A New Chapter: Our Journey to Oahu

Aloha Cherished Friends Embracing the winds of change, our journey which started on the Garden Island of Kauai, leaps forward into a new chapter of our company’s story. We are transitioning to an expansive 8-acre farm nestled in Kahuku along the beautiful North Shore of Oahu. This move marks an exciting milestone for us, as we’ve broken ground on our…

The Magic and Mana of Noni

Aloha, friends and o‘hana! Today, let’s talk story about a treasure that’s close to the heart of Ho’olono Natural Remedies—our Wai Noni Cultured Noni Juice. This isn’t just another product on the shelf; it’s a lifestyle choice that brings together the wisdom of our ancestors and the validation of modern science. So, sit back, relax, and let’s delve into why…

Cape Aloe Bitter Crystals – What are They?

What the heck are Cape Aloe Bitter Crystals, and What are they Used For? Optimal Elimination Digestive Aid is the dehydrated sap of the Aloe Ferox plant. Aloe Sap flows through the skin of the aloe leaf that surrounds the clear aloe gel. This green sap is found in many varieties of Aloe including Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera), but is primarily gathered…

The Magic of Comfrey

Comfrey – Nature’s Gift for Healing Wounds One of Nature’s most miraculous healing herbs, Comfrey has been used for centuries to heal everything from bruises to broken bones. At Ho’olono Natural Remedies we honor the traditions of La’au lapa’au, traditional Hawaiian medicine. We also see great value in passing along the magic of these healing herbs to everyone who is…

Olena Heat – Turmeric Tonic

Feel the Warmth with ‘Olena Heat! Shake it up, take a sip, and get the high octane circulatory boost! This hot blend is ready to accomplish many tasks from housecleaning to taking out the trash. Olena Heat is composed of four herbal warriors; ‘Olena (turmeric), Awapuhi pake (ginger), Kalika (garlic), and Nioi (Hawaiian chili pepper). This amazing blend of herbs…

Mamaki Tea – Naturally Healing

Mamaki is a native Hawaiian plant. It is a member of the nettle family. The leaves of the plant are picked and dried, then brewed with hot water to make a delicious tea. It’s good both hot and cold, and the plant’s bold herbal notes are tamed with a subtle, natural sweetness. Native Hawaiians use Mamaki often for medicinal purposes….

The Miraculous Power of Laukahi

To begin our 10 part series on Ho’olono products and the simple ingredients used to produce them, Gabriel Monaghan presents Laukahi. This is the active ingredient in our Laukahi Salve, a must have for healing a number of things on the skin from rashes and bug bites, to infections and even diaper rash.  Follow this series of videos to get…

Understanding the Benefits of Mai’a – The Banana

Mai’a, also known as banana, or of the Musa varieties, have a number of medicinal uses. The fruit is sweet and delicious, but let’s talk a bit about the leaf as well as the juice from inside the trunk for first aid and treatment of chronic skin conditions. I will talk about where to get it, how to use it,…