Herbarium voucher images by N.C.W. Beadle Herbarium (University of New England), licenced under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0.
Leaves boiled in water to make a body wash/bath for colds, influenza, coughs, and for an antiseptic wash for cuts and sores - Eastern Aranda (NT) cited in Smith 1991
Leaves combined with water or fat and used as a medicinal wash or medicinal rub - Alyawara (Central Australia) cited in O'Connell et al. 1983
Leaf decoction drunk or used as a wash for sores; leaves used in the nasal septum or as a pillow for colds and chest illnesses - Central Australian Peoples cited in Latz 2004/1995
Leaves boiled in water to make an antiseptic wash for cuts and sores; leaves added to a hot bath, creating vapours, for colds and influenza; decoction used for colds and diarrhoea - Ltyentye Purte (NT) cited in Barr et al. 1988