Hi everyone, if you wish to get a copy of the 2013 activity test of the manuka honey please email me or call me
We are a smalll farm with a few staff..we just on here is to manuka honey
This is coming direct from the bee keeper The phoenix honey uses its own hives to source Manuka Honey from the rugged East Coast area of the North Island of New Zealand. The remote region is unique for its pollution free, Manuka rich areas. The honey from this part of New Zealand is renowned for its distinctive creamy flavour and subtle aroma.
Weight: 570g Nett
Appearance: Dark cream to dark brown
Flavour: mineral, slightly bitter, barley sugar, herbaceous
Honey’s anti-bacterial activity has been recognised since 1550BC by the ancient Egyptians. Aristotle recommended it for assisting natural healing of infected wounds. Any type of honey may be called active if it has antibacterial properties. However this anti-bacterial activity can vary widely in potency.
Lab tested: Total Activity 25+
Serving per package:23 Serving Size:21g
Total Fat (g)
Ingredients: 100% Manuka Honey
Product of New Zealand
What is Manuka?
Before we go deeper into Active Manuka Honey, let’s first learn what exactly is Manuka. Manuka is a Maori word for a shrub/small tree called Leptospermum scoparium. Manuka is a native tree to New Zealand which also well known as tea tree. It is found throughout New Zealand but most commonly found in drier east coast of North Island and South Island. Historically the name arose because Captain Cook used the leaves to make tea drink.
What is Manuka Honey?
Manuka honey is a monofloral (single flower) honey produced by bees which fed only on manuka flower. Manuka honey from New Zealand comes when beekeepers set up their hives in wild uncultivated areas in which Manuka bushes grow. The bees gather nectar from flowers of the Manuka. Manuka honey comes out in darker colour than normal honey, and has a distinctive and rich taste that is implicative of the flavour of other tea tree products.
What is the difference between regular Manuka honey and Active Manuka Honey?
This is the most interesting and important part, but yet the trickiest part as well. You have to understand this in order to ensure your honey is worth every dollar spent.
Regular Manuka honey is used very effectively for treating sore throats, colds, canker sores, fever blisters, acne, pimples, and the best thing is that it also tastes great on toast! It is important to know that both regular and Active Manuka honeys are gathered from the flower of the Manuka bush. The difference between these two honeys is the level of concentration of the non-hydrogen peroxide, which is the additional antibacterial properties that have the ability to destroy a wider range of much more powerful bacteria. The term “Active Manuka Honey” was developed to distinguish Manuka honey that contains non-hydrogen peroxide antibacterial properties from Manuka honey that did contain this activity. A regular Manuka honey is called ‘regular’ because the non-hydrogen peroxide activity cannot be detected in the honey.
What’s so special about Active Manuka Honey?
Honey in general has been used as a medicine since ancient times. Its antibacterial activity is found due to its osmotic effect, acidity, and also mainly due to the hydrogen peroxide (a known antiseptic) produced enzymically in the honey. However, regular honey loses most of its healing properties when it comes in contact with fluids, or when exposed to heat or light.
Unlike regular honey, Active Manuka Honey is not affected by heat or light. It is also important to know that hydrogen peroxide, which is a major antibacterial factor in other types of honeys, will be destroyed by enzymes in our body. Interestingly, non-hydrogen peroxide antibacterial components in Active Manuka Honey is not affected by such enzymes. Active Manuka Honey is highly effective against antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria, e.g. MRSA and VRE. As Active Manuka Honey does not need moisture and oxygen to be effective, it works greatly under wound dressings or in wound cavities or in the gut. Furthermore, the non-peroxide antibacterial activity of Active Manuka Honey diffuses deeper into skin tissues than does the hydrogen peroxide from other types of honey, making it possible to get to infected areas.
Our manuka honey can help the following conditions:
Stomach Ulcers and Related Conditions
Sore Throats & Colds
Minor Burns & Pressure Sores
Infections & MRSA (superbug)
Skins Ulcers, Wounds, Boils, etc
P.S.: Many of our people have a teaspoon of our honey when having Stomach Ulcers and Sore Throats and it really works!
It's highly recommended to have the honey straight from the teaspoon one hour before meals or at bedtime for best results.
How to use our products:
Try having a teaspoon to a tablespoon of the honey three to four times a day, ideally one hour before meals and again at bedtime.
- Try to have nothing to drink immediately after having the honey so as not to dilute the honey.
- Having the honey on bread, toast or cracker biscuit holds the honey in the stomach for as long as possible.
- Many people have experienced good results if they have the honey straight from the teaspoon.
- It is pure honey so it does not interfere with regular medications.
- Adjust the amount and frequency to suit your own needs. Most people have a generous amount of the honey initially, then reduce it as they feel warranted.
- A little discomfort was experienced by a few for a very short period.