Gloria Petyarre depicts the wind blowing the Kurrajong Bush Medicine Leaves in patterns on the ground.
There is also the option of a black and white Bush Medicine Leaves Pendant.
Aboriginal people have long used the Kurrajong Leaf as a cold and flu remedy and, mixed with animal fat, as a poultice for wounds. Traditional healers are working alongside conventional doctors in Alice Springs hospital and the CSIRO has been studying the benefits of traditional remedies for some time. In fact, Florey was inspired to test mould in the laboratory after seeing that Aboriginal people used mould from the dark side of trees to heal wounds. He took it to London and with Alexander Fleming, developed penicillin. If we'd noted Aboriginal medicine sooner, we'd have had antibiotics prior to World War I and could have saved many lives.
The soap in this pack made from Kurrajong Leaves is traditionally used for Eczema, colds and flu and other healing purposes.
Lemon Myrtle Tea tastes wonderful but is also said to have anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal activity.
The Bliss Eye Pillow provides soothing comfort with aromatherapy herbs and flax seed.