Ninga Nunthalee Bush Remedy

Ninga Nunthalee would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of this land which we gather our bush medicines from and thank the Elders, both those who have passed and those who are with us, for the knowledge and the wisdom they have shared.

Eremophila alternifolia also known as the Emu Bush is found in the drought-stricken environment of the Australian outback.

The Aboriginal people of the Goldfields area use this plant for medicinal purposes in healing benefits through many, many ways.

Ninga Nuthalee is a Kalgoorlie based small business that aims to create skincare products to relieve a wide range of external health conditions. These products are called ErEmU and in a short time, many people have trialled and experienced the benefits of our unique skincare products.

These products are available to purchase at the Kalgoorlie Boulder Visitor Centre, for more information, contact 9021 1966.

Description

The Aboriginal people of the Goldfields use the external aspects of the plant, Eremophila alternifolia also known as the Emu Bush for traditional smoking ceremonies.

The liniment is made for external purposes on the body to relieve sore muscle and joint pain, sores, wounds and skin infections.

The internal benefits of the plant assists sore throats and mouth infections and can also be a decongestive and sedative.

ErEmU Soap when applied to our skin, it dissolves the dirt and oils that water alone can not remove. Using ErEmu soap can relieve and reduce skin irritations.

ErEmU Exfoliating Soap if used between two and three times a week will remove skin cells that are dead and help relieve and reduce skin irritations.

Contact or visit the Kalgoorlie Boulder Visitor Centre, for more information.

Directions

These products are available to purchase at the Kalgoorlie Boulder Visitor Centre.

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