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Fontainea starts with ...
Have a suspicion that this is a Fontainea
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
Might also be a Brown Tamarind, has a dark brown macadamia like seed inside.
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Fontainea says...
Hi Phil the seed from the only fruit that I could find h.as 3 sharp ridges. It is a little difficult to see in the snaps
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
K - yeah nothing like a tamarind, you're probably right there in the first place.
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Jade22 says...
Look like the blushwood tree
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vasilly12 says...
I am looking for this plant. Do you know where it could be found or where I could purchase it?
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NYC says...
Fontainea, I also would like to know how to purchase the Blushwood Fontainea. I see you listed you phone number but would prefer not to bother you in that way.

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Kris
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Fontainea1 says...
Fontainea picrosperma (Blushwood) are rare small shy spindly dioecious, wet enclosed rainforest understorey trees requiring canopy protection. Some Fontaineas species survive in hasher conditions than the Blushwood. F.venosa can grow to 60 feet compared to 15 feet for Blushwood that grows at 2,300ft to 3,600ft. Blushwoods hate a cool temperature and need the nutrients, moisture and the protection of a wet rainforest. Alkaloids found in all Fontainea sap causes cancerous tumours to ablate, but there are only 200 of these native trees in the world, so you will not legally be able to import these plants into the USA out of Australia? Currently Alibaba.com is offering Blushwood powder for sale; but sadly this cannot be true
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vasilly12 says...
My apologies on the late reply, would it be possible to contact through email?
With the time difference it is hard to make the call.
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432 says...
hi there how are you
please can u email me ur number so i contact you on Monday please
iam looking for fontainea picrosperma fruit to buy i pay shipment and everything
my regards
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Tomichael says...
I grow a few fontainea venosa plants in sunshine coast alot of hype over the years ebc46 found in them, nice plants to grow though
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Fontainea1 says...
Hi Tomichael, Thank you. Could you post some flower and tree photos and tell us how big your trees are at present and would you share any special info for instance; when and how you could tell the difference between a male tree and a female tree please.
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Tomichael says...
Hi I'll be honest, i came arcoss wild fontainea venosa in triunia national park and collected some seeds and grew them out a few years ago and have 3 bigger ones that are 6 foot and growing a foot every month now and about 8 smallers ones im not sure of male and female flowers but pretty sure with 12 there's m/f i just love the way they grow beautiful plants really, I actually grow kakadu plum seedlings and sell them so i treated the fontainea seeds same way with kakadu seeds gibberellic acid and they popped up
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Fontainea1 says...
Hi Tomichael,
Thank you for showing your plants.
They look like F. Venosa to me, but as the park you mentioned is rather small, I wonder why Fontainea is not recorded in this Park in the 2011 Queensland Government Management Plan. The plan does mention however, 4 endangered and 6 vulnerable other species.
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14th February 2016 4:24pm
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Fontainea1 says...
Hi Tomichael,
Would you please explain your technique for using gibberellic acid to crack the dormancy of your seeds? I have previously purchased G.A from China, but did not get any result. I had soaked some seeds over night on very damp kitchen paper with G.A. and then without washing the seeds planted the seeds and just covering them with vermiculite. Only fresh seed picked off the Fontainea tree seems to germinate, even when all seeds seem to be fresh and heavy. Where can we purchase Kakadu plum plants from you, and do you have anything else that is interesting?
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Tomichael says...
Yes its very strange I noticed too its not listed on their management plan, its listed here http://wetlandinfo.ehp.qld.gov.au/wetlands/facts-maps/wildlife/?AreaID=national-park-triunia about half way down but doesnt say what specific species, it was definitely veiny fontainea(venosa), also I remember fingerlimes too and they're not listed on the link ive pasted.
The gibberellic acid I get from ebay from a guy in brisbane very cheap and good quality, I mix 500ml water with half a gram of acid and drop the seeds in,he sends you the ratios to use with it, i use it with kakadu plum seeds because they must take years in nature to germinate I use steal fixer nips to expose inner kernal of the seed and soak for a day in the acid water mix, the first 3 seeds of the fontainea i did natural as they where fresh and popped up, then years later i decided to do the others and they didnt germinate so just soaked the rest in the gibberellic and got all of them to pop i was very happy.I sell the plum to a nursey, I have just started new batch and have heaps of seedlings if you want one I can give you a seedling your only down the road im in maroochydore, im curious as ive been looking for deep creek fontainea ive been meaning to get up to gympie and have a wonder around for one I like the pink red fruit on them too as venosas have orange fruit, my email etopaside@hotmail.com
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19th February 2016 1:28am
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Fontainea1 says...
