Tātarāmoa TeaI'll be back
Tātarāmoa Rubus cissoides
Our Tātarāmoa has been picked by our team using Tikanga Māori.
Also known as Bush Lawyer. Tātarāmoa translates to “a heap of prickles” and refers to the thousands of backwards pointing spikes that the plants uses to grow upwards against the side of the trees. The spikes often catch onto you while walking through the bush. Once it grabs hold its a matter of holding still and carefully releasing each hook from your clothing. We have become pretty good and spotting this plant before it takes hold, although not all the time!
Tātaramoa helps to calm when anxious and is great as a sleep tea before bed. It also aids in coughs and colds.
Calming and reducing anxiety
For coughs and colds
Reduce cravings from smoking
To relieve menstrual pain
Brewing & Ingredients
Add 1-2 teaspoons of leaf to a pot of water. Bring to boil then let simmer and cool. Strain and serve.
Ingredients: Wild-Harvested Tātarāmoa
Caution: If you are on any medication, hapu (pregnant) or breastfeeding please consult your doctor before drinking as some herbs may not be suitable.