horopito


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horopito

(ˈhɔːrɔːpiːtɔː)
n
(Plants) a bushy New Zealand shrub, Pseudowintera colorata, with red aromatic peppery leaves. It possesses antifungal and antibacterial properties. Also called: New Zealand pepper tree
[Māori]
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FOREST HERBS RESEARCH IS EXPERIENCING GROWING GLOBAL DEMAND FOR ITS CLINICALLY PROVEN ANTI-FUNGAL PRODUCTS MADE FROM A SINGLE VARIETY OF ANCIENT HOROPITO PLANT.
The stand-out paper I found was conducted on Horopito extracts and published by researchers at the University of Canterbury in 1982.
Common Names: Horopito, New Zealand pepper tree, pepperwood, red horopito; ramarama; Maori painkiller
Horopito is a New Zealand endemic genus of evergreen shrubs and small trees comprising four species: Pseudowintera axillaris, P.
Forest Herbs Research Ltd: FHRL manages the world's only farm, situated in pristine NZ rainforest, producing certified organic Active Horopito, (Pseudowintera colorata), an antifungal and antiyeast herb that is unique to New Zealand.
Horopito (Pseudowintera colorata), also known as the New Zealand pepper tree, is a traditional Maori treatment for fungal infections.
On the NPD front it is set to launch a Horopito Pepper variant in Tesco.
My favourite clinical pearl came from Moana Hutana who described her successful use of antimicrobial Horopito (Pseudowintera spp.
Glass shelves are filled with delicately designed hand-crafted morsels, and through the big looking-glass window at the back, you get a peek into New Zealand's version of Loompa land--highly skilled chocolatiers busily creating delights with unique local flavours such as horopito, kawakawa, feijoa and bush honey.
It, too, has been busy with NPD and is set to launch a Horopito Pepper variant in Tesco.
The latter especially demonstrates the unique Aotearoa flavour of the KONO brand--consumers can choose from halfshell mussels glazed with lime and Kawakawa (bush basil), chilli and horopito (bush pepper) and manuka smoked mussels with Karengo (seaweed) flavouring.