Manuka Honey

Mānuka honey is produced by European honey bees foraging on the mānuka or tea tree which grows uncultivated throughout New Zealand and southeastern Australia. Mānuka honey is markedly viscous. This property is due to the presence of a protein or colloid and is its main visually defining character, along with its typical dark cream to dark brown colour. Mānuka honey for

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Kanuka belongs to the same family of Manuka, both growing in the scrub forest of New Zealand.  The Kanuka plants also produce honey carrying strong properties of anti-bacteria and inflammation-curing. According to lab results, Kanuka honey possesses a chemical which can stimulate human immune system to release cells carrying repairing proteins or identifying infected cells. 

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Kawakawa are special plants grow only in New Zealand soil. Its leaves have been used by the native Māori for hundred of years. It is known to be an incredibly healing plant used for generations for its ability to calm dry, itchy and inflamed skin.