Bush rub | Yirralka Rangers | butjiringaning | laurel
Butjirinaning is a large monsoon vine forest tree that is traditionally used by Yolngu to treat sores of the skin and muscle cramps. Oils from these plants have been combined with soothing ingredients to make a healing balm that can be rubbed directly onto the body.
The Bush Product program began in 2011 by Laynhapuy Homelands Aboriginal Corporation, with the miyalk (female) rangers using their traditional Yolgnu healing methods to utilise local native flora in a variety of personal care products. All of these bush products are hand crafted using the most beneficial botanical ingredients.
Contains beeswax, cocoa butter and macadamia oil
Please note: These products make a long journey from North East Arnhem Land to the MCA, some scuffing and dents are found in the packaging.
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