoy the aromas of nature that the early Maori would enjoy.

This is the Kawakawa plant that is a medicine, a healing and soothing plant when heated and the leaves applied to the body, a flavouring, and tonic drink thirst quencher that is superb to relax and enjoy the aromas of nature that the early Maori would enjoy.

Maori Medicine indigenous plant identification guide and healing cards from weloverongoa.co.nz #maoriMedicine #healingCards #indigenous

Maori Medicine indigenous plant identification guide and healing cards from weloverongoa.co.nz #maoriMedicine #healingCards #indigenous

How traditional Maori herbs are still relevant today- The unique therapeutic properties of New Zealand’s native herbs were recognised and developed by Maori as part of a complex system of traditional medicine and healing. The healing potential of these plants and this knowledge is as relevant today as it ever was

How traditional Maori herbs are still relevant today- The unique therapeutic properties of New Zealand’s native herbs were recognised and developed by Maori as part of a complex system of traditional medicine and healing. The healing potential of these plants and this knowledge is as relevant today as it ever was

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