Berringa’s range of 100% Australian Manuka Honey is one of life’s great ‘finds’!All Berringa Manuka Honey contains natural enzymes and antioxidants; but Berringa is also available in a range of antibacterial strengths; as measured by MGO (methylglyoxal). So there’s a Berringa Manuka Honey for a range of health and wellbeing needs.FROM AUSTRALIA’S EASTERN SEABOARD COASTAL FRINGEThe wild and often harsh environmental conditions on Australia’s eastern seaboard coastal fringe are ideal for producing higher potency Manuka MGO levels. Scientists believe this is governed by the latitude; which favours the heat and humidity of Australia’s environment.Berringa Australian Manuka Honey is free from most allergens; including nuts and seeds; lactose; gluten; and doesn’t contain artificial colours or preservatives. It’s suitable for Vegetarians; coeliacs; and those who are lactose intolerant.
Berringa Australian Manuka Honey is some of the highest quality and most antibacterial honey in the world. Some of the great health benefits of this honey include:A prebiotic effect that may help to maintain a healthy digestive system and may assist in promoting beneficial bacteria.May stimulate and boost the immune system and may reduce inflammation.Antioxidants that may assist in protecting the body from harmful free radicals.May provide relief for coughs; colds and sore throats; mild upper respiratory infections and indigestion.May provide symptomatic relief of minor wounds; burns; eczema; psoriasis on the skin and cold sores.May assist in managing symptoms of gingivitis; including reducing plaque levels and bleeding.May assist in managing eye and ear infections.May assist in managing antibiotic-resistant Golden Staph infections.
Avoid honey if you are allergic to bees or allergic to the pollen from which the honey is made.Honey consumption is not recommended for people following the FODMAP diet. Topical use may be suitable; but please conduct a skin patch test initially.Honey can increase blood sugar levels; so diabetics should be aware if consuming honey.There’s a risk that honey can interfere with some drugs or therapies; including some chemotherapy drugs.Honey is safe for pregnant women; but avoid medicinal amounts or topical use.Raw honey is not recommended for consumption in children under 12 months of age because there is a risk of botulism poisoning.