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Mawe

Mawe

Gallium aperine

Māwe are annuals with creeping straggling stems which branch and grow along the ground and over other plants. They attach themselves with the small hooked hairs which grow out of the stems and leaves. The stems can reach up to three feet or longer. Māwe have tiny, star-shaped, white to greenish flowers, which emerge from early spring to summer.

Rongoā

Educational

Purposes

Leaves steeped in water. Decoction used for detoxing the lymphatic system.