The Science of Nature

In 1981, Lacey and Lord were quoted in the Journal of Microbiology, Vol 14, 41- 49
Linolenic acid would therefore have all the agents of an ideal antibacterial agent… its naturally occurring and hence untoward reactions would not be expected.

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Flaxseed Oil

Flaxseed Oil has a rich source of healing properties and has been cultivated for more than 7000 years. Apart from its antimicrobial properties, flaxseed oil is renowned for its skin healing properties; irritated skin can often respond to its anti-inflammatory actions and skin soothing properties.


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Tea Tree

Tea Tree has been used for a century as a topical antiseptic and anti-fungal by indigenous Australians. Laboratory studies have also shown that tea tree oil was effective against common everyday germs along with more high potency bacteria.


Scientific Panel

Kayban’s product development goal was to formulate a fast acting antibacterial agent that is effective against high potency bacteria. Throughout its years of clinical R&D, Bio3 GUARDIAN is the culmination of pure Australian ingenuity and is backed by an elite group of Australian Medical Researchers.


Professor Andrew Sinclair

Professor Sinclair has become known as one of Australia’s leading nutritionists, with much of his 46-year career devoted to the study of the role of lipids and fatty acids in human health, functional foods, saturated and trans fatty acids and long chain omega 3 fatty acids.

Professor John Turnidge

Dr Turnidge has an illustrious career dedicated to Infectious Diseases and laboratory Microbiology. He is co founder and first President of the Australian Society for Antimicrobials.

Professor Tom Riley

Professor Riley is a microbiologist whose research reflects his background in routine diagnostic clinical microbiology. He is a Professor in the School of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at
the University of Western Australia.