Delicious, fragrant and nutrient-dense native foods

In Australia, we are fortunate to live in a country whose soil birthed delicious, fragrant and nutrient-dense fruits, that are beautifully intertwined with the lives of Australia's First Nations people. 

These special fruits seem to promote good health as described by First Nations people and research entities. The fruits grown on our orchard are noted to have the following benefits:

Davidson Plum Tree

Davidson Plum: 

High levels of vitamin C, vitamin E, calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc, lutein (for eye health) and folate. It also contains high levels of anthocyanins that are antioxidants. Anthocyanins are thought to promote skin health, have anti-inflammatory properties amongst other health benefits. 

Lemon Aspen: 

A good source of zinc, iron, folate and has a higher anti-oxidant capacity than blueberries. It also contains magnesium and calcium. Other studies report amino acids, tryptophan, phenolic acids, flavonoid glycosides to promote skin health. 

Finger Lime: 

High in vitamin C, folate, potassium, polyphenols and vitamin E. Vitamin C & E have excellent antioxidant properties and the pinker finger limes were found to be exceptionally high in vitamin E. Also citric acid, malic acid, lactic acid and glycolic acid that promote skin health. 

Midyim Berries:

Contain iron, potassium, calcium. Other sources mention high antioxidants & vitamin C & E qualities.