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Manuka honey? What's so special about it?

Updated: Mar 1, 2023

Manuka is a shrub that grows wild in New Zealand. Its leaves are small and fragrant and its flowers white and fragrant. Manuka honey is made from its flowers and the Maori people have used the plant and its honey for centuries as natural medicine products.

Abeille ruche miel de Manuka Nouvelle Zelande
Photo par Happy Beekeeping Ltd Nouvelle Zelande Miel de Manuka

Following multiple and rigorous scientific studies, Manuka honey is recognized as a miracle of nature.

It is recognized for its antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiviral, antioxidant, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties! Properties that strengthen your immune system and make it an exceptional natural remedy for different indications.

Known for a long time by the Maori people and being a local product, Manuka Honey is consumed in New Zealand on a daily basis as a food, or used in different recipes (in delicious smoothies! with pancakes and crepes... and much more!).

It has also been used as a remedy for all ailments for centuries: its effectiveness allowed it to be used for external wounds, skin infections, internal infections and to help sick people recover quickly... even before it has been studied and analyzed in laboratories!

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