Gurạdji tisane is an Australian native bush tea, bush food/ medicine.

With it’s amazing health benefits Gurạdji is one of Australia’s many super foods.

Gurạdji is sustainably wild harvested, it has high anti-inflammatory and anti- oxidant properties. Naturally caffeine free, it also contains naturally occurring inositol. A non sugar sweetener that helps maintain healthy hair and skin. Inositol is beneficial in dental health and provides a lasting, soft sweetness on the palette.

Tisane  \ ti-ˈzan, -ˈzän\
An infusion used as a beverage or for medicinal effects.

After being taught about the health benefits, traditional and ceremonial uses of Gurạdji over 30 years ago when I was a young man, Gurạdji and its many applications have been an integral part of my daily life ever since.

Jesse, LORE Founder

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Gurạdji Lore

Gurạdji is a native Australian plant traditionally used for thousands of years to heal ailments, cleanse the body and bring clarity to the mind. The leaves were chewed to relieve toothache, steeped in water and sipped to relieve pain or nausea, and made into a paste that was applied to wounds or injuries to reduce inflammation and help in the healing process.

The wise ‘Guradji Men’ dispensed the leaf. They were the holders of knowledge, tradition and rules: the lore. When someone visited another clan, they sought out the Guradji Man for permission to access that clan’s Country. They shared Gurạdji in ceremony, which had a relaxing effect. This act said: “I am comfortable to share Gurạdji with you; you are welcome on my Country.”

 

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