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The rongoā in this balm was traditionally used by Māori to relieve symptoms of tension and stress and to promote relaxation. Tātarāmoa and Tītoki were plants used to bring peace for the wairua, tinana me te hinengaro. Embrace serenity with Aumārie, formulated to support feelings of tranquility.

Use in combination with Aumārie Tincture for your treatment plan.

A healing balm for massaging the upper body with particular focus on the head & neck area


This combination of rongoā was traditionally used to calm the mind. Māori knew that there was a direct connection between the puku (stomach) and the hinengaro (mind). When the wairua of a person is in alignment the physical body follows thereafter. This combination of rongoā assists the puku (stomach) to decongest and clears a pathway to the hinengaro or head and beyond.


Use in combination with Aumārie Tincture for your treatment plan.


This product is created by Joanne Hakaraia. The rongoā was harvested locally by Joanne's rongoā roopu in her hometown, Otaki. 


To learn more about some of this rongoā, please watch this video


120 grams

AUMĀRIE - Calm Mind Organic Balm

  • Tītoki (Alectryon excelsus)

    Tātarāmoa (Rubus australis)

    Kawakawa (Piper excelsum)


    Olive Oil


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