Wedderspoon Manuka Honey

Wedderspoon Manuka Honey

Product Review: Wedderspoon Manuka Honey KFactor 16+
Size: KFactor 16+ in the 17.6 Ounce Jar (pot) Total sizes available: 6 different sizes
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Video TitleWedderspoon Traceability

Video Author: Wedderspoon                  Video Date: Oct 26, 2016

Company Background:

Wedderspoon have a reputation for sourcing some of the best raw manuka honey in the world.  All their New Zealand sourced manuka honeys are NON-GMO verified.  The company also uses only use sustainable resources and care deeply about their bee colonies.

The company has been trading since 2005 and set up operations in the USA in 2006.  Wedderspoon now have over 35 high quality Manuka Honey based products.

As a company, Wedderspon aligns their decision making with the principles of ethical and sustainable honey production, the support of bee conservation and offering transparency to their customers. (click here for more details).

Product Description:

Wedderspoon Raw Manuka KFactor 16 Non-GMO Manuka Honey.  8.8 oz (250g) jar/pot

Manuka honey is an amazing New Zealand superfood with multiple uses in home remedies, beauty regimes, in active lifestyles of in the kitchen. Wedderspoon Manuka Honey is always raw and unpasteurized to maintain the naturally-occurring health properties inherent in this special honey.  KFactor 16 indicates that 75% of the pollen in the honey is guaranteed to contain pollen grains that are specific to the Manuka flower.

Company / Product warranty:

Wedderspoon offer a 30 days returns and exchanges programme.  If you are not happy with the products, you have 30 days to return the unused and re-sellable items to Wedderspoon in their original packaging and original Wedderspoon receipt.

For more information, please see the Wedderspon company website.  Please click here.

Product usage: Wedderspoon Manuka Honey KFactor 16+

Manuka honey can be consumed as food by simply taking a heaped teaspoon several times a day as needed.  You can enjoy Manuka Honey just as you would enjoy Supermarket honey.  You can have it with breakfast, paired with cheese or crackers.  You can mix it with yoghurt and banana in a smoothie.  Some people even use it as DIY face masks.

To learn more about DIY Manuka Honey face masks, please click here.

Face Mask, Source Pixabay, Kaz
Face Mask, Source Pixabay, Kaz

For more recipe ideas, please click here:

The product needs to be stored in a cool dry place such as in a pantry cupboard, next to the peanut butter is perfect.


Other product uses include:

Manuka Honey Uses, Source Wedderspoon
Manuka Honey Uses, Source Wedderspoon

Product positives:

If you are on a low carbohydrate diet you can still consume Manuka honey.  Because it is a natural product (unlike white refined sugar or artificial sweeteners), many diets still allow for small amounts of honey daily.  A Tablespoon of honey contains 17g of Carbohydrates.

Every jar of Wedderspoon Manuka honey can be traced back to the master Beekeeper in New Zealand, which is great.

Honey has a lower Glycemic Index (GI) than table sugar.  This is important to know for diabetics.

This company Wedderspoon, give back through donations to the Rodale Institute in North America. This research initiative is looking at ways to help prevent / delay bee colony collapse.

Wedderspoon’s products are always raw, never pasteurized. This helps ensure that all the delicate compounds unique to honey are not damaged or destroyed via the heating process.

This product is great for people who….

  • This is a great product for people who care about their health and wellness.
  • Typical customers are looking for alternatives to Over the Counter Medicines.
  • People who are looking for all natural health and Beauty products
  • People looking for a healthier sweetener with a lower GI level than standard table sugar
  • Uses as a whole family health remedy (not children under 12 months)
  • Free Of Fillers and Chemicals

Product Negatives:

  • Genuine raw honey contains Propolis.  People with a high level bee allergy need to avoid this product.
  • Not for children under 12 months of age.
  • Not for pregnant or lactating women.
  • Manuka honey is very expensive.  Quality costs!


