Lemon Scented Gum

Corymbia (eucalyptus) citriodora Lemon scented gum The sap from this tree helps heal wounds, particularly burns. Its antibacterial, antiseptic, antimicrobal, antifungal and antibiotic. Basically sorts everything

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Sow Thistle

Sonchus oleraceus Sow thistle Stems are hollow and have a white milky sap which can be used for small cuts, and chapped nipples from breast feeding. The young leaves are excellent on sandwhiches, but are slightly

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Ti Tree

Plant if the day: Melaleuca alternifolia Ti tree DO NOT EAT. The oil of this plant has a myriad of uses for its anti-fungal and disinfecting properties. You can boil the leaves to extract the oil, but

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Lemon Aspen

Acronychia acidula Lemon aspen Fully ripe fruit is edible- very tart. Can be used to replace lemons/limes in recipes and makes good jellys and

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Bush Jelly

Bush Jelly Recipe: 1. Collect a cup full of acacia gum (easy peasy after rain) 2. Add half a cup of water & flower nectar (any type, even honey will do) and stir – add more

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Red Back Spider

Beautiful, but deadly. Red back spider (Latrodectus hasseltii), one of only two animals where the male has been found to actively assist the female in sexual

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