Manuka Honey is the honey produced when bees visit the Manuka Bush which is native to Australia and New Zealand. This special type of honey has a different anti-bacterial activity than regular honey. So Is Manuka Honey Good? The answer is YES, ITS FANTASTIC.
Honey has many, many antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that can really benefit the body in so many ways, especially honey on an empty stomach.
It is definitely my favorite all-natural sweetener and “go-to” ingredient within my natural medicine cabinet.
Many people want to know, should they include more honey in their diets? Would this be a positive thing to do or not? It’s only natural to be curious.
Manuka Honey in particular has been shown to be the MOST beneficial when it comes to improving the bodies health. It is full on wonderful and powerful enzymes and nutrients to really help our bodies get healthier sooner and then stay healthier for longer. Continue reading “Honey on an Empty Stomach”
Australian Manuka Honey and New Zealand Manuka Honey have some of the highest antibacterial properties in the world. It is one reason why it is one of nature’s most sought after super foods.
Manuka Honey is created when bees visit the flowers produced by the Leptospermum plant (also called the Manuka Bush or Native Tea Tree Plant) which is native to New Zealand, Australia and some plants have even been found in South East Asia. To learn more about the botanicals involved with this plant, please click here. Continue reading “Australian Manuka Honey”
Today we are going to be learning a bit more about the wonderful Botanical Plant family that creates the wonderful flowers that the bees visit to gather the nectar which gets converted to make Manuka Honey. Manuka Honey is celebrated worldwide for it’s antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.