puṉu ngangkaṟi

medicinal plants

muur-murrpa tjau
resin from desert bloodwood tree

id:9941 order:497

Aṉangu purtjutjangku muur-muurnguṟu tjau mantiṟa minangka uṟuṟa nyitilpai.
A person with sores takes resin from the desert bloodwood tree and mixing it with water runs it on (his sores).
kuḻilypuru
native pine (Callitris glaucophylla)

id:9942 order:498

Pikatjarangku kuḻilypuru parka piltingka kutjaṟa tjikiṟa palyaringkupai.
A sick person boils up some dried native pine leaves and drinks it to get better.
ngaya
mulku
cat

id:9943 order:499

Aṉangu pikatjarangku mulku ngalkula palyaringkupai alatjiṯu.
If a sick person eats a cat he will get completely well.
aḻkarka
meat ant

id:9944 order:501

Iṯi tjaa pikatjara aḻkarka pungkula ipi nyitilpai ka tjikiṟa palyaringkupai.
When a baby is sick (the mother) squaches a meat ant and rubs it on her nipple so that when the baby drinks from her it will get better.
nyii-nyii kuṉa
finch droppings

id:9945 order:502

Kuṟu pikatjarangka nyii-nyii kuṉa katangka tjunkupai ka kuṟu palyaringkupai.
One puts finch droppings on the head of a person with sore eyes and they get better.
irmangka-irmangka
native fuchsia (Eremophila alternifolia)

id:9946 order:503

Irmangka-irmangka aṉangu pikatjarangku puntu winki nyitiṟa palyaringkupai.
A sick person rubs native fuchsia on their body and gets well.