Manuka

Properties of Manuka Honey: 

Manuka honey is made from tea bushes, which grow in the cleanest regions of New Zealand.

A typical characteristic of Monuka honey is the presence of methylglyoxal MGO or UMF. Compared to other honies it's content is much higher. That's why it's so unique and valued. The MGO or UMF amount stated on the package escribes the minimal amount present in a kilogram of product.

Use of Manuka Honey:

It's recommended to eat 2-3 teaspoons a day. On an empty stomach or 20 minutes before eating. 
Manuka Honey can be dissolved in a glass of cool water and drank before eating. Remember that manuka honey loses it's properties in a temperature higher than 40°C.

Manuka Honey CANNOT be given to small children under 1 year old and people with diabetes or allergic to bee products.

What is the UMF® marking on manuka honey?

UMF – Unique Manuka Factor, is a quality mark confirmed by the New Zealand government, created by the UMF Honey Association (UMFHA) from New Zealand.  
Every owner of the UMF® license is subjected to independent control in order to maintain proper standards of product quality. 

Check the authenticity of Manuka Honey!
UMF® license number: 2228