What is Gumby Gumby?
Bush Medicine Man’s Gumby Gumby is encapsulated powdered dried leaves, made here in Queensland Australia, from cool-drying and cool-powdering the leaves of the Pittosporum Angustifolium Tree.
It is simply a natural traditional food, not a drug. So it can be taken with anything natural and normal, just like any other food.
For many centuries, Australia’s Aboriginal peoples have used Gumby Gumby as a natural traditional food, to fight disease and maintain health. Today there is anecdotal evidence and research showing its incredible healing abilities.
There is growing interest worldwide in the healing plants and traditional knowledge of Australia’s Aboriginal tribes.
Much of that interest has centred on the very rare Gumby Gumby tree.
There are 2 main Classifications of the tree, Pittosporum Phillyraeoides and Pittosporum Angustifolium, but the variety prized for its medicinal properties is Pittosporum Angustifolium, with its 19 known botanical varieties …all of which contain beneficial qualities.
Why Does Gumby Gumby work?
Researchers have discovered many compounds in the leaves, and several powerful agents including saponins, tannins, alkaloids and flavonoids.
Saponins, natural organic compounds with antifungal and antibacterial properties.
Tannins, antifungal and antibacterial compounds with anti-parasitic and long-term antioxidant properties. Alkaloids, reactive alkaline compounds containing nitrogen that produce powerful effects on the body and are widely used in medicines.
Gumby Gumby also contains polysteroids, triterpenoids, phenolic compounds like those found in green tea, cardiac glycosides and flavonoids that can lower cholesterol and can strengthen the immune system, supporting it to fight illness.