1.Manuka honey is fast becoming known as liquid gold. What makes it so special is its unique non-peroxide activity (NPA). This naturally occurring chemical process boosts the antibacterial and antiseptic properties.
2.Manuka honey is mono-floral, meaning it is made from one species of flower. It is produced by bees that have fed on the Leptospermum tree, which flowers fewer than six weeks a year and grows wild in Australia and New Zealand. While Manuka honey has only recently come under the spotlight, its use dates back centuries as a traditional Indigenous medicine.
3.Our Australian Manuka Honey is rated using the NPA system, which is an abbreviation for Non Peroxide Activity. Every batch of Manuka honey must be lab tested to determine its activity and how potent its active enzymes are. The higher the NPA number, the higher the antibacterial activity and natural enzymes
4.Please note: No honey of any kind should be given to a child under 12 months old and if you are pregnant or likely to become pregnant.
1) Sore throats and immunity
2) Allergies and Sinusitis
3) Beauty treatment and health booster
4) Improves sleep
5) Low stomach acid, acid reflex, SIBO
6) Staph Infection (MRSA)