Mankua Honey Sales Not Sticking
Until a couple of years ago, manuka honey was primarily consumed by a few a handful of health food fanatics who had heard of its numerous properties all the way from New Zealand. Upon arriving in the UK, this honey has grown in popularity and is now widely available, however, not all manuka honey is active, thus compromising its quality and effectiveness.
The UMF activity rating indicates a percentage of phenol solution and provides a confirmation of the anti-bacterial activity. Our honey has a factor of either 10+ or 16+, which corresponds with the ideal potency to deal with the majority of needs as dictated by clinical research.
Manuka honey is known to contain hydrogen peroxide which is formed in a slow release manner by the enzyme glucose oxidase, in addition to uniquely high levels of methylgyloxal, which are found to be in quantities 100 to 1000 times higher than other types of honey and are thought to be the reason behind its powerful antibacterial properties.
It has been found to have numerous benefits including soothing sore throats, assisting digestion, healing stomach ulcers, aiding indigestion, promoting skin health, treating wounds, and bacterial and fungal infections. Nutritionally, it is high in zinc, iron, vitamins and antioxidants making it an effective antiviral and antibiotic, making a popular antidote to cold and flu. High quantities of the bee propolis is thought to stimulate immune systems, helping to cure chronic conditions such as acne whilst manuka pollen is can help with the provision of energy.
Active Manuka Honey is rich and full in flavour, making it easy to consume either on its own or added to food and drink, as unlike other honeys, manuka has been found to contain extra compounds which make it more stable and unlikely to loose their potency when exposed to light, heat or dilution. Available at Health Rack from as little as £3.99.
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