Active Manuka Honey

honeyHoney today like many processed foods is not as natural as everyone once thought.  Depending on the source, it can come full of substances from pollution, pesticides and added ingredients that do not require labeling. Some honeys on the market are even so artificial as to include chemical and fake sweeteners the convenient price shopper is not aware of.

Bees are natural pollinators, their goal is to go from flower to flower seeking out as much pollen as their little bodies can carry.  They are not scientists nor do they decipher what pollen is better than others.

Mysteriously guided by magnetic bearings and instinct, Manuka honey bees travel in large swarms for many miles gathering their prized possession.

Honey has always been a natural sweetener with anti-microbial properties and is the only food that does not spoil, need refrigeration or preservatives. It can sit in a jar for over three thousand years and never go rancid.  Only if we could be around that long to witness it first hand.

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The only science one needs to know is where did the bees go to gather their raw product.  The pollen source is what clearly determines the quality.  In New Zealand, they have one source that is yet to be disturbed by human science.  The Manuka Bush also known as the New Zealand tea tree.

It is a prolific scrub-type tree and is often one of the first species to regenerate on cleared land. It is typically a shrub. It can grow into a moderately sized tree, up to 15 m (49 ft) or so in height. It is evergreen, with dense branching and small leaves with a short spine tip.

The flowers are white, occasionally pink, with five petals. The wood is tough and hard, and was often used for tool handles. Manuka sawdust imparts a delicious flavor when used for smoking meats and fish. It is cultivated in New Zealand for Manuka Honey, produced when honeybees gather the nectar and pollen from its flowers, and it is widely used for the pharmaceutical industry.

Local birds like parakeets use the leaves and bark of Manuka to rid themselves of parasites. Apart from ingesting the material, they also chew it, mix it with gland oil and apply it to their feathers. Manuka Honey is by far the best honey to use especially when making home remedies and attaining overall health within digestive flora.

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Great fans of Manuka Honey discovered it through a friend or a nutritionist. For those who get terrible coughs and colds on a too frequent basis and for those who end up in the E.R. due to chest complications, a teaspoon of Manuka honey on a daily basis seems to be the answer.

Regular users of Manuka Honey have found that they no longer get awful colds and when they are looking a little run down, or start to sniffle, they quickly administer a small cup of Manuka tea and within 6 hours, the sniffles disappear. Most first time Manuka buyers get shocked by the price. However it’s worth every penny.

Since discovering the healing properties of Manuka most will have become a self proclaimed agent for the stuff, and anyone with the sniffles, a cough, sore throat or looking a little peeky will immediately get the….

“Have you tried Manuka Honey?” 

Dragon Herbs Active Manuka Honey Supreme 25+ Manuka honey from New Zealand is unlike any other honey in the world. Bees that collect pollen and nectar from the New Zealand Manuka bush make honey that contains an extraordinary, natural, powerful, non-peroxide antibacterial activity not found in any other variety of honey. This makes Manuka honey one of nature’s true superfoods.

About Manuka Honey:

For thousands of years, honey has been used for treatment of wounds and as a gastrointestinal remedy. But what makes Manuka honey so effective as a therapeutic healer?

Non-peroxide antibacterial activity, or NPA

All honeys produce hydrogen peroxide, which has antibacterial properties. Unfortunately, hydrogen peroxide destroys all bacteria, good and bad. The NPA (non-peroxide activity) of Manuka honey is special, targeting pathogenic bacteria and leaving healthy bacteria untouched. A chemical marker found in Manuka honey called methyglyoxal has been linked to this unique NPA factor. However, there is more to NPA than just this one compound, and it is the synergistic combination of many different components that bring all of the magical healing properties of Manuka honey to life.

Active Manuka Honey – What’s in a Number?

The presence of this non-peroxide antibacterial activity can be measured using scientific testing, and the resulting NPA is scored 0 -25.  A NPA score of Zero (0) means that the honey contains no “unique factors”, and may be best used for culinary purposes only. Manuka honey with a score of 5+ to 25+ is considered Active Manuka Honey, with unique factors that contribute to its beneficial and therapeutic properties.

Dragon Herbs Manuka Honey Supreme is rated 25+NPA

A score of 25+ means that the Active Manuka honey is virtually “perfect”. The time of year, the weather, temperature, variety of bees, and even the Manuka bush itself must be just right to get a batch of honey to score above 20+. Only the healthiest bees, the cleanest air, the most perfect weather, and the most thriving Manuka bushes will lead to a batch of honey with a score of 25+, like Dragon Herbs Manuka Honey Supreme.

Dragon Herbs Manuka Honey Supreme

Manuka Honey Benefits:

Every jar of Dragon Herbs Manuka Honey is a unique superfood with therapeutic properties. That means Manuka honey can be enjoyed as a natural sweetener, or can reside in your medicine cabinet for use as an antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, or digestive aid.

Common Uses for Manuka Honey:

Treat minor wounds and burns, Skin ailments, Immune Support, Protection or Treatment of Stomach and Digestive ailments and reducing plaque build up.

True Manuka honey is unique and special to New Zealand. Dragon Herbs Manuka Honey Supreme is sourced from a clean and pristine farm from the rugged East Coast area of the North Island of New Zealand. This remote region is unique for its pollution-free, Manuka-rich areas. The honey from this part of New Zealand is renowned for its distinctive quality.

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