Wild Kawakawa Tea
For my Māori ancestors, Kawakawa was one of the most valuable natural medicines for overall health and it is still widely used today. Kawakawa is a bush tonic for cleansing the kidneys and blood, ensuring your body can continue to operate optimally. Harvested in the wild by whānau, taking only what is needed. Leaves with holes eaten by insects are suitable for picking, they have the most concentrated medicinal properties. Naturally dried and packed, kawakawa tea has an earthy, peppery taste, a refreshing and uplifting tonic improving energy and overall health.
Can be too heating for some, try half a cup first.
Each batch has been hand-picked from various locations we pick from. We air dry naturally so the taste and colour may vary slightly.
Cups per packet
20gm: Makes 16 cups
50gm: Makes 40 cups
|How to brew||
|Ingredients||Wild Harvested Kawakawa|
|Origin||Aotearoa (New Zealand)|
|Packaging||Sealed in airtight home compostable bags.|
|How to store||Store below 18c in a dry place, out of light.|