Final Thoughts:

  • I like that this company really cares about their bees and the health of their hives.
  • I like that this company is in New Zealand, USA and Europe.
  • I like that this product is certified and GMO free which is wonderful.
  • I like the taste of this honey.
  • This honey is very healthy and has LOTS of health benefits.  Definitely worth it.

This is a wonderful product which has helped a lot of people.  It seems very high quality for the price.

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18 Replies to “Wedderspoon Manuka Honey”

  1. Very informative article. Never knew before about all of the natural health benefits a honey like this could offer. Definitely something I’m going to do more research on to see how it may benefit my specific health concerns. Glad I came across this review, will be back should I decide to purchase.

    1. Hi Bill,

      Thank you for visiting our website today.  I am glad that we could be of some help. 

      Yes, honey really is AMAZING and Manuka Honey is one of nature’s superfoods and many people’s “go to” ingredients in their natural medicine cabinet.

      If you would like to know more about the benefits of Manuka Honey, please click here. The Health Benefits Of Manuka Honey.

      Thank you again for visiting.

  2. Didn’t know about this company. It does sound interesting on the health benefits. I do like the info on the bees and the possible problem with the insecticides. I guess there is a regional difference when it comes to honey productions. I think the info you gave is very good and will definitely look more into it. Thanks Rich

    1. Hi Rich,

      As a first time visitor to our website – thank you for visiting us today.  I am happy to have shared some information with you regarding bees and Manuka Honey.

      Yes, I agree that health benefits of Manuka Honey really are amazing and worth exploring more.  The easiest way to do this is to click on this link The Benefits Of Manuka Honey.

      Thanks again for visiting us today.

  3. Mmmmm. I love honey. I use it to battle my allergies though. Isn’t it better to use as local as possible honey when treating allergies? And I had no idea on the glycemic index part. I could have sworn I read something that stated it was higher than can sugar… but I could be wrong.

    1. Hi Vee,
      Thanks for stopping by today, I really appreciate that. You sound like you have done a little honey research already which is great to see.
      You are right that LOCAL RAW HONEY is wonderful to use all year round to help with treating allergies like hayfever. This is because the local raw honey will contain pollens from local plants, grasses and flowers that could trigger your hayfever in the spring time. To learn more about this, please click here

      In regards to honey and cane sugar, honey has more calories than cane sugar but it is twice as sweet so many people only have half as much as a result. As a result of this raw honey has actually been declared beneficial for people looking to lose weight – I know I was totally surprised by that result as well. I was so totally surprised that I have written an article on this, you can read more here
      Thanks again for stopping by.

    1. HI Ray,
      Thank you for stopping by today.
      I have never had anyone ask what are the benefits of honey as a pre-work out boost before. Hmmm if I was to guess I would say that honey has lots of calories and glucose so it would give you a large boost of energy very quickly.
      If weight loss is one of your workout goals, then yes honey is wonderful for that as well. I wrote an article on that topic, you can read it here

      Thanks again for stopping by.

  4. Hi there,

    Wow, I am impressed by all the benefits the Manuka honey offer!
    I usually use honey in my tea especially when I don’t feel good, and it really helps! I didn’t know that honey can be utilized for so many things. Just a question, please. Why is the Manuka honey forbidden for children under 12 years old?
    Thank you for this excellent review!

    1. Hi Daniella,

      Thanks for stopping by.  Yes, I agree Manuka Honey is wonderful.  I couldn’t believe all the benefits it has either.  To learn more about the benefits of Manuka Honey, please click here

      Raw honey is not advised for children under 12 months of age (1 year).  This is because their tummies are still developing.  From time to time raw honey contains spores from the pollen that the bees collect. Infant botulism happens when these spores develop in the intestines and releases the toxin. Adults have mature digestive tracks so they are usually fine. Children under 6 months of age however have trouble fighting this off.  That is why the best advice is not to give RAW honey to children under 12 months (1 year) of age.  You can read more about botulism here if you like

      Botulism spores are destroyed when honey is heated above 85 °C (185 °F) for longer than 5 minutes.  That is why lots of Supermarket honey is heated (pasteurized).  The heating process destroys many beneficial volatile nutrients and minerals unique to honey which is why lots of people prefer to eat RAW honey. I wrote an article on the beneficial nutrients found in raw honey.  You are welcome to read it here.  

