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Certified in both NZ and the USA, this unique healing oil from Aotearoa (NZ) is the only certified organic manuka oil in the world. Highly sought after kanuka / manuka blended oil is also available.
Probably the most trusted provenance in the world today, all products are sourced solely from Approved Product Partner Suppliers ("APPS") in Aotearoa/New Zealand .
Tikanga - the recognition of the protocols associated with Maori tribal customs and tradition developed over the past 1000+ years by the collective tribes of Aotearoa/NZ.
Practices that have evolved around a more holistic approach to the preservation and use of all natural resources.
Not just by the current generation, but for future generations as well. The practice of preserving and protecting (kaitiakitanga) for the future.
A practice and culture that considers the use of chemical based products on the whenua (land) and its plant cover as tapu, (prohibited).
Practices and traditions that gave rise to modern day "organic"
The tribal brand name was adopted in recognition of the importance tribal customs and tradition played in the development of natural health and wellness products in Aotearoa/NZ.
Intoducing the 50+ traditional uses of Manuka
Formed over 300M years ago when Aotearoa/NZ was part of prehistoric Gondwanaland, greenstone was pushed up into the Southern Alps only 15M years ago, making greenstone one of the oldest stones in the world's youngest and fastest "growing" mountain range.
Often extracted from alluvial sources in Pounamu (Maori name for the South Island) greenstone has been a highly prized possession with significant cultural attributes to the tangata whenua (Maori) people of Aotearoa/NZ for over 1,000 years, mining it from the snowline to the shoreline.
Owning and carrying on your person a greenstone artifact is customarily associated with bringing mana (prestige) and good fortune and health to its owner/wearer, the kaupapa (objective) of most people. Supply negotiations are now in progress with the Maori guardians of this taonga (treasure).