Kia ora, welcome to our blog. We are a class of Year 3, 4, and 5 students, and our teacher's name is Ms Haganaar. Our school is in Dobson, not far from Greymouth on the West Coast of New Zealand.
This is such a fantastic learning object Ruma Whā! I love how you have shared all of the healing properties of Kawakawa balm. It is sure to heal my scabby knees from hockey! Thank you, I will try this at home.
Kia ora Ruma Wha,I am super impressed to read that you have made your own Kawakawa balm and tea! I am really keen to try and make my own Kawakawa balm so thank you for sharing the recipe, I will need to check when the next full moon is and then find a Kawakawa plant! Have you tried out your balm? Did you enjoy the tea?Tania
yes we have tried the kawakawa balm and tea and it was amazing.
Thank-you for your positive, thoughtful, helpful comments.