Irmangka Irmangka is an indigenous Australian plant medicine made into bush rubs by Aboriginal communities in Utju, around 15o kilometres from Alice Springs. The Irmangka Irmangka rubs are especially good for relief of artritis, muscle pain and joint inflammation and it may also be used as a chest rub for cold and flu.
Ingredients: irmangka irmangka (Eremophila alternifolia) olive oil, beeswax.
Indigenous Australians have used native plants to treat common ailments and illnesses for thousands of years. Their traditional knowledge inspires these Bush Balm products, which are made from wild harvested medicinal plants expertly collected on Aboriginal Lands in Central Australia. Irmangka irmangka, Yawirriyawirri and Arrethe have been used for generations to treat aches, muscle pain, joint inflammation, skin conditions and to ease cold & flu symptoms.
The Bush Balm rubs, moisturisers, soaps and lip balms were first produced by and for the growing number of Indigenous dialysis patients and their families around Central Australia. Forced to leave their country indefinitely for treatment, many longed for traditional bush remedies to remind them of home. And so the Bush Balms were born.