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Mountain Pepper Leaf and Mountain Pepperberry grow naturally in the forest and the cool climate of southern New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania in Australia. This small tree grows up to 5 metres in height and only the female bears fruit. The fruit is berry like and starts off dark red in colour and turns black on ripening.Traditionally, Mountain Pepper was used for its antiseptic properties and its flavour. Aborigines suffering from sore gums and tooth aches often crushed the berries with water to make a paste and applied the paste to treat the infection. It was also added to food as a flavour enhancer. Mountain Pepper has a strong earthy, spicy flavour.
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