Tasmania – The land of primeval forests
Australia includes the mainland and the island of Tasmania, and various small islands. About 37% area of Tasmania is protected areas, national parks - the natural heritage of the world. The freshest primeval forests are located in the northwest of the state of Tasmania. This is the area with the largest tropical rainforest in Australia and in the world with an area of about 3,800 square kilometers
The Tarkine - A primitive, ancient, wild rainforest
Tarkine is a primitive, ancient, wild forest with mysterious legends and legends. This is one of the rare places in the world to grow and preserve the rare and natural Leatherwood tree.
Manuka - A myrtle of the South Sea
The Manuka tree has many different uses. Manuka wood is so hard that it is used to make weapons, tools, and even houses. The bark and leaves are used as an herbal remedy against gastrointestinal diseases and bladder infections. Manuka oil is used to treat rheumatism, reduce fever, treat burns, and inflammatory skin diseases.
Manuka is very famous around the world, not only for its unspoiled beauty and captivating fragrance but it is also known for its miraculous healing powers. Because it has such great "power", when bees suck honey from Manuka, it will create a premium Manuka honey with high natural antibacterial properties, healing, and rejuvenating properties in beauty.
Leatherwood Honey - A Natural Product For Health
Leatherwood honey not only has a sweet taste and characteristic aroma but also has many great uses. It helps to protect the heart and blood vessels, protect the liver and increase immunity, sedation, anti-aging, support treatment of sore throat, bronchitis, antibacterial, prevent cancer and treat acne and make pretty...