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CHEAT SHEET: WHAT IS GUMBI GUMBI?

Aboriginal peoples have a long history of living off the land through the harvest of their wild foods/Traditional Bush Tucker. Like many other cultures, all have traditions of harvesting edible wild plants.

With the recent resurgence of interest in Traditional Bush Tucker, more people are recognizing the wide range of applications. Edible wild plants like this, when harvested and handled properly, can support a range of uses for health and wellbeing.

We created our products to be so powerful and beneficial that now a lot more people are talking about the benefits of Gumbi Gumbi.

Harvesting and treating the trees with respect and selective pruning with gentle harvesting practices, we ensure our trees are sustained for future generations using our cultural heritage techniques also ensuring the health and protection of the wild trees.

We naturally cool-dry our shrubs, keeping their efficacy, retaining the highest levels of natural traditional food benefits ensuring vital nutrition.

We are a company that is highly respected in the industry, and aim to maintain this reputation at all times.

When you make an active choice to use our products, you are really making an intentional decision to choose a nutritionally, environmentally and socially responsible alternative a traditional bush tucker.

Gumbi Gumbi benefits

As traditional Bush-Tucker that the Aborigines have used for thousands of years, it is used to support general health and wellbeing.

 

Finding Gumbi Gumbi in Australia

  • Indigenous people of Australia have used the native tree (Pittosporum Angustifolium) as traditional bush tucker for centuries. These trees can live up to 100 years, grow to around 7 to 8 metres.
  • They are also incredibly resilient, surviving frost and drought conditions where rainfall is below 150 mm per year. There are many variations and to avoid confusion the following names also refer to EXACTLY the same Australian Native Plant.- Pittosporum Angustifolium, Pittosporum Phylliraeoides.
  • Other names for this plant include Native apricot, Cumbi Cumbi, Gumpi Gumpi, Weeping pittosporum, Meemeei, Cattle bush, Bitter bush, Butter bush and Berrigan, Gumby Gumby.

Traditional bush tucker that the Indigenous have used for thousands of years, it is used to support general health and wellbeing.

These products are simple, natural and affordable. They are created with 100% traditional bush tucker that’s packed full of features, making it great for a number of applications.

Make this plant a part of your daily health routine. Your Health is important.

"For the indigenous population, the results confirm what they have known for generations - that bush tucker is good for you." (Australian Broadcasting Corporation 05 Sept , 2009)"

 

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