A herb native to Zew Zealand. A popular Maori remedy that was used to treat oral thrush and parasitic infection – such as ringworm.
Latin Binomial: Pseudowintera colorata
Part Used: Leaf
Weekly Dose: 10 – 30 mL of 1:2
- Circulatory stimulant
- Analgesic properties
Pronounced effect as an anti fungal on the GI system, respiratory system, genitourinary tract and the skin (topically).
- Parasitic infection
- Thrush – oral/systemic
- Fungal skin conditions
- Stomach pain
- Respiratory tract conditions – e.g. coughs/colds/asthma
Prescribe internally & externally for fungal infections
Combine withHoly Basil & Echinacea in candida infections