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- Gumbi Gumbi
Indigenous Australian have used the native tree (Pittosporum angustifolium) as traditional bush tucker for centuries. Medicinal benefits of Gumbi Gumbi have been taught and passed on to indigenous people of Australia by their elders and its been treated as a sacred herb.
Trees can live up to 100 years, grow to around 7 to 8 metres. They are incredibly resilient, surviving frost and drought conditions where rainfall is below 150 mm per year.
There are many variations such as Pittosporum angustifolium and Pittosporum phylliraeoides.
Other names for this plant include Native apricot, Cumbi Cumbi, Gumpi Gumpi, Cumpii Cumpii, Weeping pittosporum, Meemeei, Cattle Bush, Bitter bush, Butter Bush and Berrigan, Gumby Gumby.
More details on Gumbi Gumbi : https://www.sbs.com.au/nitv/article/2017/05/25/10-bush-medicines-have-been-curing-people-generations#:~:text=Gumbi%20Gumbi&text=Recent%20scientific%20research%20into%20the,regulator%20and%20immune%20system%20booster.
- Wilga ( Geijera parviflora )
This native plant has a history of use in traditional Australian aboriginal medicine. It's been known to be helpful in the treatment of respiratory afflictions as well as building the immune system.
Kunzea ambigua (also known as white kunzea or sweet scented kunzea) is an Australian native plant found in coastal areas of Tasmania.
A shrub growing up to 5 m high, it bears small white flowers in spring which fill the air with a sweet honey scent.
Kunzea essential oil is highly sought after for its fragrance and has also been registered with the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) as providing temporary relief of the pain of arthritis.
- Cobbler's Pegs
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