Paramo was one type of medicine produced by the Catholic nun Mary Joseph (Suzanne) Aubert. She used a mix of western and Māori knowledge to create her products. All had Māori-sounding names, such as Karana, Marupa, Natanata, Wanena, Hapete, Romino and Kekako.
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