Acai, Goji, Chia,  Step Aside - The Aussies Are Coming To Town

Acai, Goji, Chia, Step Aside - The Aussies Are Coming To Town

Superfoods have been all the rage the past few years and health food junkies have been voraciously consuming them in ever increasing quantities. Acai, goji, blueberries, chia seeds and quinoa have been the big names and have become very popular.

But out with the old and in with the new…..there is a new group of super foods that have hit the health food scene by force and are set to take the world by storm.  As it turns out Australia has some of the most nutrient dense superfoods in existence. Who knew?  Well, in fact the Australian aboriginal people knew….and have been thriving on these fruits, berries, leaves and seeds for thousands of years.

Kakadu plum, Lilly Pilly berries and the Quandong are among a group of native Australian outback superfoods that are off the charts with great things for your body, skin, hair and your soul!  Jam packed with nutrients, antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial agents, vitamins and essential minerals to help boost and strengthen your immune system, defend against colds and flu, prevent premature aging, reduce blood pressure and enhance your overall health. And just make you feel good!

The Kakadu Plum is a real star and is among the most powerful of these Australian superfoods.  Tests have shown it to have the highest concentration of vitamin C of any fruit or plant in the world. Up to 100 times more than an orange and many times more than the coveted blueberry.  Wow!

There is a whole new industry evolving in Australia from these amazing new discoveries. Health food companies are marketing the fresh and dried fruits and using them as food additives and in health food supplements.

Lilly Pilly is a common shrub around Australia most used as decorative landscaping. But who knew that this little red berry is super high in beneficial nutrients?  High levels of antioxidants, amino acids and a myriad of vitamins all provide rich immune system boosters, clear skin and many other health benefits.

And the good stuff is not only found in these native fruits.  Many of Australia’s native trees are also off the charts with wondrous concentrations of exotically fragrant essential oils that have been shown to be very powerful antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antiviral agents. Some of these have only recently been discovered and have amazed even those who are well acquainted with Aussie botanicals. But if the obvious benefits are not enough they also have aromatherapy like qualities that can provide a sense of calmness, relaxation and well-being. Great for mind, body and soul!

Lemon Myrtle leaves are a great example. A variety of gum tree, they have the world’s strongest and purest concentration of Citral. Like many of its Australian botanical cousins this oil has powerful anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-viral agents. With a soft, sweet and citrusy, highly exotic, fragrance it just so happens to be rich in other health promoting goodies such as lutein, folate, vitamins A and E plus essential minerals such as zinc, magnesium and calcium.

Australiana Botanicals unique specialty is blending these amazing newly discovered super fruit extracts, essential oils and seed nutrients into a totally unique range of skin care products that are fabulously great for your skin.  Ranked high in the best organic skin care products available today. If you want sexy, kissable skin (and who doesn’t) then you need to try some.  These products are all natural, all botanical, with no chemicals, fillers or harmful ingredients of any kind. Skillfully blended into silky and velvety smooth blends of Australian super fruits, newly discovered essential oils and other known organic botanical ingredients. All known to be excellent for the biggest organ on your body – your skin.  The end result is a leading-edge, pure botanical, skin care range designed to give you healthy, radiant, skin, slowing the aging process and keeping you looking healthy, vibrant and oh so beautiful. 


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