HakkaPretty, a Hakka cultural & creative handicraft manor, promotes quality Hakka produce that combines Hakka forefathers’ wisdom and traditional culture. The Hakka tradition has it that women during their one-month post-partum recuperation would bath in a broth cooked in low heat using the prerequisite medicinal plants: Balsam Blumea and ginger, for enhanced blood circulation. Given the joy of the child birth, this tradition also stands for the handing-over of love from the mother or mother-in-law to the daughter or daughter-in-law. Hakka Balsam Blumea Ginger Soap for Post-Partum Recuperation (in the shape of Taiwan)This is a Hakka cultural & creative gift pack that innovatively applies the ancient Hakka use of plants in hand-made soaps and presented as a Hakka creative and cultural gift pack. The soap comes in the shape of Taiwan and also stands for the Hakka cultural creativity as a local Taiwanese brand.