WHY ARE WE UNIQUELY DIFFERENT
Certified Organic and Wild Crafted Tea Tree Melaleuca alternifolia Oil and Hydrosol
1. WE OWN OUR OWN CERTIFIED ORGANIC TEA TREE FARM.
3. LONG TERM DISTILLATION IS CARRIED OUT TO ENSURE ALL COMPOUNDS ARE EXTRACTED TO A MAXIMUM LEVEL TO MEET THE COMPANY’S HIGH STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS.
INTRODUCTION – The objective in the establishment of the Jenbrook group was to create using valuable resources unique to the Northern Rivers of NSW, AUSTRALIA, namely:-
1. TEA TREE Melaleuca alternifolia OIL - harvesting and distilled in its natural environment from the native Australian botanical species Melaleuca alternifolia.
2. EDUCATION & RESEARCH – Southern Cross University including ‘Natural & Complementary Medicine’ and ‘Center for Phytochemistry’ plant research.
HISTORIC BACKGROUND – ‘AN INDUSTRY IS BORN’ One single product, ‘Tea Tree Melaleuca alternifolia Oil’ alerted early European settlers who pioneered the far north coast of NSW and became aware of this miracle antiseptic when they observed native aboriginals using crushed leaves applied to wounds, insect bites and skin disorders.
In the early 1900’s more sophisticated European methods of extraction commenced by the use of steam distillation, allowing the oil to be bottled for distribution to other areas.
World demand quickly evolved and a new industry was born. However, supply was limited as this unique species only grew in wetland areas in this harsh environment called the ‘Bungawalbyn Valley Basin’. Whilst similar botanical species grew in other locations, none could be compared with or provide the multipurpose anti microbial and anti fungal activity produced from the now identified botanical species Melaleuca alternifolia.
Now after 100 years of competing with synthetic antiseptics and anti fungal medication, tea tree oil has outperformed and maintained its identity as the safest, natural and affordable product available for mankind.
Attempts to grow the species outside the ‘Bungawalbyn Valley Basin’ cannot reproduce the overall ecological chemistry. This includes, temperature, native companion trees and grass that influence mulch nutrition, soil types, climatic conditions, vital trace elements and minerals contained in the overall wetland system, rendering it virtually impossible to duplicate.
Following this ‘Miracle in a Bottle’ discovery, people involved in ‘Complementary Medicine’, herbalists and those with scientific agricultural qualifications were required for educational, analytic and research divisions to ensure the success of this new and exciting industry.
Certified Organic and Wild Crafted Tea Tree Melaleuca alternifolia Oil and Hydrosol Cederftified with Australian Certified Organic and USDA