      Hope that helps and thanks for stopping by.

  5. I absolutely love honey and have never heard of this brand before so I will check this out. Super informative post. I had no idea that honey is heat treated to kill possible bad bacteria but also kills some some of the good things in it as well. Guess I never knew what pasteurizing even was.

    1. Hi Nathan,

      Thank you for visiting us today. I really appreciate that. Yes, many common products found in today’s Supermarket aisles are heat treated for product quality control purposes. That’s one of the reasons why many people are deliberately starting to “hunt” around and source food that is closer to the quality and purity of food that our Grandparents (and ancestors) used to eat. Raw honey fits this concept beautifully.
      If you would like to know more about the benefits of eating raw honey, please feel free to read this post

      Thank you again for visiting us today.

  6. Great post. Love Manuka honey! The best honey known comes from Nea Zealand, in fact, a family member of mine buys queen bees from New Zealand. It is great this product is non-GMO I think that is really important and maintains the quality of Manuka honey. There are so many uses for Manuka honey the possibilities are endless when you have a good quality product.

    1. Hi Dawn,

      Thank you so much for stopping by, I really appreciate that.  Yes, I agree Manuka Honey is WONDERFUL, thank you for saying that.  It’s great that you have heard of this type of honey before.

      You are also right to say that Manuka Honey has so many wonderful uses.  You can learn more about the some great uses for Manuka Honey here The Health Benefits Of Manuka Honey.

      Thanks again for stopping by.

  7. Thank for writing this informative article about Manuka Raw Honey.
    I have been using honey for many years but I didn’t know that there is a such kind of natural and unpasteurized honey, I am trying to buy organic honey I believe I am not getting enough benefits as same I could get from Manuka. I have replaced regular sugar by honed and my health has improved significantly. For example, I used to have problem with teeth today no more pain.
    The price of this Manuka is very high but if you buy it as remedies it is fine because raw honey doesn’t expire in short period.

    1. Hi Joel,

      Thank you for visiting today.  It’s great to hear that you are already using honey in your daily life.  Good on you.

      I am happy to share that yes, honey can be heated (pasteurized) and not heated (raw).  When the honey is in it’s original and “raw” form, it has many additional health benefits.  This is because it contains volatile bee specific vitamins and minerals which get destroyed in the heating process.  You can learn more about the benefits of raw honey here. Manuka Honey v Raw Honey.

      Regular cane sugar v Honey.  Good on your for substituting regular sugar with honey.  Did you know that by switching to honey you are actually helping to lose weight?  I know I didn’t believe it either.  You can learn more about the benefits of using honey instead of sugar here Raw Honey and Weight Loss – The Results Will Surprise You.

      Thanks again for stopping by.  I am glad I could help you today.

  8. Hey love the content the Articles were great very informative great use of picture media and video.

    Yes I do like honey it is a good topper for a biscuit and a great ingredient when roasting hams and other specialty meats.

    I also use it as a base ingredient in most of my BBQ sauces.

    Thanks for letting me visit your site it was very informative very useful and I enjoyed visiting. 

    1. Hi Ghost,

      Thank you for visiting us today.  I really appreciate that.

      Yes, I agree honey is wonderful on biscuits and actually, you know what?  I have never used it as a base for homemade BBQ sauces.  I think this is great idea, thank you so much for sharing that with our audience. 

      If you are looking for a great product to impress your guests with at your next BBQ, why don’t you try Product Review – Comvita Manuka Honey UMF – 15+.  It tastes amazing.

      All the best and thanks again for visiting us today.

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