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When we’re feeling under the weather or have a scratchy throat, a spoonful of honey swirled in herbal tea is satisfying. Honey has been used for its medicinal properties for centuries. It’s now known that honey contains flavonoids and polyphenols that support our immune system through antioxidant activity. However, not all honey is created equal.
Manuka Honey: The Gold Standard
Manuka honey is sourced from the nectar of wild Manuka flowers in New Zealand. The bees that produce this honey feed exclusively on the Manuka flower, resulting in a honey with unique properties. Manuka honey contains natural compounds that support our body’s natural healing processes. It is known for its antimicrobial qualities.
The Grading System: UMF and MGO
Manuka honey comes in different grades, with the Unique Manuka Factor (UMF) providing an indication of phenol concentration. The New Zealand government backs UMF for the verification of quality and potency. The higher the UMF, the higher the phenolic and MGO content, which encourages the body’s natural healing process.
Benefits for the Immune System
Raw Manuka honey with a high UMF not only supports a healthy immune system through antioxidant activity but also provides antimicrobial properties. The premium and pure quality of Comvita Manuka honey ensures that it delivers the highest strength of Manuka compounds, making it an excellent addition to an immunity routine.
Comvita Manuka Honey: Quality and Efficacy
Comvita Manuka honey products exceed the stringent certifications for quality and efficacy. They are made with premium, pure, and sustainably sourced ingredients. Since 1974, Comvita has been dedicated to providing high-quality honey products.
Whether you’re feeling a little off or want to boost your immune system, Comvita Manuka honey is a great choice. It supports a healthy immune system, provides antioxidant and antimicrobial properties, and meets the highest standards of quality and efficacy. Add it to your daily routine and experience the benefits for yourself.
Author: Devon Barrow