Sunday, July 24, 2016

Kawakawa tea a naturally good remedy
The leaves of kawakawa, a member of the pepper tree family, were commonly used as a tea to help with digestion, as an anti-inflammatory tonic, and as a mild intoxicant. Kawakawa is the milder cousin of kava, the intoxicating root drunk in other Pacific Islands. It is probably the most commonly used native ingredient in drinks in New Zealand.

Piper excelsum

Kawakawa tea is a naturally good way to restore and maintain good health.

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