Description: Contains antibacterial properties
More potent than your usual supermarket sweet stuff, manuka honey is not only famed for its flavour, it offers a whole host of other benefits too. Produced in hives operating in wild, uncultivated areas of New Zealand, this special honey is the work of bees harvesting the nectar of native manuka bushes.
The hard work of the manuka bee results in the most valuable honey on Earth.
Manuka honey has been added to the natural remedies of the indigenous Maori people for around 4000 years and many of their ancient solutions are now backed by science.
With antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, this delicious honey is not just a great sore throat soother.
Manuka Doctor honey benefits: antibacterial and antimicrobial
Known to its ability to soothe a sore throat.
Manuka honey for skin and hair
An increasingly popular ingredient in high end skin and hair care products, manuka honey?s potent powers are especially beneficial.
Add manuka to a homemade mask, use as a daily cleanser or dab it directly and you are likely to enjoy a hydrated, soften skin.
An emollient and humectant, manuka can also help you to achieve smoother, shinier hair.
How to choose manuka honey
When choosing a manuka product, it is important to make sure you are picking a pure, unblended honey, such as Manuka Doctor.
Traceable from the hive to your home, Manuka Doctor honeys are certified by the New Zealand government and tested in the UK and NZ.
Each pot has a manuka honey grade ? the MGO that tells you how potent the antibacterial the honey is. This means you can pick the right manuka honey strength to suit your requirements, depending on whether you are simply spreading it on your toast or adding it to your medicine cabinet.
Provides support to general wellbeing
Fully traceable back to New Zealand