What are the main differences amongst these two?

Raw honey in its natural state (not filtered, strained or heated) never reaches the same finishing level as Manuka honey. It doesn’t go through fermentation or any other kind of processing, since it is extracted and put into containers.

Compared to regular honey, Manuka honey looks darker and thicker, being more difficult to spread. It is distinguished from others, due to its medicinal and antibacterial properties, making it one of the healthiest types of honey available on the market. 

Where does Manuka Honey come from?

Manuka honey is a type of honey native to New Zealand, produced by the Apis mellifera honey bees, using native Manuka plants producing a specific floral-variety named as Leptospermum scoparium bush (known as a tea tree).

Why is Manuka Honey better for improving your health?
  • Improves wound-healing
    • Manuka honey improves the healing process and decreases pain, when applied directly to a wound. Ameliorate tissue regeneration, diabetic ulcers, eyelid wounds, and superficial partial thickness burns.
  • Works as an infection’s resistant antibiotic 
    • Manuka honey has been shown to be able to inhibit around 60 species of bacteria, including some that have become resistant to antibiotics.
  • Soothes a sore throat
    • The mix of lemon and honey works as first-line treatment to reduce the symptoms of a short-term cough. 
  • Offer antiviral properties
    • Some studies have found that Manuka honey might inhibit influenza viruses.
  • Boost gut health
    • It acts as a prebiotic, because the bacteria in our guts can digest this type of carbs- called oligosaccharides, which works as fuel helping levels of ‘good’ bacteria into our digestive system. 

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