Golden Gumbi Wild Harvested Leaf
Whole leaves that you can crush as required and thus retain the maximum goodness and flavour.
Geijera parviflora, also known as Australian Willow and Wilga, is the second variety of Gumbi (the other one is Pittosporum angustifolium), both of which are native to inland NSW, Qld, Vic, SA and WA. Some purport this variety to have wider health benefits.
The listed weight is the shipping weight.
Ingredients: 100% Geijera parviflora leaves
Suggested usage as a tea:
Bring 1 litre of water to the boil.
Add 1½ teaspoons (or roughly chop 30 leaves with kitchen scissors) of Gumbi Gumbi tea. Simmer for 20 minutes.
Strain into a glass jar and top up to 1 litre by adding boiled water. Add honey if you like. Seal the jar and refrigerate.
Some have suggested that you should consume the entire litre at once and
then make up a second batch to be consumed each week either hot or cold by drinking an amount of 120 ml daily with your meals.
Quantities can be adjusted to suit. Some people report benefit from doubling the amount of leaf whilst some reduce the amount.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Product of Australia
Research and tests have shown that Golden Gumbi Gumbi has many beneficial properties. In fact the leaf is part of the Indigenous medicine cabinet across many parts of Australia. The tree is not confined to a particular area.
Our customers report good results for variety of health reasons including skin disorders, psoriasis, eczema and other illnesses. They swear the tea gives them great energy and general feeling of well being.
If preferred you can crush the leaves and fill empty capsules from the Chemist.
All information provided on this website is for informational purposes only and you are advised to seek professional advice prior to consumption.
- Weight: 17 g
- Width: 5 cm
- Depth: 3 cm
- Height: 10 cm