Four reasons why you need a jar of Mānuka Honey
Manuka Honey is world renowned as it possesses the highest antimicrobial content of any honey on the planet. This means that it helps fight winter illnesses when consumed and it is also anti-fungal when applied to the skin and can fight all forms of infections.
But not all Manuka Honey is the same. There are markers that show how much antimicrobial activity the honey has. MGO is one of these markers. Another marker is whether the honey is multi-floral or mono-floral. If honey is mono-floral it is a more pure manuka honey as its source is manuka flowers only.
Our honey comes from Aotea. Aotea is an island (also known as Great Barrier Island), covered in first generation manuka trees. This means that there is no cross-pollination between other flowers of other plants. The consequence of this is that our mono-floral capacity is off the charts and our honey is considered to be the purest on the planet.
Overall, Manuka Honey has amazing natural healing properties. These include anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiviral and antioxidant – in other words, it reduces redness and swelling, kills off bacteria and repairs damaged skin and it’s 100% natural, raw and unprocessed.
Top uses for Mānuka Honey
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