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    A taiaha is an elaborately carved staff, reminiscent of a spear, with a head (upoko) and tongue (arero). The Maori Taiaha was usually adorned with feathers and dog hair around the neck of the staff in an attempt to distract the opponent. Being a long handled weapon, it was used for stabbing, warding off blows and striking.
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    Horopito (Pseudowintera colorata) and Kawakawa (Macropiper excelsum) are two native trees found throughout New Zealand, both known for their traditional and modern medicinal properties. These native trees can be used to treat a range of ailments including tooth and stomach aches, gastric infections, coughs, colds and asthma, they can promote circulation, and are effective anti-fungals for topical infections including ringworm, bruises, cuts and...
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