Scientific Name: Eremophila Mitchellii
Garruwi or Badha which it is more commonly known for. This sacred shrub is commonly used as base for modern-day perfumes. However this has been used to many First Nations peoples and tribes groups for tens of thousands of years.
This sacred plant is known for its healing properties, we use this to cleanse our self foremost, cleansing of areas, our homes, work places, and many ceremonial of celebrations that take place traditionally and contemporary also.
The leaves can be placed in a bin.guwi (coolamon) or equivalent and then lit to burn gently, you then blow softly and immerse in the smoke covering you head to toes letting go of any negativity that may be in your space, environments etc.
The leaves can also be used as a mosquito repellent, boiled and used for bathing sores. Also the leaves are used as traditional method if a women has issues conceiving a child, the leave would be throw onto a fire and the woman lays on here after to aid in conceiving and healing again.
The green leaves can be used as a decongestant or to treat coughs, aches and pains in the body.
Please do not use without seeking guidance from the seller of this product, also seek your local elders or cultural knowledge holders advise prior to use as many tribes and clan groups uses or cultural protocols may vary.
Buddy Winangali & Crew