Honey is the nectar gathered by the honeybees from different flowering plants, and the honey name is derived from that plant source.
Honey is completely natural. Beekeepers gather honey from beehives of the pristine natural forests and is then spun from the comb.
The use of Honey in Medicine dates as far back as Aristotle (c.350 BC) who wrote of honey ‘… It is good as a salve for sore eyes and wounds’.
Over the past few years there has been renewed interest in the use of honey in modern infection healthcare; with increasing reports of its effectiveness in healing, particularly in the rapid clearance of infection through increasing body antibodies.
iAUNZ now offer 2 types of Native Honey Jarrah Honey from Australia & Manuka Honey from New Zealand.
Jarrah honey remains naturally liquid for a long period of time.
Jarrah honey has a high fructose and low glucose content. High fructose species honeys have a low Glycemic Index*(GI) making it the ultimate sweetener. Active Jarrah Honey contains 100 percent pure honey with no additives just as the bees make it. Pure Active Jarrah Honey is a unique product. The antibacterial activity of the honey is derived via natural enzymes in the honey. While the anti-bacterial and healing effects of honey have been known for thousands of years, Jarrah honey has become popular for its medicinal properties, low glucose levels and because it is highly antimicrobial. In other words… it’s a natural healing honey.
Jarrah honey is in short supply because of diminishing forest reserves, unpredictable climate and wildfires. Jarrah honey will continue to become more limited as its unique qualities are recognised by discerning customers…. read more
Mānuka honey is a monofloral honey produced in New Zealand and Australia from the nectar of the mānuka tree. It has in vitro antibacterial properties.
Manuka honey is a form of monofloral honey which is produced by bees which feed on the flowers of the mānuka plant, better known as the tea tree in some regions of the world. A similar honey is made in Australia with bees which feed on the jelly bush. According to studies which have been conducted on mānuka honey, this honey has a few interesting properties.
The tea tree is known to be antibacterial and antifungal, and it is has been used for decades as a source of things like mouth washes and disinfectants. Manuka honey harnesses the properties of the tea tree, combining them with the already naturally antibacterial properties of honey. In addition to tasting good, mānuka honey can also be used in wound dressing to prevent infection or fungal colonization, and some people believe that consuming it is also beneficial.
The colour of mānuka honey is quite dark, and the honey is very rich with an intense flavour which is reminiscent of the flavour of other tea-tree derived products. It can be used just like regular honey as a sweetener, and is a very popular table honey in New Zealand, the home of the tea tree. It is also possible to create honey products from mānuka honey, such as whipped honey and honey salves and creams… read more
Both types Pure & Active honeys under this iAUNZ brands offers (+10/+15/+20):
Both Pure & Active Honey Can Be Used Internally For:
* Acid Reflux * Diarrhoea * Gastritis * Heartburn
* Peptic Ulcer * Upset Stomach * Ulcerative Colitis
* Duodenal Ulcers * Oesophagus Ulcers
* Digestive Problems * Helps Irritable Bowel Syndrome
* Protects Gastrointestinal System
Both Pure & Active Honey Can Be Used Externally For:
* Acne * Skin Ulcer * Athletes Foot * Dental Health
* Open Wounds * Eye Infections * Diabetic Wound
* Arthritic Inflammation * Insect bites and stings
* Cracked Skin Conditions * Minor Cuts, Scratches, abrasions
* Foot/Leg Ulcer (including Diabetic)
* Amputation Stump Wound (Diabetic)
* Burns (First, Second, and Third Degree)
* Foot and leg sores (including Diabetic & open leg sores)
iAUNZ also offers a range of honey products, royal jelly, bee pollen, honey drops, honey lollipops, honey hand creams etc…