Calm Balm with Mawilyaburna

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From the amazing Bush Medijina Range

Hand-harvested on Groote Eylandt, Mawilyaburna (Liniment) leaves are infused with organic coconut oil, and lemongrass and peppermint essential oils, to create our indulgent Calm Balm. Used by our elders for centuries, Mawilyaburna leaves are sourced and collected in the Eylandt wetlands by our Bush Medijina team. 40g

Ingredients:

  • Coconut Oil (Refined) Certified Organic ACO
  • Beeswax
  • Asteromyrtus Symphyocarpa (Liniment Tree) Extract
  • Peppermint Oil 100% Organic ACO/USDA
  • Lemongrass Oil 100% Organic ACO/USDA
    Directions of use: 

    Warm a small amount in the palm of your hand or fingertips, apply the balm evenly to anywhere on the body, including the face, pressure points, souls of the feet as required. Gently massage the balm into the skin. 

    About Bush Medijina
    Bush Medijina was born from the desire of Warningakalina elders to address the need to build culture and capability across the archipelago to positively impact the livelihoods of women, children and families.
    Groote Eylandt communities suffer from the effects of poor health and life expectancy, low school attendance, low employment and safety standards, and high rates of crime and domestic violence. In response to this, Anindilyakwa Services Aboriginal Corporation (ASAC) introduced the Bush Medijina program to strengthen values, knowledge, culture, and community wellbeing.
    Governed by an all-female board, eighty percent of our team are indigenous, and one hundred percent of our team are women. We create regular governance, leadership and women’s advocacy opportunities for our team and the wider community throughout the year.
    Our Bush Medijina ladies (all of whom have Anindilyakwa as a first language) are mentored on following corporate policies and procedures, and using technology to perform their day-to-day roles, all the while remaining true to traditional practices and cultural beliefs. We are giving Warningakalina women a voice, and the capacity to be leaders and self-governing decision-makers for our business, our families, our communities, and our future.