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Q & A about Manuka Honey - Part 1

One of the most exotic, delicate and finest types pf Honey in the planet... Manuka honey raises a lot of questions among the public. At Totika Distribitions, we're always pleased to share knowledge and information about this precious natural food that hasn't unveiled all its secrets yet, albeit the large number of scientif studies conducted to understant its properties and benefits.

In this Q&A post, we're pleased to answer the frequently asked questions that we receive from public and to share with you the most important information that you need to know if you're discovering Manuka honey for the firt time or to use it for new purposes to you if you're already in love with it.


Let's start now!

Q: What is Manuka honey?

A: Manuka honey is a type of honey that is produced by bees that pollinate the Manuka bush, which is native to New Zealand and parts of Australia. It is known for its unique antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that make it useful for a wide range of health purposes.


Q: What are the health benefits of Manuka honey?

A: Manuka honey has a variety of health benefits, including:

- Fighting against bacterial infections: The antibacterial properties of Manuka honey make it effective in fighting against a wide range of bacterial infections, including those caused by some antibiotic-resistant strains.

- Treating wounds: Manuka honey has been used for centuries as a natural wound healer, due to its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

- Relieving sore throats: Manuka honey has been shown to be effective in reducing inflammation and pain associated with sore throats, making it a popular natural remedy for this common ailment.

- Supporting digestive health: Manuka honey has shown promise in supporting digestive health and healing digestive issues such as acid reflux and irritable bowel syndrome.


Wait for more in Part 2 and in the meanwhile you're welcome at our shop to degustate our Manuka honey from our family farm in Bay of Islands, New-Zealand.

Don't forget, we deliver everywhere in Canada and USA, so we make it easier faster for you to enjoy to get your jar whenever you wish!

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