Scaevola Spinescens is an Australian bush. The term “Bush Tea” or “Bush Medicine” is often used to describe the tea-like extract made from this plant and traditionally used by Aboriginal people. Other names used for the bush are, “Maroon Bush”, “Murrin Murrin”, “Prickley Fan Flower” and “Currant Bush”
The tea-like extracts of Scaevola Spinescens have traditionally been used by Australian Aboriginal people as a treatment for cancer, intestinal trouble, urinary problems, kidney issues and general illnesses. There is a growing number of people who believe the tea has been beneficial in helping with a variety of health issues including cancer. More recently there have been some interesting studies done on the plant, with some ongoing.
For more information or to purchase the maroon bush tea please visit www.naturalcancertreatment.org