Honey has been revered and consumed for thousands of years. Ancient cultures used honey for consumption as a food, as a natural sweetener in drinks and food, as well as a salve for skin blemishes.
Not all honey is the same. Dr. Peter Molan of the Waikato University in New Zealand, has spent over two and a half decades, researching manuka honey from New Zealand, and has found properties that are unique to this honey.
Manuka Honey and Active Manuka Honey is collected from the wild, uncultivated Tea Tree Bush in New Zealand, called leptospermum scoparium. The manuka bush has small leaves. The flowers look like apple blossoms, ranging in color from white to pink.
The taste of Manuka Honey and Active Manuka Honey UMF (R)16+ is best described as a smooth, creamy, caramel-like taste, very pleasant to the pallet.
Pure, raw, natural, un-pasteurized, truly Tested and Certified Active Manuka Honey. UMF stands for Unique Manuka Factor, the factor that sets this honey apart from any other honey in the world.
1-2 Teaspoons a day for general well being.
Mix Manuka Honey or Active Manuka Honey in tea, or enjoy on toast.
Use manuka honey as a full sugar replacement product in everything you cook, bake or BBQ.
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Children 1.5 years and younger should NOT eat any honey, as their digestive system is NOT ready to digest honey.
Also, if you purchase honey in a store that has been pasteurized (meaning the enzymes have been destroyed by heat, and therefore can no longer naturally destroy harmful bacteria), such honey could potentially contain botulism spores, which can be DEADLY for an infant!
Store out of direct sunlight in cool, dry place.