Uses & Benefits

Manuka Honey is becoming increasingly revered by naturopaths, dietitians, elite athletes and natural health consumers around the world, following in the footsteps of the indigenous Māori people who have used Manuka for its therapeutic and medicinal abilities for centuries. For 45 years we’ve been perfecting our beekeeping craft, sourcing Manuka Honey from the remote hills of New Zealand. Manuka’s key natural compounds have shown to possess antibacterial and antimicrobial properties. Nature’s most powerful honey’s is most used for:

  • Daily immune support

  • Aiding digestive and gut health

  • Antioxidant protection

  • Soothing coughs and sore throats

  • Natural pre-workout energy boost

  • DIY skincare to support glowing complexion

  • Single-ingredient, antibacterial face mask for acne-prone skin

  • As a beneficial sweetener alternative for teas & coffee

Manuka Honey, when sterilized, is also being used for wound healing in hospitals and clinics around the world.

manuka honey with gym equipment
lady eating manuka. from spoon
ingredients for warm soothing honey drink
lady mixing manuka to make a face mask

How It’s Sourced

Since Manuka Honey can only be produced in areas abundant with native Manuka blossoms, many of our hives are located in some of the most remote parts of New Zealand, accessible only by helicopter and hike-in. Given its short flowering season –– only 2-6 weeks out of the entire year –– it takes immense skill, planning, and resources to harvest Manuka Honey, which is why we never take a single, precious drop for granted.

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honey bee on Manuka flower
beekeeper watching bees on a hive
manuka honey on top of bee hives
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