what is manuka honey & why should we use it?
is produced by bees who pollinate the manuka bush. Unlike regular honey, manuka is thick & spreadable due to it’s formulation of stable crystals.
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ways to use
Manuka is both a prebiotic and anti-inflammatory food that may aid in the support of a healthy gut.
use on wounds
Manuka’s high antibacterial properties makes it a great option to effectively sooth burns and wounds.
use for sore throat
Manuka’s thick, spread like consistency helps to line the coating of the throat while combating bad bacteria.
use as skincare
Manuka’s antibacterial benefits and ability to trap hydration makes it a wonderful natural skincare product.