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New Zealand medicinal plants

S. G. Brooker

New Zealand medicinal plants

by S. G. Brooker

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Published by Heinemann in Auckland, N.Z .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicinal plants -- New Zealand.,
  • Materia medica, Vegetable -- New Zealand.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby S.G. Brooker, R.C. Cambie, R.C. Cooper.
    ContributionsCooper, Robert C., Cambie, R. C., Auckland Institute and Museum.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination117 p. :
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14238306M

    Aotearoa (New Zealand) has a wealth of native plants with a rich history of traditional medicinal use. OKU was formed out of the desire to harness many of these plants and traditions in a functional and therapeutic product range, to help people rediscover and experience the amazing healing properties held within our ngahere (forests). The Meaning of Trees Book I am very excited to announce the publication of: The Meaning of Trees – the history and use of New Zealand’s native plants. When I first began this blog in , I was completing my undergraduate studies in biology at the University of Auckland.

    The National Cannabis and Crime Operation undertaken by New Zealand Police recovered o cannabis plants. Information obtained by Newshub shows Author: Zane Small. Bush Survival – 7 New Zealand Edible Native Plants. Kawakawa. Via Fawn. Kawakawa has natural Antiseptic properties. It can be taken as a tea or tonic. The best parts to use are the new shoots or small young leaves. Those that have been eaten by insects will be good leaves to use and have stronger medicinal value. Also useful for relieving a.

    Kohekohe (Dysoxylum spectabile), also known as "Vanessa's Sneeze Leaf", is a medium-sized tree native to New is found in lowland and coastal forests throughout most of North Island and also occurs in the Marlborough Sounds in the north of the South trees grow up to 15m in height, with a trunk up to a metre in : Angiosperms. This article relates to the flora of New Zealand, especially indigenous strains. New Zealand's geographical isolation has meant the country has developed a unique variety of native r, human migration has led to the importation of many other plants (generally referred to as 'exotics' in New Zealand) as well as widespread damage to the indigenous flora, especially after the advent of.


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New Zealand medicinal plants [Brooker, S. G] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. New Zealand medicinal plantsAuthor: S. G Brooker. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brooker, S.G. (Stanley George). New Zealand medicinal plants. Auckland, N.Z.: Heinemann, (OCoLC) New Zealand Medicinal Plants by Brooker, R.C.

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New Zealand Medicinal Plants Despite the small area of New Zealand, comparable with that of California, it constitutes a distinctive botanic region. Of the approximate number of two thousand species of higher plants found, 75% are endemic to the country.

Book Description Heinemann, Auckland, New Zealand, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 3rd Edition. Pictorial Card Cover/ vg clean pages/ light foxing to inside front and back cover as well as first and last page/ cover has moderate wear, bumps to outer edge, rub and roll to leading corner and New Zealand medicinal plants book tips, sun fade to spine ~ New Zealand Medicinal Plants ~ This book was first published in Price: $ 'New Zealand Medicinal Plants' by Brooker, Cambie, Cooper (), reviews the question of the use made by maori, missionaries and earlier settlers, of native plants for specific purposes and examine the chemical constituents found in these plants, likely to be of value.

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In response to continuing demand the authors have prepared this fully revised and updated third edition. The book lists all New Zealand's native plants known or thought to have been used by Maori or Pakeha for medicinal purposes/5(2).

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The Gardener's Encyclopaedia of New Zealand Native Plants brings together for the first time over species, hybrids and cultivars in a highly illustrated, encyclopaedic volume. Over colour photographs, arranged according to the plants' attributes and uses in the garden, include examples of landscaping possibilities as well as numerous Cited by: 2.

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