Australian Manuka Honey NPA 28+ (MGO 1443+)
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Manuka Honey in the liquid form.
Australian Manuka Honey NPA 28+ (a non-peroxide activity which is the same as UMF) has been tested for methylglyoxal content (known as MGO), which is responsible for the unique antibacterial activity of manuka honey. The result shows a level of MGO1443+ mg/kg.
Superior levels of activity for WOUND & ORAL CARE
- Soothe sore throats
- Apply to wound dressings for minor wounds and scratches
- A teaspoon a day for improved digestion
- Ease symptoms of fungal or bacterial infections
- Mix with lemon, garlic, ginger, and water to fight colds
- Highest Potency Active Honey in a Jar
Australian Manuka NPA 28+ is pure Australian Jellybush Honey. Tested at independent laboratories and guaranteed to be at least 28+ NPA this higher rated honey is rich in flavor and one of our finest. High in minerals, antioxidants, and bioflavonoids, this potent antibacterial honey will help to enhance and protect your body’s own defenses. This active honey is an equivalent to 1443+MGO rating popular in Europe.
Most people, familiar with Manuka honey, think it comes only from New Zealand.This is completely inaccurate.
This impression is due mainly to the very strong marketing effort by the honey experts in New Zealand. They have done a great job in educating consumers about Manuka honey and its health benefits and we respect their effort and we send them our thanks.
The plant that the bees use to make Manuka honey grows in Australia as well as New Zealand and on this page, we will present information that will confirm this assertion. The Australian Government has made a number of studies. Here is some of the text of one important study.
Leptospermum scoparium (Manuka or Tea tree or just Leptospermum) is a shrub or small tree native to New Zealand and southeast Australia. It is found throughout New Zealand but is particularly common on the drier east coasts of the North Island and the South Island, and in Australia in Tasmania, Victoria, and New South Wales. Manuka (from Maori ‘manuka’) is the name used in New Zealand, and ‘tea tree’ is a common name in Australia and to a lesser extent also in New Zealand. This name arose because Captain Cook used the leaves to make a ‘tea’ drink. The common name “Tea Tree” is also shared with the related Melaleuca tree of Australia suggesting that both were used to make tea by Captain Cook.
Manuka honey, produced when honeybees gather the nectar from its flowers, is distinctively flavored, darker and richer in taste than clover honey and has antibacterial and antifungal properties. The finest quality Manuka honey with the most potent antimicrobial properties is produced from hives placed in wild, uncultivated areas with abundant growth of Manuka bushes.