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Do not boil, but just drag through boiling water. Gum at base has definite healing properties and was used for treating burns.
|Source||Waihirere, Gisborne District.|
A fine cultivar. Tall, very bendy leaves, soft but strong. Red margin and keel. Young leaves show reddish/brown shading at tips of blades. Grown in many districts under different names.
|Uses||Do not boil, but just drag through boiling water. Gum at base has definite healing properties and was used for treating burns.|
|Muka extraction||Muka extracts well. Para removal requires slight scraping with knife.|
|Raranga - unboiled||Good raranga flax. Good length of leaf, softens easily. Waxy quality when softened assists tight weave. Edges do not fray.|