Native Teas / Water Infusions
Native Water Infusions
Our native water infusion packs let you create and enjoy the health benefits of your own native infused waters at home, work or anywhere you are! The goodness from these native foods turns your water into a beautiful, delicately flavoured refreshing water or hot tea. The loose leaf native ingredients are separately packed so you can tailor each cup to your taste. Use in an infuser bottle or jug, tea strainer, tea bags or reusable muslin bags. Use as a hot tea or refreshing native water.
Kulbanyi and Quandong
Together they make a delicately fragrant water infusion. We harvest our quandongs and air dry them as well as buy from local growers in the Riverland South Australia. Quandong is rich in antioxidants and flavonoids.
The Kulbanyi is wild harvested and air dried from Seven Emu Station near the Gulf of Carpentaria in the NT. Seven Emu Station is owned by Frank Shadforth whose father was the first Aboriginal man to own a station in the NT. Kulbanyi has been used for thousands of years by Australia’s Garrwa-Yanyuwa aboriginals for flu and aches. Makes 25+ cups of tea.
River Mint and Lemon Myrtle
The combination of River Mint and Lemon Myrtle is so refreshing! We grow, harvest and process our own River Mint. Our Lemon Myrtle comes from a grower in WA and has an extremely high citral content. Citral has antibacterial and antifungal properties. Both River Mint and Lemon Myrtle are antioxidant rich. Makes 25+ cups of tea.
Enjoyed traditionally by the Nyul Nyul people, Jilungin (Terminalia canescens) has been harvested on Nyul Nyul lands for many thousands of years.
Bruno, traditional Nyul Nyul elder says “It’s a healing medicine tea for our health. Our Mimis (grandmothers) gave it to us when we were little boys and it gives us a beautiful nights sleep.”
Our Jilungin tea has no fillers its pure Jilungin leaves and stems just the way it was traditionally used.
Makes 35+ cups of tea.