Australian Aboriginal Bush medicine - Kangaroo apple (Solanum laciniatum) - The fruit is used as a poultice on swollen joints. The plant contains a steroid which is important to the production of cortisone, which reduces inflammation.-  Photo Credit: Wikimedia

Australian Aboriginal Bush medicine - Kangaroo apple (Solanum laciniatum) - The fruit is used as a poultice on swollen joints. The plant contains a steroid which is important to the production of cortisone, which reduces inflammation.

Jack Dale ~ Jalala (Marking Stones), 2004

Buy Australian Aboriginal art paintings from Cooee Art Gallery Sydney, Australia’s oldest Aboriginal art gallery. Aboriginal paintings, sculptures, artifacts and prints.

Bush tucker which includes Cedar Bay Cherry. - Lonely Planet Images

Local Australian foods that can be found foraging in the bush are overlooked by chefs, Josh Whiteland says.

Top 10 Aboriginal bush medicines

Top 10 Aboriginal bush medicines - Australian Geographic From witchetty grubs to kangaroo apples, these native medicines are used to cure ills the traditional way.

Bush medicine: Aboriginal remedies for common ails - Australian Geographic

Bush medicine: Aboriginal remedies for common ills

Native plants have been used by Aboriginal people for generations. Here are some regional examples of bush remedies.

Lilli Pilli - beautiful bush tucker fruiting in Autumn- could be on your doorstep!

On Australia day.great time to introduce to many of you a little indigenous flavour . Lilli Pilli, apart from it's gorgeous colour, has a wonderful apple and cinnamon flavour and is delicious on pancakes as well as toast

Bush tucker roasted tomatoes

Bush tucker roasted tomatoes

Celebrate Christmas Day in true Aussie style with this roasted tomatoes side inspired by the bush.

NATIVE LEMONGRASS - Playing with Fire Australian Native Foods

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LEMON MYRTLE DRIED LEAF - Playing with Fire Australian Native Foods

Lemon Myrtle is available dried as spice (POWDER), or tea (COARSE) packed in or or bags. For bulk supply, please contact us. Please note that we mill to order and dispatch may take up to 5 working days. Specifications are available upon request.

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