Kakadu Plum

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Inside The super Fruit


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Kakadu Plum

The Kakadu Plum is a flowering plant in the family Combretaceae. It it widespread throughout the tropical woodlands of Australia.

Other Common Names

Terminalia ferdinandiana, also called the gubinge, billygoat plum, green plum, salty plum, murunga or mador.

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Kakadu Plum

The nutrient-rich superfruit provides all the benefits of Vitamin C and more.

Historical Uses

This wildcraft ingredient has been used by the Australian natives to treat skin conditions and sores for centuries.

Potential Benefits of Topical Kakadu:

  • Enhance skin protection against free radicals
  • Improve balance for acne prone skin
  • Repair environmental skin damage
  • Stimulate collegen production
  • Anti-aging and smoothing properties

Our Kakadu comes from

Western Australia

Kakadu Plum is harvested in Western Australia every January and February. In the Northern Territory, the harvest season begins in March and lasts through May. This wild harvest is collected by hand from trees, then frozen to ensure it retains its extremely high levels of Vitamin C.

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