Honey and Turmeric

Honey and Turmeric

Raw Honey On Spoon
Raw Honey on Spoon, Source Pixabay, Stevepb


Honey is amazing – by now everyone knows that I love honey, so I won’t focus to much on honey in this article about honey and turmeric.

I will talk more about turmeric.


Turmeric Roots and Turnmeric Spice
Turmeric Roots and Turnmeric Spice, Source WikiCommons, Simon Eugster


Turmeric root (Curcuma longa) is actually part of the GINGER Family and native to south east Asia. (see you learn something every day!) Continue reading “Honey and Turmeric”

Manuka Honey Properties

Manuka Honey Properties

The Wonderful Natural Properties of Manuka Raw Honey.  For thousands of years, Manuka honey has been proven to perform the role of a natural and safe antibiotic successfully treating a range of common ailments. People naturally began to wonder, “So what are the Properties within Manuka Honey that makes it so special?”

Overall, all raw honey helps protect against infection and inflammation however Manuka honey in particular has been scientifically proven to have the MOST health benefits and the most beneficial properties for your health.

Some of the key properties found in Manuka raw honey include:

  • Hydrogen Peroxide              This gives the honey an antibiotic quality.
  • Methylglyoxal (MG)             This helps gives Manuka honey its high antibacterial concentration.

Manuka Raw Honey can be rated a variety of ways. The most popular one is the Unique Manuka Factor (UMF).  Roughly speaking the UMF correlates to the MG concentration in raw Manuka Honey.

Manuka Honey should have a rating of 10+ UMF Manuka Honey or higher in order to be labelled Active Manuka Honey.

To learn more about the benefits of Manuka Honey, please click here.

To learn more about the Manuka Honey Grading system, please click here.

Source: http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/manuka-honey-medicinal-uses#3

Click here to hear Dr. Oz Explaining the Benefits of Manuka Honey

Video Author:  Plantogen                              Published on: Aug 28, 2012