MAARR - Australian native lemon grass


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MAARR - Australian native lemon grass - Kakadu Plum Co
MAARR - Australian native lemon grass - Kakadu Plum Co

Wild harvested by Indigenous Australians from the Kimberley, Western Australia, Maarr is native lemongrass tea. Known for its fragrant citrus taste and subtle ginger aroma, Maarr is great to drink with meals as it aids digestion and freshens the palate. 

Scientists at Griffith University have discovered native lemongrass is as potent as aspirin in relieving headaches and migraines. Read more here.

Maarr is used in traditional Nyul Nyul cuisine 

How to use: Crush a small serving and seep for 3-5 minutes. Leaves can be reused up to 3 times. 

Size: 20g

Information provided is based on the traditional uses and properties given and shared with us by Traditional Owners. It is provided as eductional purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering Australian bush plants and herbs. 

MAARR - Australian native lemon grass - Kakadu Plum Co
MAARR - Australian native lemon grass - Kakadu Plum Co

Customer Reviews

Based on 38 reviews
Maarr tea is delicious and refreshing

Lovely light tea. I used the tea to diffuse twice. Lovely light flavour which was refreshing. Great way to increase fluids for the day. Will buy again


I have only used it once. I liked the taste. There were no instructions on how to use. I look forward to the next order to help sleep. Thank you.

Nice and refreshing

This is a nice refreshing tea to have and being indigenous is great.


I was quite sceptical about Maarr even though I love the gilungen but decided to give it a go. Not fussy on the taste but what a surprise I got. This stuff really does work. Amazing. Thank you for sharing with us.

Awesome Tea

I love this tea it’s amazing

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