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I remember when I was young and my Dad dropped me off at a party and I said, “hey dad, you don’t mind if I have beer or two do you?”
He replied “That’s your decision but remember, any kid can drink and be the fool of the party but it takes strength to be the one that says “I don’t need it.”
What a stupid thing to say I thought and of course I had a FEW beers…
The flowers contain high amounts of very sweet nectar. High in sugars and carbohydrates, they can be eaten fresh from the raceme which have a fresh pea taste…
It was usually given to young children recovering from illness as an energising drink or left to ferment in water and drunk to increase alertness and energy…
The Krubi nectar was also used to relieve anxiety and stress…
Acacia’s or commonly called the Wattle is one of our iconic Australian trees and I love this time of year when they are in full bloom as your driving up the freeway. It’s like a golden cascade of royal gala. The bright yellow, the smell of wattle nectar. It all just sounds the drums of spring to me and I feel alive again.
So, in celebration of wattle day, let’s take a look at this iconic plant. Its origins are of Gondwanaland with about 900 species in Australia alone.
Did you know they are nitrogen fixers?
Telopea Speciosissima (Krubi or Waratah) the Waratah flower produces a rich abundant nectar that is high in vitamins and carbohydrates. Mothers would use the nectar of the Krubi as an alternative food source for babies not getting enough milk from their mothers or when weaning off the breast.
It was a crisp September morning known as Murrai’yunggory time (Cool and getting warmer. Time to prepare for the summer food) when….
In a modern western view of Health and wellness we usually talk about the mind, body and the spirit yet what we are essentially looking at is the focus on one entity… are we forgetting or missing fundamentally important parts of Health and wellbeing and is there more we can learn?
Across Australia, indigenous nations look at health and wellbeing as a much deeper and wholistic …
Kombucha is traditionally made with black or green tea which contains high amounts of caffeine. Caffeine has many negative impacts on our bodies. Using the kombucha fermenting method to create Gurbuchi is a perfect way to get the health benefits of kombucha without caffeine and having the added benefits of Gurạdji.
Gurạdji has high anti-inflammatory properties from …
The genesis of LORE Australia evolved many years ago from a passion for Australian native flora and an affinity with the natural world and living harmoniously within it. When a Gamilaroi uncle spoke of the importance of balance between Country – Community – Spirit, the concept of combining our traditional foods, beliefs and knowledge in a way appropriate for today began.
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