The Emu was used for both food and medical practices throughout all seasons of the year, it is known as one of the most commonly used bush medicines throughout western New South Wales where it flourishes.
The leaves are boiled in water or steamed only for s second to open the pores and aided to deep wounds, burns, abrasions skin problems such as rashes and measles. The boiled water is also used for our inner health; it is a prebiotic and promotes great gut health aiding like stomach ulcers and boosting enzyme promotion and activity, it helps with digestive health and boosts our immune system agents. The flowers are eatable and provides our mob with some serious power flower as a healthy and nutritional snack. or dressing in a salad.