Hi Anthony,
Blushwood berries will not cure all human cancers. There are alkaloids in the Fontainea shrubs that are currently being researched for use in the injection of solid tumours. To date, not one person has been injected and cured of any cancer/s. Mouse models have shown that Blushwood berries extract react positively on cancer cell causing some deaths when injected directly into a single solid tumour, but it is totally useless on metastatic cancer. One of the brightest Scientists trying to produce a cancer cure is Dr Victoria Gordon whom partly owns EcoBiotics and is instrumental into the research of Fontainea picrosperma and other plant related cancer drugs; she believes there is a good chance that alkoloids in Fontainea prepared to their patent and now known as EBC-46, EBC-23 and WH1 have the potential to kill some cancer cells. Please use a medical professional for medical advice
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chouxiong says...
Are you willing to sell one of your blushberry plants?
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427 says...
This was sent to me today. Yes they have started injecting. https://www.facebook.com/7newsperth/videos/10153890864569072/
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BobMc says...
I would like to know where you can purchase the plant from or the EBC - 46.Thankyou
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Fontainea1 says...
Hi BobMc The Fontainea Rostrata is sold at greening Australia Nursery 57 Paten Road, Paten Park, The Gap Queensland 4061. ph 07 3300 6304. F.Rostrata is a close relative of F.picrosperma and is being crossed pollinated by Dr Paul Reddell to produce a more reliable larger plant to produce EBC-46. It itself is a producer of EBC-46. Medical quality of EBC-46 is only available through QBiotics and EcoBiotics and is their intellectual proberty, however, EBC-46 may become available following FDA approval through Veterinary supplies. I can't imagine that it is ethical or legal to take Veterinary medicines.
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mina0927 says...
Has anyone find any good product made from these berries that can be purchased? It is for a girl with an ovarian cancer.Please advice!
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28th September 2016 1:35am
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Fontainea1 says...
Americian Society of Clinical Oncology University meets annually and reports on ovarian cancer research and they have not said anything that is not currently on the internet. However, the first port of call for your lady with ovarian cancer must be through her discussing of her condition to her oncologist.
EBC-46 is the intellectual property of QBiotics, and Fontainea seeds are seriously poisonous. Currently the only people with the seeds and the knowledge to make EBC-46, QBiotics, well they are selecting their own candidates and they have currently only selected 8 patients of various tumours for injection for phase 1 & 2 trial tolerance studies with the results to be published in about 6 years.
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searching 4seeds says...
Fontainea1 You are just wonderful with all your advice and helping :) I live in Sydney, could I buy Blushwood seeds from you or seedlings? thank you so much
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Fontainea1 says...
Fontainea picrosperma (the Atherton Tableland Fontainea) is the only Fontainea that is not listed as a protected plant under Queensland State Legislation and Commonwealth Legislation. However, it will not live outside its wet rainforest environment and it will die from the cold. The only way to obtain any of the protected Fontainea seeds or plants is by arrangement with private land holders or by stealing. The plants that I have grown from seed have all been given to the Redcliffe Botanic Gardens (i.e. F. Venosa & F. rostrata) because Redcliffe Botanic Gardens already had a F.oraria from the Lennox Heads single female tree that is the rarest of all the Fontaineas. Access to these plants is to allow those with interest and disability to visit the Gardens, but there is now a danger of Hendra and lyssavirus Virus because the Gardens are lousy with fruit bats.
Human trials are being conducted by EcoBiotics under Dr Victoria Gordon’s direction. Unfortunately no results will be available for about 5-6 years as EBC-46 is still in trial (currently phase 1/2 for tolerance to the injections) EBC-46 may still not be a suitable anti-cancer candidate, even though it is showing promise. The nurseries are not selling plants as there is a fear that someone might try to grow a male and female plant to obtain seeds and die from eating the poisonous kernals.
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BobMc says...
Thanks very much we'll be calling into the nursery when we start travelling the countryside looking for anti cancer vegetation grown in Australia, thank you your email was very helpful.
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JessicaHarding84 says...
Are we able to eat the bushwood berries?
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Fontainea1 says...
Hi Jessica,
Alkaloids, that we have generally come to consume are mainly produced by plants, fungi and bacteria, and these contain compounds that have nitrogen chains. However, some plants produce alkaloid toxins including Hemlock, Strychnine, Caffeine, Cocaine, Morphine and Fontaineine and even though small amounts of these can be broken down by our human livers, some alkaloids are very poisonous even in very small amounts and some have the potential to kill us. A table known as the LD50 table, indicates the quantity of toxin per kilogram of human body weight that will kill 50% of the population; it is only used for comparing the toxity of substances. All Fontainea seed kernels are toxic as is the sap, Currently minute purified amounts of EBC-46 alkaloids are being examined for their potential to kill certain solid tumours and cancers.Fontainea sap is currently in human trial and the only safe delivery of the toxic Fontaineine is via subcutaneous injection direct to the tumour or cancer. So it is very unwise to consume the kernel or any part of the Fontainea plants, this also includes the male trees that are equally as toxic as the female.
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JessicaHarding84 says...
Thank you very much for getting back to me promptly. I will now definately noticed search for the shrub and add it into myself morning fruit shake. It truely is amazing that we grow this tree in our backyard (Qld) knowing its potential. We are blessed
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AdaD says...
