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Kiwiherb Kawakawa Stomach Calm Oral Liquid 200ml - New Zealand Only

Kiwiherb Kawakawa Stomach Calm Oral Liquid 200ml - New Zealand Only

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Kiwiherb Kawakawa Stomach Calm Oral Liquid 200ml - New Zealand Only

Kiwiherb Kawakawa Stomach Calm Contains a Certified Organic, Unique Combination of Ginger, New Zealand Native Kawakawa and Peppermint in a Base of Manuka Honey, Ideal to Rapidly Target Bloating and Digestive Upsets

Kiwiherb Kawakawa Stomach Calm Supports Digestion and Circulation, and Also Provides a Broad Range of Health Benefits.

Kiwiherb Kawakawa Stomach Calm contains a blend of three herbs, Kawakawa, Ginger and Peppermint. Kawakawa (also known as the New Zealand Pepper Tree) has been used traditionally to offset the discomfort of overeating and nausea, and as a general invigorating health tonic. Ginger is a key herb for nausea and bloating, as well as having warming properties to enhance circulation and ease joint ailments. Peppermint also aids digestive function and eases nausea.

Ginger & Kawakawa Tonic is ideal to take as needed during times of digestive discomfort, or as a pleasant tasting daily health tonic, eitther undiluted or with water as a hot or cold drink.

Kawakawa is one of the most distinctive New Zealand native plants. It was one of the most important healing herbs in Rongoa Maori (traditional Maori herbal medicine) and the use of Kawakawa as a healing or tonic herb is still popular today. The leaves, simply chewed or made into infusions, were widely used as treatments for stomach pains and indigestion, particularly where due to over-eating. Kawakawa is also used as a tonic with gentle stimulating and rejuvenating properties, and early settlers substituted it for tea, due to its refreshing and sustaining properties. (Topically, Kawakawa leaf applications were also used for bruises and rheumatism, the pain of neuralgia and nettle stings, as well as for eczema.)

Hot Kawakawa infusions and decoctions have long been a popular treatment for winter ailments, this probably relates at least in part to the significant diaphoretic (sweat-inducing) effect produced by such preparations. Like other plants in the pepper family, stimulation of the circulation is an effect of internal consumption of reasonable doses of Kawakawa preparations. Such activity could make it useful in conditions such as chilblains, varicose veins, and poor circulation.

Kiwiherb Kawakawa Stomach Calm Uses:

  • Bloating
  • Digestive discomfort
  • Poor circulation
  • Warming Winter Tonic

Directions: Adults and children over 12 yrs: 5 - 10mL, Children 6 to 12 yrs: 1.5 - 5mL. Take 3 times daily. Dilute in 30mL of water or juice and drink immediately.

Kiwi Kawa Zinger Recipe: To a glass of still or sparkling water add:

  • 5-10ml Kiwiherb Kawakawa Stomach Calm
  • 1-2 Tbs your favourinte lemon honey syrup
  • 1-2 fresh mint leaves (bruised)
  • Allow to steep for 5-10 minutes and enjoy. Can be made ahead and left in a glass jug overnight for a more minty flavour.

Presentation: Each glass bottle contains 200ml

Precautions: Keep out of reach of children. Not suitable for use in 3rd trimester of pregnancy. If taking anticoagulant medication seek advice from health professional before use due to Ginger content. Avoid high doses and prolonged use for those with peptic ulcers due to natural stimulation of digestive acid (use Herbal Digestive Aid). Contains honey. Do NOT take Kiwiherb Kawakawa Stomach Calm if you have a known allergy to any of the ingredients listed. Use as directed. Kiwiherb Kawakawa and Ginger Tonic is not intended to treat or cure any medical condition.


  • Macropiper excelsum var excelsum (Kawakawa) dry leaf extract 900 microlitres (derived from 450mg dry leaf)
  • Zingiber officinale (Ginger) dry rhizome extract 400 microlitres (derived from 200mg dry rhizome)
  • Mentha X piperita (Peppermint) dry leaf extract 250 microlitres (derived from 125mg dry leaf)
  • Honey (Mānuka and Kamahi) 2.85g
  • In a base of purified water, glycerol and lemon oil.
  • Contains alcohol 
  • Contains no artificial flavours, sweeteners, colours, or preservatives.



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