Jilungin is a remarkable soothing herb useful for when you need stillness and calm. It can promote relaxation in your body.
Hailing from the Kimberley region in the North of Western Australia, Jilungin is a special plant that has been traditionally used to help you unwind, focus your mind and promote a more restful sleep.
Earthy, herby and soothing, the leaves, bark and stems are commonly infused and consumed as tea before bed.
A truly unique herb, Jilungin is a gentle taste of the outback to assist you into a state of calm.
Basic Brewing Instructions
Tip: Be sure to use the leaves, bark and stems, as they are full of potent outback power!
Jilungin is an Australian native bushplant which has traditionally been used to:
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