Hi FONTAINEA, Can you please be more speciific. Can these berries be already used as an alternative treatement for cancer or even used simultaneously with classic treatments? Or they should be used with caution as they can be poisonous?
Thanks
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TheZim says...
Hi all
So can fontainea be grown outside of the tablelands? Can it be bought? I heard it is a restricted plant species and cannot be taken from the wild..is this true?
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Fontainea1 says...
The Blushwood Fontainea picrosperma basically will not grow outside the Atherton Tablelands. I collected a healthy seedling in a tube and I gave it great care, but in the 18 months I nurtured it, it did not grow and suddenly, for no real reason, it died. I think that it is a waste of time growing F. picrosperma and even Dr Paul Reddell is seeking to use F. rostrata (supposedly to cross-bred with F. picrosperma, but I suspect that F. picrosperma is not actually being used at all) F.picrosperma are a little like the lipstick palms. When they get cold they die. If you bring them inside in a pot each night in winter the first night it is forgotten, just one night is all that it takes, and it just dies.
F. picrosperma has been removed from the restricted tree lists for State (QLD) and Commonwealth Legislation for protected trees. It is not an offence to remove them from the wild. ** Edited by Moderator **
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Fontainea1 says...
Hi AdaD,
The scientists are saying that they are extracting an alkaloids from the kernels inside the Fontainea picrosperma (Blushwood) fruit and the private company QBiotics is supplying single injection amounts of this alkaloid known as EBC-46 for patients in 4 major Hospitals. These Hospitals are in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.
Eating the kernals of Fontainea trees is playing Russian roulette with your life, with perhaps with more than one bullet; eating Fontainea kernals does nothing to stop cancer, and is corrosive to your digestive tract. The only people selected for Human Trials are on their last legs with nowhere to go for treatments and the current trials are not for a cure of cancer but to test Phase 1 Dose-Escalation Extension Study to Determine the Safety and Tolerability of intratumoural injection(s) of EBC-46 following screening by Dr Rodney Cusack, who is independent of QBiotics.
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Bradamundi says...
Not sure where you get the figure of 200 plants . I teach indigenous foods and medicines and had a blushwood tree given to me and have had an interest in the plant for many years . I can find them in the forests around Cairns . They are more common than you think and grow in a few places not listed in the area . The average person wouldn't find one but i knoe where quite a few are
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lifechoice says...
would you sell me some seeds or small plant (nz) thanks
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AdaD says...
Thank you for all these details Fontainea.
It's more clear now.
I hope these tests will be successful so extracts of these berries could be effectively used as a cure in a nearest future.
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Serena444 says...
Hi alL I checked into the Blushwood berry supposed to be for sale at Alli Baba, it appears to actually be Goji berry or Wolfberry, or Cranberry they are selling and calling it Blushwood, but its not Fonainea Blushwood.

Has anyone found a source of purchase of a safe form of the berry to take yet please? My Mum has a bile duct cancer, non operable due to her age. It isn't somewhere that an injection could likely be reached so I don't think she would be eligible for the trials on now. Anyone found a safe form to buy and consume? It would be worth a try for my Mum please.
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Fontainea1 says...
Hi Serena,
Details of the EBC-46 trial can be found by accessing the Australian New Zealand Clinical Trial Registry at www.anzctr.org.au and entering “QBiotics” in the search window.
If you speak with your mother's oncologist about the EBC-46 trial, they will be best placed to understand the trial and your mother’s requirements and whether it might be suitable for her. If your oncologist agrees that the study is suitable, then your oncologist should contact Dr Rodney Cusack, on 07 3870 8933, for details of the closest clinical trial site and Principal Investigator.
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Fontainea1 says...
There is something far better than the need to consider Fontainea as a medicine! And that is for all of us to not be sick. Why should we need to search for Good Health! If we consider the causes of cancers, diseases and poor health; these are generally caused by our bodies not being able to cope with our day to day conditions with stresses, toxins and excesses that our bodies have to endure. To a large degree the one thing that we can positively do to improve our lives, is to maintain and improve our nutrition. Fresh foods, especially fruit, nuts and vegetable provide these, and with a good sleeping regiment, it should allow us to remain calm and maintain a healthy body for life. So if you want to live a long and happy life, eat a variety of fresh unrefined foods and undertake regular exercise that is enjoyable. Our best foods should be fresh, not processed or sprayed. Pick, eat and share fruit and veg from our own gardens. Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery stock an extensive list of fruit and nut trees that we can grow for the nutrition that our body needs.
I am not connected to Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery in any way, but I wish to thank them for the space to talk about Fontainea.
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Sandra.M says...
hello
I was wondering if any one of you would sell some seeds of the tree
Please email me at Sandra_meissnest@hotmail.com
thanks sooooo much
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Flor says...
Hi wonderful people:
I was wondering if any of you in these forum can kindly sale me some seeds or plants of this magnificent plant.
Please reply to cassy2005@hotmail.com
I'm in South Australia.
Many many thanks
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