Bush Medicine comes from the kurrajong plant. Traditionally the leaves are gathered and boiled in large pans or buckets, they are then pressed firmly against a person“’s chest or back resembling a poultice. The kurrajong tree“’s leaves are used to remedy the flu, headaches, backaches, upset stomachs, and chest pains. The artist is Caroline Numina. Caroline has captured the wonderful flow of the leaves. Another expression of this Tjukurrpa is the white on black which looks absolutely stunning – a very distinctive painting, one which will grace any purchaser’s walls.