Considered a gift of the Dreamtime, the Kakadu Plum is Australia’s star superfood performer. Kakadu Plum has exceptional nutritional and antiseptic properties and has been an important food and medicine in Northern Australia for millennia. From March to June, the local people harvest and consume this energizing, thirst-quenching fruit. Throughout the rest of the year, the tree sap is consumed to treat joint inflammation, whilst the bark is applied to the body to treat burns, rashes and infections.

The magnificent Kakadu Plum has the highest recorded levels of Vitamin C of any fruit in the world, measuring up to 100 times the Vitamin C content found in an orange.

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kakadu plum

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Lemon myrtle is a flowering plant native to the subtropical rainforests of southeast Queensland, Australia.

the lemon myrtle plant has significant antifungal and antimicrobial characteristics. Additionally, lemon myrtle can help relieve cramps, headaches, spasms, fevers, rheumatism and it also may have anti-cancer properties. Lemon myrtle can also inhibit Helicobacter pylori, the bacteria responsible of many gastrointestinal disorders. Further, lemon myrtle purportedly also helps reduce cellulite, support muscle and connective tissue growth, and strengthen the immune system.

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 lemon myrtle ginger

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Lilly pilly is one of the most popular plants in Australia today. It is used by thousands of Australian households for hedging, but many people are not aware of its substantial health benefits. The little red and pink pear-shaped berries that grow on the lilly pilly plant have a high concentration of antioxidants, amino acids and vitamins A, E and C, providing a powerful immune system boost.

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 lilly pilly lemonade

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The fruit of a rare rainforest tree, the Finger Lime has been a valuable source of food and medicine for Aboriginal people for thousands of years. When sliced open, revealing 'caviar-like' pearls, the fruit was eaten for its delicious taste and its ability to ward off disease. The pulp and juice of Finger Limes were also applied as an antiseptic to infected sores and boils.

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FINGER LIME STRAWBERRY

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