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It's peppery, refreshing, and beautifully New Zealand.
Have it any time of day but it does go nicely after a meal.

It will help with
aches & pains or
arthritic swelling and pain. 

Have it on its own or toss in some fresh ginger to give it an extra healing boost.
It combines nicely with lemon or rose hips, too.

Try adding it to soups, rice or roasts to impart its unique flavour and healing properties to your meal. 

The cooled tea can be used topically.
It works on bug bites, bruises, sprains, eczema, nappy rash, dermatitis, and acne. Remember to use the cooled tea though!


20 grams of this tea is about 3/4 of a cup!

Kawakawa Tea, Spray-Free

  • Wildcrafted, spray-free Macropiper excelsum herb.

  • Infuse 1-2 teaspoons in boiling water.
    Cover. Infuse for 5 minutes.
    Strain and enjoy. 

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